Sign up for fall football

Raider Nation is offering programs for many age levels

 

 

 

Summer is here, which means it’s time to register for fall football.

Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football registration is underway at the CRA Lewis Centre in Courtenay, and they welcome a variety of age levels to join them for their upcoming season.

The PeeWee program for ages 9-11 costs $150; the Junior Bantam program for ages 12-13 costs $200. the Bantam programs for ages 14-15 costs $300 while the Midget program for ages 16-18 costs $350. Gear rental is included.

For more information on Raiders’ programs, call Chris at 250-338-3815 or e-mail comoxvalleyraiders@gmail.com.

Also check out summer recreation guides for info on Fundamental Football, a fun, non-tackle flag program for those ages 6-9.

More info on Raider Nation is available at www.comoxvalleyraiders.com and on Facebook.

 

– Comox Valley Raiders Youth Football

 

 

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