Island Wildcats to host July camp as fundraiser
VICTORIA, B.C. – In 2012, the first-ever island women’s premier team was created to travel and compete in the Vancouver Premier League. The Island Wildcats, sponsored by Kirby’s Source for Sports, features several high performance, former national and former university level players. With the cost of travel to and from the mainland, as well as training and turf expenses, the team will be hosting a camp for the island’s youth. The camp will be lead by Wildcats founder and former national team member Ali Lee, while several of the Wildcats will be on the coaching staff. Guest high performance and varsity men’s coaches will also be present.
The aim of the camp is to provide additional developmental skill sessions as well as opportunities to play mini games and half field games in a mini-tournament setting.
Girls & Boys (age 11-14); 5:45-7:00 pm @ UVic Field #1
Mondays & Thursdays: July 8, 11, 18, 22, 25, 29
All sessions are outdoors and players will be appropriately split up by age and skill level. Every session will include half field and/or mini games. Players are expected to provide their own stick, shin guards and mouth guard for each session.
• 7.5 hrs of field hockey specific knowledge, footwork & games
• Led by the island’s top premier women’s team and guest elite coaches from the men’s league and varsity programs
• Official Wildcats Junior Cats Camp t-shirt
$80 Per participant (please pay by cash or cheque at first session)
ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.VILFHA.ca
FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT:
Founder & Captain, Wildcats Premier Field Hockey
Head Coach, Island and BC Train to Train Programs
Canadian National Team Member (2004-11)
250-686-5000 | firstname.lastname@example.org