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Bandits rally to tie Raiders

The Langley Bandits recovered from a slow start to rally and tie the Richmond Raiders 11-11 in flag football action on Sunday.

Vaughn Pinchin scored his second touchdown of the game with two minutes remaining. On the play, he was helped by a great block from Kaycen Horan, who also scored a touchdown of his own, as well as a convert.

The Bandits defence came to life in the second half, holding the Raiders to a single touchdown and consistently giving the Langley offence good field position.

Richmond entered the game undefeated.

The Bandits improved to 4-1-1.

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