Langley Rams' Evan Foster (photo left, #90) and Anthony Daley (photo right, #50) were both named Canadian Junior Football League all-stars.

Daley, Foster earn all-Canadian status

Langley Rams place two on Canadian Junior Football League all-star team

Two members of the Langley Rams have earned all-Canadian awards.

Anthony Daley, who plays on the offensive line, and Evan Foster, who is on the defensive line, were both named all-stars by the Canadian Junior Football League.

Each was recognized for a second straight year.

Daley, a 20-year-old from Winnipeg, has spent time all season practising with the CFL’s B.C. Lions as one of their territorial players.

He still has two years of junior eligibility remaining.

Foster, a 22-year-old from Chilliwack, was in his final season of junior football.

And the defensive tackle made it a season to remember, setting a new CJFL record with 16 quarterback sacks. The previous Canadian record was 15 while the B.C. Football Conference record was 12.5.

Foster also had 15 tackles, two fumble recoveries, one interception and one touchdown. And he was named the BCFC defensive player of the year and is a nominee for the CJFL defensive player of the year.

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