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New adult flag football league launches with Lower Mainland tournament

Regular season is ‘just around the corner’: WRSS Titans Minor Football president Drew Kightley
A new B.C. Adult Flag Football League had been successfully launched following a tournament featuring players from all over the Lower Mainland, including South Surrey and White Rock, on Feb. 10 in Langley. (Contributed photo)

A new British Columbia Adult Flag Football League has been successfully launched, starting with a tournament Feb. 10 in Langley with 12 teams and more than 120 players from across the Lower Mainland.

“This year, along with the youth program for flag football, we will see mens 5v5, womens 5v5 and coed 7v7 teams battling it out each weekend,” shared Drew Kightley, White Rock South Surrey Titans Minor Football president in an email.

The launch tournament showcased the athleticism and camaraderie of the participants, and as the teams battled it out, spectators were treated to some extraordinary football action, with “dazzling plays and nail-biting finishes keeping everyone on the edge of their seats,” Kightley said, noting the Greater Vancouver Food Truck Festival and a live music DJ added to the event’s festivities.

“If you missed out on the exhilarating tournament action, fear not! The regular season is just around the corner, offering enthusiasts the chance to experience the thrill of flag football firsthand,” Kightley said in his email.

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“Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the game, the regular season promises exciting matchups, fun-filled weekends, and a vibrant community of fellow football enthusiasts. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the action – register now and join us for a season of unforgettable moments!”

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Tricia Weel

About the Author: Tricia Weel

I’m a lifelong writer, and worked as a journalist in community newspapers for more than a decade, from White Rock to Parksville and Qualicum Beach, to Abbotsford and Surrey, from 2001-2012
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