Great to see our Warriors learning the importance of giving back to their community and that’s exactly what happened last night. Warriors alumni Tyler Young (OT) and Stefano Napolitano (All-Star FB) brought along fellow Carleton Ravens buddy Andrew Ellis (WR) to Guest Coach at last night’s Bantam tryout.
Both Tyler and Stefano have been best friends since their Warriors days. Together with Andrew Ellis, the three motivated our young Warriors to challenge themselves, their expectations and their roles as teammates. The Bell Warriors want to thank these three young CIS players for their commitment to our community, sport, club and players. THANK YOU!
4 Gee Gees players and U of Ottawa Gee Gees Coach Chris Shibley were guest coaches tonight for our tykes and mosquitos. The tempo of both practices was clearly affected by the presence of our hometown CIS Gee Gees. Brian Patterson, Bell Warriors Tyke Head Coach, summed up the night as, “a great experience for our young players. It’s great making a connection with players at such a high level. We had a great night.” Half way through the practice, the Gee Gee guest coaches joined our Bantam practice for a spirited final hour of tryouts. 5th year Gee Gee QB Derek Wendel spoke to the group after the practice and stated, “the importance of putting as much effort in the classroom that our Warrior Bantams did on the practice field tonight and you’ll have much to be proud of.”
HUGE THANK YOU to the Gee Gee’s for volunteering their time to support our Warriors. It’ll be a night that our young players will not soon forget. Click HERE to find out more about the U. of Ottawa Summer Football Camp. We very highly recommend it!
HOW GREAT IS THIS!!!!!!!!
The University of Ottawa Gee Gees are coming in car loads to Guest Coach Wednesday May 18th for our Warriors Tyke, Mosquito and Bantam players. All three teams will be practicing at Bell High School from 6:30-8:00 p.m. “We’re big fans of Ottawa U’s Head Coach Jamie Baressi and the Gee Gees football team & program. We’re so lucky to have this elite CIS football program in our backyard. For our young players this will certainly be an exciting night. For our more established veterans, this is a tremendous opportunity to hone their skills and be trained by University level coaches and players. The Warriors embrace the importance of community and giving back. Clearly that’s a value that the Gee Gees believe in as well.” – Paul Stewart, Bell Warriors Bantam Head Coach and President.
Join us Wednesday and please show your appreciation to the Gee Gees for volunteering their time to our Warriors!
The 5th Annual Warrior Day has come and gone and as with previous events, everyone left having had a great time. The annual FREE event returned to the Richmond Fair Grounds this year. Thankfully the weatherman cooperated and we made it through the entire event with only a few drops of rain. “Warrior Day is a fun event that we host annually for free. It’s a chance for young players to get introduced to our great sport and for those that already play, there is some quality training to reinforce good football fundamentals. This year’s event finished with a fun mini-tournament of touch football that was a definite hit. ” stated Tim Sheahan VP of the Warriors.
100% Volunteer based, we rely on selfless support from our volunteers like: (from L to R): Karin Statham, Carmen Schwartz, Veronica Papalia, Diane Forsyth and Amanda O’Brien
Coach Tim Sheahan oversees a RB drill. 1st year Pee Wee QB Dylan Stengel is taking the snaps.
Bantam LB Coach Pat Kilmartin is doing what he does best…..mentoring young football players. Coaches like Coach Pat understand the value in teaching our youth how to learn to do by doing. Atta boy Pat!
Bantam DC Joe Papalia get ready to engage Bantam LB Coach Pat Kilmartin. Bantam standout Andrew Fullerton is always 1st in line…..even at Warrior Day. Gotta love players that understand the importance of leading by example.
Some of our group learning the importance of ‘TEAM’ at our 5th Annual Warrior Day. Bantam Head Coach & Warrior President Paul Stewart addresses some of the attendees. There is so much more to the sport of football than X’s and O’s and winning and losing. The lessons learned playing football will serve our many Warrior players off the field as well long after their playing days are over.
One of our Ultimate Warrior fans Ann Sheahan greets Warrior alumni Quinn Stewart who came out to Warrior Day to volunteer his time to our young players. Our motto is “Warriors4Life” and Quinn is one Warrior alumni that takes it to heart. THANKS QUINN!
Thanks to all that came out to enjoy a great day of fun and football. See you again next year at the 6th Annual Warrior Day!
ABSOLUTELY FREE! The Bell Warriors Football Club have the Richmond Fair Grounds booked for their 5th Annual Warrior Day Football Clinic, Competition and Registration. The big day of football will be held Saturday, May 14 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. This is an event that’s always a lot of fun. It’s a great introduction to football for new players and families. You can also win lots of prizes.
Families can also register for our the upcoming tackle football season. It’s the most affordable sport in town and a tonne of fun. It is also a fantastic sport to reinforce the value of hard work, respect, responsibility, selflessness, teamwork, sportsmanship and commitment. No equipment required. Wear a t-shirt, shorts and bring cleats if you have them. The Bell Warriors Football Club has been offering football programs for 61 years this year! Over 5,000 volunteer hours are given yearly by the Warriors dedicated volunteers. It is a commitment that the Warriors are very proud of.
The Bell Warriors Football Club offers football for youth ages 8-19 for the communities of Stittsville, Munster, Richmond, Bells Corners, Britannia and Bayshore. Don’t miss out! Email email@example.com for more details or go to www.bellwarriors.ca to learn more about the Warriors. See you there!
The Ontario Football Alliance regrets to inform you that due to low registration numbers, the Spalding Cup tryout being held in Gatineau, QC has been cancelled.
The York University Spalding Cup tryout is still a go. Registration for Saturdays tryout closes May 5th!
Spalding Cup Registration (York University)
Spalding Cup Online Registration
Spalding Cup Tryout
Cost: $75 Pre-registration / $100 At the Door Equipment: Tryouts will be FULL EQUIPMENT
U17 Eligibility: Players born in 2000 or 2001
U15 Eligibility: Players born in 2002 or 2003
*Please Note: Players ONLY need to attend 1 tryout*
May 7th, 2016 – 5pm – 8pm @ York University, York Stadium, Toronto, ON
Pre-Registration Ends May 5th. Registration begins at 4pm
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Josh Prior at 519-780-0200.
The long wait is over … … finally! The Bell Warriors Tackle Football tryouts dates are set. Got to your team page and you will see a link to your level’s TEAM CALENDAR. There is also a WARRIORS EVENT CALENDARS button on the home page for you to navigate to our all of our team’s calendars.
Tykes (ages 8-10) May 18th (Bell H.S. Game Field)
Mosquito (ages 11-12) May 16th (Bell H.S. behind the baseball diamonds)
Pee Wee (ages 13-14) May 25th (Bell H.S. behind the baseball diamonds)
Bantam (ages 15-16) May 16th (Bell H.S. Game Field)
For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call (613) 838-4279 or go to our CONTACTS page to email your level’s head coach. #Warriors4Life