Masters men’s basketball tips off Sunday

Players over 35 invited to come out to 19 Wing Comox sports centre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you over 35 years of age? Looking for something to do on Sundays this winter? Do you want to meet real gold medal champions?

Comox Valley Masters Basketball is starting up for another winter of competitive basketball on Sunday, Oct. 20  at 11:15 a.m. at the 19 Wing Comox sports centre.

Come on out and help us congratulate Larry, Tony, Hugh and Grant on their gold medal finish at the World Masters Games this past summer in Italy.

Zac “Crazy Leggings” Whyte will be joining us again this year to educate on the practicality of leggings and as always Grant Ashley will amaze with his ability to determine ball characteristics with one bounce.

For more information e-mail cvmbball@shaw.ca.

– Comox Valley Masters Basketball

 

 

 

 

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