Over 20 players are focussed on getting ready for the spring football season in Sooke. Practices start in March.

Sooke Sea Hawks getting ready for a new football season

About 20 players are already signed up, as the Sooke Sea Hawks get ready for a new football season.

According to the Greater Victoria Minor Footbal (VictoriaFootball.ca) website, registration for the Sooke Sea Hawks happens on Saturday, February 22, from 2-4 p.m., at Sooke elementary school. The registration fee includes all required football equipment except for cleats. “Just bring your enthusiasm (and) excitement(,) and get ready for great season of football,” their website reads.

  • PreAtom: Children born 2004-2006;
  • Atom: Children born 2002-2003;
  • PeeWee: Children born 2000-2001.

Complete registration information is available on their website, at victoriafootball.ca/registration. Grant assistance programs are also listed on that web page.

 

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