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In another day tough day of weather conditions on the field, the Broncos beat the Boston Pizza Knights 13-1 in action from the Corner Brook Coors Light Touch Football League at Wellington Street Sports Complex.
Ryan Barry threw for a touchdown to Ryan Park and a one-point convert to Cory Jones.
Chris Dobbin ran the second touchdown in for the Broncos.
Josh Inniss led the defense for the Broncos, ringing up five sacks.
For the Knights it was Adam Mhlaba with a one-point rouge for their lone score.
Noah LaCour-Thistle had an interception and Ayo Owolabi added three sacks on defense for the Knights.
In the second game, the Atlantic Industrial Projects Gophers blanked the Whelan's Gate Gators 20-0.
Steve Hynes threw three touchdown passes, with two going to Alex Forward and one to Eric Rideout.
Greg Myrden and Matt Hancock added the one-point converts.
On defense it was Anderson Traverse and Hancock with a sack each for the Gophers.
The Gators’ offence couldn’t get anything going, despite their defense picking off the Gophers three times.
In the final game of the day, it was a showdown between league leaders, as Marine Lounge came out on top over Winmar Raiders 27-6.
The first half saw the Raiders take an early lead on a touchdown pass from Ryan Hancock to Mike Macphee and a single-point rouge from Pat Fewer. Marine got a late touchdown from Harry Patterson to Adam Anderson.
The second half was all Marine with Patterson throwing three more touchdowns to Jeff Griffin, Steve Perry and Rob Wheeler.
Griffin added a single-point convert and Patterson had a single-point rouge to round out the scoring.
Evan Brake was a force on defense for Marine with six sacks.
The playoffs begin Nov. 17, with the Knights playing the Gophers and the Pirates taking on the Broncos, with the winners advancing on to play the Marine Lounge and Winmar Raiders, respectively, on Nov 18.
The final will be under the lights at Wellington at 6 p.m. on Nov. 24.