L to R: Wayne, John, Kat, Jean, Oral, Shar, Jolene, Bernie, Joe.
The North Surrey Minor Football Annual General Meeting was held Monday, January 15th where our new executive was elected in a lively vote. We are very excited to see a few new faces on the board…welcome to Kat Houseman, Shar Jaggard and Jolene Lorteau. Despite our setbacks in 2017, 2018 is off to a great start and promises to be a fantastic year.
Thank you to the 2017 executive for their countless hours of service to NSMF and our football and cheer families.
Congratulations to the newly elected 2018 NSMF Executive:
The 2018 Coaching Application is now available.
For football, cheer and all team staff positions online or PDF form
It is time for NS to start putting together coaching staffs for all teams, spring and fall, in all divisions. Any coaches looking for positions on our NS teams must submit an application. Continue reading
Check out this great opportunity for the often overlooked offensive and defensive lineman from Gameready Fitness.
Canada Regional Training
NFA Quarterback Coach JC Boice is teaming up with Travis Lulay and Rob Williams to deliver a series of incredible QB development sessions in Vancouver January through May.
The first session is next Thursday, January 11 and is only for QBs only but future sessions are for Receivers as well. Only a few spots left next Thursday.
2017 BC ABC Tryouts for Players in Grades 11 & 12 This Fall
The ABC Border Bowl games are Alberta versus BC exposure games. ABC has been in BC since 2013. Owned and operated by Ron Dias All Canada Gridiron. Players regardless if trying out or not are welcome to utilize the ALL CANADA Website to post footage for university and junior coaches to review free online. This is a private company, BC staff are all volunteers from community football across the province.
The 2018 games will be in BC this year. Players who are currently in Grades 6 to 11 can tryout.
The Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (FPC) is a series of elite showcase games that feature the best tackle football players from across Canada aged 12–19 years. Tournaments are played in Central Canada (ON) and the West Coast (BC).
Our 2018 NS AGM will be held at 7:00 pm on Monday, January 15th.
This meeting will be held in the Common Room at Joe Connelly’s complex at 16080 82nd Avenue (Ponderosa Estates), Surrey.
Please park on the street and walk in.
We will hold the January meeting first, followed by the nomination and voting of the 2018 executive.
Monday, December 4, 2017
Fleetwood Christian Reformed Church
9165 – 160 Street, Surrey
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Ceremony starts at 6:00 pm
Flag – Atom (including Cheer)
6:00 pm – 6:40 pm (approximately)
Be in your seats by 5:50 pm
PLAYOFF Information for Dec. 3rd
BCCFA 12 Man Provincial Championship
Chilliwack 40 – NS Tigers 7
North Langley 13 – NS Bears 7
Futbol 5, New Westminster
- Dallas, Texas – U18 Team BC Update
- January 17th – U18 Team BC game vs U18 Team USA
- January 19th – Additional U18 Game Scheduled
The BCPFA is pleased to announce another game has been added
between U18 Team BC vs U18 Team USA! This match will open for the
U19 Team Canada vs U19 Team USA game. Continue reading
As you have probably found out by now if you’ve been to Bear Creek Park recently, there was a fire at North Surrey’s Clubhouse in the early hours on Sunday, Nov. 19th. This fire was the second fire in 6 weeks and caused a considerable amount of damage.
While insurance will cover most of the repairs, there are many extra expenses that come with being relocated temporarily (packing, moving, storage, rentals etc.). We are looking to cover these cost with your help to avoid using our football funds normally reserved for gear, uniforms etc.
Our NSMF 2018 Cheer Queen and Princess were crowned November 17th. Congratulations to all 3 contestants Desirae Turner, Aja Cole and Victoria Deacon. All the girls did a fantastic job and the judges had a hard time with their selections.
Congratulations to the NSMF 2018 Princess Desirae and the NSMF 2018 Queen Victoria 👑.
Our NS Flag Tigers journeyed to Ottawa this past weekend to compete in the CFL/NFL Flag Nationals. They played great all day and went 3-1 in round robin play, losing only their last game to the undefeated Montreal representatives. That performance placed them in 4th going into the finals round.