Girl’s Touch Football Growing Like Crazy
Close to 400 girls representing 23 city-wide National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) Girl’s Touch Football teams competed Saturday at Deevy Pines Park, Kanata and what a great day it was. The weather was ideal for a full day of competition for this 1st Annual Girl’s Touch Football NCAFA event.
Rodney Moors, NCAFA Director of Non-Contact Football, organized the tournament. “We wanted to host an event to raise the visibility of our sport in the community while having a great day of girl’s touch football. The sport continues to grow and I attribute that to the fact that the sport combines running, catching and throwing more than any other. It’s a great sport for conditioning, team spirit and athleticism. We will definitely put this event on our annual NCAFA girl’s touch football schedule”, states Rodney Moors.
Rodney Moors, a teacher at Bell High School, is also the Director of Non-Contact Football for the Bell Warriors Football Club. Since 1955, the Bell Warriors Football Club has offered football programs for boys and girls ages 8-16 in the communities of Britannia, Bayshore, Bells Corners, Richmond, Munster and Stittsville. Tryouts are just under way for the Bell Warriors Tackle Football program. For more details on how you or your business can show your support for the Bell Warriors Football Club or if you have a child interested in playing football, go to www.bellwarriors.ca for details or contact email@example.com.