With the Atom Greens and Junior Bantams enjoying a bye week, here is how the other South Delta Rams teams fared in Vancouver Mainland Football League action last weekend.
U8 Green travelled to Langley and played a Friday Night game under the lights at McLeod Stadium.
The Rams came out flying, scoring on their first play of the game with a touchdown run by Matteo Vuk his first of two on the night.
Both Mary Gillan and Mason Davis had great games at QB leading the offence to 24 points.
Riley Kringhaug was a force on the defensive side of the ball, spending most of the game in the Langley Bandits backfield.
Fraser Hewitt and Phoenix Williams both had strong games helping the Rams win 24-6.
U8 Gold played the Royal City Hyacks at Mercer Stadium in New Westminster.
The Gold team entered the game shorthanded with only four players. With the rain pouring down, the offence was led by Ryan Chatha and Westen Jaeger scoring a combined four TDs.
On the defensive side, Reign Williams and Jason Treftlin slowed down the the Hyacks offence and kept them in check.
It was a great victory for the U8 Gold team who showed heart and determination.
The Atom Gold Rams lost a tough, hard-fought game against the Royal City Hyacks at Mercer Stadium.
The weather was a major issue in the game, causing both teams to struggle on offence.
Brady Robertson and Sebastian Lo kept the Hyacks offence at bay with some excellent work on the defensive line.
The Golds came up just short and will look forward in their match against the Rams Atom Green team later this week at Dennison Park.
Pee Wee Rams
The Pee Wee Rams dropped a hard-fought 25-6 decision to Vancouver West Warriors at Carnarvon Park.
It was their third straight loss, however, significant improvement was made by the offence.
The Rams had multiple first downs and produced their first touchdown of the season with TE Bowen Robertson scoring on a reverse running play executed by QB Raemon Dosanjh and WR Nickolas Pavlikis.
The Rams defence was also solid despite the score and were led by game standouts Alec Hatcher and Quinn Kirincic.
The team will have a chance at redemption when they face the Warriors for a rematch this Sunday at Dennison Park.