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It takes two to tangle with Brad Skene of the Over Team during the annual Over-Under rugby game at the Cowichan Rugby Club New Year’s Day. Skene wraps up both ball-carrier Andrew Wright as well as Antonio Corbin of the Under Team. - Andrew Leong
It takes two to tangle with Brad Skene of the Over Team during the annual Over-Under rugby game at the Cowichan Rugby Club New Year’s Day. Skene wraps up both ball-carrier Andrew Wright as well as Antonio Corbin of the Under Team.
— image credit: Andrew Leong

It's a New Year's tradition.

The Cowichan Rugby Club hosts an Over-Under rugby game every year on New Year's Day.

The Overs, of course, are the old guys and the Unders the young guys, but it's always a competitive battle.

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