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The poor weather conditions were probably only the second-worst thing about Sunday for the Boston Pizza Knights.
Harry Patterson threw four touchdowns for Marine Lounge as they blasted the Knights 30-0 in Corner Brook Coors Light Touch Football League play at Wellington Street Sports Complex.
Paul Prosper came down with two touchdown grabs, with Jeff Griffin and Steve Perry securing the others.
Perry also threw a touchdown pass to Rob Park.
Griffin added two sacks on defense for the Mariners.
In a tough game for the Knights, the bright spots were two sacks by Mark Randell and one by Brady Taylor.
As conditions worsened into the second game, it was a 6-6 tie between the Winmar Raiders and the Broncos.
The Raiders scored first on a touchdown pass from Ryan Hancock to Mike Macphee.
The Broncos managed a late tie when Ryan Barry connected with Mark Hillier for a score.
Neither team was able to do much offensively with the conditions and defense combining to slow the offense down.
Pat Fewer had an interception for the Raiders, with Ben Maynard adding a sack.
Josh Inniss recorded two sacks for the Broncos.
In the final game of the day, as conditions grew even worse, the Pirates beat the Whelan Gate's Gators 12-1.
The Pirates were lead by Greg Whelan with two touchdown passes, both to Jeff Hull.
On defense it was Birender Wadwa with four sacks and Brett Holfield with two interceptions.
The lone score for the Gators was a one-point rouge by Justin Dunne.