Zone Bowl at Langley’s McLeod Stadium

Squads from five minor football zones will clash at McLeod July 1 to 3.

The Langley Minor Football Association has been selected as the host organization for the first annual BC Community Football Association Zone Bowl.

The local organization, first established in 1969, will be well represented in these games with numerous athletes having been selected to participate in the midget division alone.

The BCCFA’s first annual BCCFA Zone Bowl is being held July 1 to 3 at McLeod Stadium.

All five BC football zones will be participating in a weekend tournament.

The local zone squad includes high school and community players from South Delta, White Rock, Cloverdale, Delta, Surrey, and South Langley.

The following divisions will be participating:

Midget (players aged 16, 17, 18 as of Dec 31, 2015 )

Bantam (players aged 14, 15 as of Dec 31, 2015 )

Jr. Bantam (players aged 12, 13 as of Dec 31, 2015 )

Game schedule is:

Junior bantam July 1; Bantam July 2; Midget July 3.

The official game times  are to be announced.

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