BC Bulldogs opens season at Bayside

Adam “Tornado” Timler will be on hand for the BC Bulldogs first rep game of the 2013 season this Saturday

Bayside Sharks and Canada Wolverine star Adam “Tornado” Timler will be on hand for the BC Bulldogs first rep game of the 2013 season this Saturday at the South Surrey Athletic Park.

The Peninsula rugby player, who burst onto the international stage this season, facing off against the USA Tomahawks, will be playing and signing autographs.

The Bulldogs will be playing against the Western USA, with the game kicking off at 5 p.m. at the South Surrey park, 14600 20 Ave.

There will be rugby throughout the day, as well as refreshments and a chance to win a signed Canada Wolverines jersey.

More local Bayside rugby players will be spotted as part of the BC Junior Rugby League game, which will begin prior to the main event.

 

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