Raiders football camp goes May 11-12

Pro players will be in town to provide instruction for players ages 12 to 17

Football players from ages 12 to 17 can learn skills from the pros at the 2013 Spring Tackle Football Camp, hosted by Comox Valley Raiders Football, May 11 and 12 at Lewis Park in Courtenay.

CFL players offering their expertise include Eric Taylor, JR Larose and Tim Cronk of the BC Lions, Marc Beswick of the Hamilton Tiger Cats, two-time Grey Cup winner Will Loftus of the Montreal Alouettes/Edmonton Eskimos, and Justin Sorensen and Ryan Lucas of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Cam Clark, a quarterback at the University of Manitoba, will also attend.

The camp is being run by Game Ready Fitness and Training. Sessions are from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.

Registration is $100. Call 250-338-5371 or drop by the Lewis Centre. Limited registration is available on Saturday, May 11 starting at 8 a.m. Pre-confirmation via e-mail prior to May 8 is required.

 

– Comox Valley Raiders Football

 

 

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