Denman soccer tourney registration ongoing

In its first eight years, the tournament has raised in excess of $30,000.

The Denman Island Showdown is a family-oriented soccer tournament used to promote the sport on Denman raise funds for the continued maintenance of the community soccer pitch.

In its first eight years, the tournament has raised in excess of $30,000.

The ninth annual Denman Island Showdown runs July 23-25, with four divisions of play:

– Family Division

– 35 + Co-ed Division

– 16 + C0-ed Division

– Tweeners (between the family and 16+)

The fee is $300 per team for a guaranteed three-game minimum.

Entry fee gets each team 10 t-shirts. Additional t-shirts may be purchased for $15/item.

Camping is available at a cost of $100 per team (please let us know in advance if you require access to the campground).

Payment is required July 15th, 2015.

Go to bit.ly/1MbJd3z to register, or email sheldano@telus.net for more information.

 

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