Here are the Terrace Northmen at this year’s Rugby 7’s tournament over Riverboat Days.

Northmen celebrated, gear up for Gobbler

The Terrace Northmen Rugby Club hosted its annual awards night two weekends ago and is getting set for their final tournament of the year

The Terrace Northmen Rugby Club’s season is drawing to a close, with the team hosting its annual awards night two weekends ago and getting set for their final tournament of the year Thanksgiving weekend.

At the awards night, and as voted by their teammates, Most Valuable Player went to Jamie Mckinstrie, Most Valuable Back to Tyson Stoochnoff, and Most Valuable Forward to Adam Linteris.

Team dedication award went to Ben Soucie, while Rookie of the Year awards went to back John Warcup and forward Josh Dodds.

And Most Improved Player went to Mark Scollon.

It’s now crunch time heading into the final tournament of the year, the Gobbler tournament in Abbotsford over Thanksgiving weekend.

“The tournament is mostly made up of Div. 2 and 3 teams from the Lower Mainland competing so we are planning on making the drive down and seeing how we do. It should be a lot of fun,” said Northmen Evan van Dyk.

 

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