Referee clinic in April

Young future stars to get the skinny on what it takes to excel at soccer

UPDATE: Corrected price to $25 (was misprinted as $250).

A reminder to all you aspiring soccer refs, Oceanside Youth Soccer will be hosing a small-sided course April 15 in Nanoose Bay at Jack Bagley Field

The course is open to players turning 12 in 20012 (born in 2000) or older, and will include classroom time in Nanoose Place) and field work.

The course runs from 9 a.m. to  4:30 p.m. All participants must bring, $25 (cash or cheque made out to OYSS), lunch, water, pen/pencil and paper, cleats (for on field work), and flags if they have them.

All players who want to take this course must contact Mike Cochrane at 250-240-4120 or email oyssadministrator@shaw.ca.

 

 

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