BC aboriginal lacrosse development goes Aug. 13-14 in Kamloops

Deadline to indicate interest is Monday, July 18 at 4 p.m. PST

The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council (Partners Council) of BC has announced the 2016 BC Aboriginal Provincial Lacrosse Development Camp will be hosted by the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc, Aug. 13-14 at Valleyview Arena in Kamloops.

Held in partnership with BC Lacrosse and the Province of BC, this Provincial Lacrosse Development Camp is serving as the Team BC athlete selection event for the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Toronto from July 16-23.

The female lacrosse (box) category is newly added to the 2017 NAIG. Team BC plans to enter a female team and is seeking athletes who play either field or box to try out.

For online application, visit: https://aboriginalsportbc.wufoo.eu/forms/athlete-expression-of-interest-team-bc-lacrosse/. Deadline to indicate interest is Monday, July 18 at 4 p.m. (PST).

BC aboriginal youth male and female lacrosse players are invited to this provincial camp.

To be eligible, athletes (U16 born 2001 and later – male only; U19 born 1988 and later – male and female) must be a resident of B.C. Open to First Nations, aboriginal, Metis and Inuit athletes.

Proof of ancestry is required (declaration of ancestry option available). For safety reasons, Team BC is seeking youth born no later than 2003.

For online registration ($25) visit: https://aboriginalsportbc.wufoo.eu/forms/provincial-lacrosse-camp/

 

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