The gay jocks of local rugby squad Atlanta Bucks have played on the road so far this year. That made the chance to compete in front of local supporters during their homecoming match on Saturday oh-so sweet.
Bucks members past and present came out to Boulevard Crossing Park to watch the rucking, mauling and scrumming on the pitch against the Fort Benning Cruise-A-Matics. The competition was followed by a Third Half social with beer and food for players and supporters.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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