Comox Valley Masters Men’s Basketball season set to start

Pick-up basketball for men aged 35 and over

Looking for a way to become fit, re-live past hardcourt glory, experience excellent comradery, and, inspire the use of Grecian Formula again? Then, Comox Valley Masters Men’s Basketball drop-in is for you.

Comox Valley Masters Men’s Basketball returns for another season of drop-in basketball starting Sunday, Oct. 20, 11:15 a.m.- 12 45 p.m. and running each Sunday through to April 26, 2020 at 19 Wing Comox gym.

The group is for men aged 35 years and up, with a few amazing specimens in their 70s still playing! Cost is $120 for the year and format each week is pick-up games either full-court or on two courts pending turnout numbers.

New players are always very much welcome as subs are considered precious and essential. Dust off the old sneakers and come out Oct. 20th at 11:15 at CFB Comox gym. For further information contact James at

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