People of the Parksville Qualicum Beach region: we need your sports news!

Please send your sports news and photos to sports@pqbnews.com

There are many people of all ages doing great things on the courts, fields, golf courses and rinks of the Parksville Qualicum Beach area.

We need your sports news and photos.

The NEWS is in a transition period as we look to fill our sports reporter position (see job posting on our Facebook page and in The NEWS). Our sports reporter, Tyson Taylor, is starting a new chapter in his life and we thank him for his service and wish him the best!

Until we fill that position, we are asking the people of Parksville Qualicum Beach for their help. E-mail your sports news and photos (at least eight inches by 10 inches at 300 dpi) to sports@pqbnews.com.

Thanks in advance for your help. And if you think you have 20 hours a week to tell the stories of the vibrant sports scene in our region, apply for the sports reporter position by sending an e-mail to editor@pqbnews.com.

— Editor John Harding

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