Players from Langley Minor Football, and from Langley, got a chance to shine with fellow all-stars over the weekend.
The Valley Community and Vancouver Mainland football leagues held their integrated all-star games at Chilliwackâ€™s Exhibition Park.
The games showcased the best players nominated from teams on Vancouver Island and in the Lower Mainland.
In the 12-man bantam game, the Rough Riders defeated the Tribe 28-13.
The Riders included 12 players from Langley Minor football.
The Riders opened the scoring on a missed field goal for a single point, as they took a 1-0 lead into the second quarter.
Drey Blair, a Langley resident who plays for North Delta Longhorns, scored the gameâ€™s first major, by returning a punt return the length of the field to give Riders an 11-0 lead.
Kicker Triston Yanciw from North Delta added a field goal to make the score 11-0 for the riders.
The Riders second touchdown Victoria receiver Alec McKenzie scored the Ridersâ€™ second touchdown on a 40-yard reception from quarterback Bailey McMillan, also from Victoria.
North Deltaâ€™s Tyson Philpot added a touchdown on a deflected pass reception.
The Tribesâ€™ Michael Calvert, who plays for South Delta, scampered into the end zone to give his team six points as the third quarter ended with the Riders leading 25-6.
In the final quarter, Tribe quarterback Gabe Oliveres connected with fellow Chilliwack Giant Ryan Clayton for a touchdown.
The Rough Riders then added a field goal to close out the scoring.
The offensive line of the Rough Riders dominated throughout, and their managed to contain the Tribeâ€™s offence.
Langleyâ€™s Jacob Smart led the Ridersâ€™ charge by making more tackles than any other player.
FINAL BUZZER: Langley Minor Football registration is this Saturday, May 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at McLeod Athletic Park.
New and returning players are welcome to sign up.