Champs coming for football camp

Players from the Canadian junior champion Nanaimo Raiders are coming to Campbell River for a football camp.

The Campbell River Fighting Eagles host the annual spring football camp on May 28-29, at Sportsplex in Willow Point, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Players from the Canadian junior champion Nanaimo Raiders are coming to Campbell River for a football camp.

The Campbell River Fighting Eagles host the annual spring football camp on May 28-29, at Sportsplex in Willow Point, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

New and experienced players ages 8-18 are invited to come out to learn more about tackling, running, passing and other skills of the game. The camp is open to both boys and girls.

The cost for the camp is $50 and $25 will be deducted from from registration fees for the football season in the fall.

You can register and players will be suited up on Thursday, May 26, 5-7 p.m., at Willow Mini Storage, 1840 Willow St.

For more information, call Moira at 250-204-4565 or e-mail campbellriverfightingeagles@gmail.com

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