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British Columbia Rugby League Competition

British Columbia Rugby League
Current season or competition:
2013 British Columbia Rugby League season
Sport Rugby league football
Instituted 2011
Inaugural season 2012
Number of teams 6
Country  British Columbia,  Canada
Premiers Surrey Beavers (2012)
Most titles Surrey Beavers (1 title)
Website http://www.bcrl.ca

The British Columbia Rugby League Competition (or the BCRL or BC Rugby League) is a domestic rugby league football competition in British Columbia, Canada. It currently features six teams. The first season had the Surrey Beavers winning the title in 2012.

Teams

Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Bayside Sharks (2012) South Surrey Athletic Park, Surrey 2,000 White Rock, British Columbia
Burnaby Lake Rugby Club (2012) Burnaby Lake Sport Complex, Burnaby 2,482 Burnaby, British Columbia
Kelowna Crows (2012) The Mission Fields M72, Kelowna 652 Kelowna, British Columbia
Richmond Bears (2013) Richmond 700 Richmond, British Columbia
Sea To Sky Eagles RLFC (2012)
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