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.
Saturday, February 3, 2017
Hello All –
It is me again! ABC Border Bowl Tryouts are around the corner. If you feel that this something your membership may be interested please share. ABC is a PRIVATE company. Please note that our games are run privately with VOLUNTEER staff that are heavily involved in community football.
Tryouts are $50 – walk up registration is accepted. Cash Only. No gear and no contact.
For those who know they will be attending a tryout or have questions please feel free to RSVP to:
- Grade 6 and 7: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Grade 8 and 9: email@example.com
- Grade 10 and 11: firstname.lastname@example.org
TRYOUTS ARE OPEN TO COMMUNITY AND HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS.
GAME LINKS FOR MAY 2016
ABC Rising Stars Grades 10/11
ABC Rising Selects Grades 9/10
ABC Future Stars Grades 8/9
ABC Young Stars Grades 6/7
GAME LINK FOR DECEMBER GAME 2015
We have coaches come to our games as far away as Queens, Waterloo, Bishops Universities and Saint Mary’s. Our viewership for each game is 2000 plus online and then it’s uploaded to YouTube and continuously emailed and viewed.
HISTORY OF GAME SCORES
ABC Current Stars Grade 11/12
2014 Alberta Current Stars Win – Score: 27 to 24
2015 BC Current Stars Win – Score 18 to 12
2016 Alberta Current Starts Win: Score 8 to 6
ABC Rising Stars Grades 10/11
2013 BC Rising Stars Win – Score: 30 to 23
2014 Alberta Rising Stars Win – Score: 38 to 2
2015 Alberta Rising Stars Win – Score: 29 to 22
2016 BC Rising Stars Win – Score: 35 to 31
ABC Rising Selects 9/10
2016 BC Rising Selects Win – Score: 28 to 0
ABC Future Stars Grade 8/9
2014 BC Future Stars Win – Score: 56 to 1
2015 BC Future Stars Win – Score: 61 to 35
2016 BC Future Stars Win – Score: 32 to 30
ABC Young Stars Grade 6/7
2015 BC Young Stars Win – Score: 54 to 12
2016 BC Young Stars Win – Score: 46 to 6
For anyone interested in coaching in these games, please contact email@example.com.
OUR FACEBOOK GROUP IS: BC Young Stars, BC Future Stars, BC Rising Stars, BC Current Stars (Updated at all times)
OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: ABC BORDER BOWLS
ABC is not affiliated with any junior team, university, or community team or highschool. We do support all avenues and enjoy the love of the sport. The organizer is Ron Dias and the VOLUNTEER Coordinator of the games and Host is Chel Sanghera and the BC BORDER BOWL GROUP.
Hosted and run by All Canada Gridiron (owner Ron Dias). *Please note this is a PROFIT company* Ron cannot run games across Canada, host camps, build relationships with colleges and universities and scout games across Canada without charging a fee. Car rentals, hotels, and airplane flights to all the different rural and major cities in Canada are costly and the administration of players across Canada is endless. Please see below on some articles about him.
ALL GAMES HAVE A FREE ONLINE GAME DAY SHOW BROADCASTED ON www.vbnsports.com.
Some links to our games!
December 2015 – Current Stars Grades 11/12
May 2016 – Young Stars Grades 6/7
May 2016 – Future Stars Grades 8/9
May 2016 – Rising Selects Grades 9/10
May 2016 – Rising Stars Grades 10/11
Bring gear if you have it (may or may not be used) Please note that for those of you who make the teams you must have or borrow gear from your high school or community team for the insertion camps and game weekend.
Those that make the teams:
GRADES 6/7: BC YOUNG STARS
GRADES 8/9: BC FUTURE STARS
GRADES 10/11: BC RISING STARS
SOME LINKS ABOUT WHO RON DIAS IS:
Brett Romberg mentions Ron Dias and how he first got noticed at his camps. Watch the video.
“Patterson, a Pennsylvania native, played seven seasons in the CFL as a linebacker with Winnipeg and Hamilton and he still uses contacts from his playing days to get a bead on Canadian high school recruits. Many are recommended to him through ex-CFL players or Ron Dias, a high school football scout who searches out Canadian players for the American market. Dias has sent more than 500 players south on athletic scholarships.
“He’s an unsung hero,” Patterson …says. “Ron has probably done more for Canadian high school football players than anybody.”
Patterson has worked at Dias’ camps before, and it’s a reason why Rice seems to attract an inordinate number of Canadian players. In addition to Mitchell, DL Christian Covington (Surrey, B.C.), DL Hosam Shahin (Richmond, B.C.), TD Luke Wilson (Windsor, Ont.) and DB Tolu Akinwumi (Brampton, Ont.) also hail from Canada.”
CFL scouting bureau gives a hoot for Owls' Mitchell