DID YOU KNOW (37): Inaugural Fantuz courage award, sportsmanlike conduct, 6-on-6 in York Region? Quinte gets OVFL team

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In this week’s edition

  • Learning and leading through football
  • Canadian NFLer teaches the value of sportsmanship
  • 6-on-6 coming to YRAA?
  • Quinte lands an OVFL team for 2018

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One Comment

  1. Six a Side is a great option for schools that no longer have enough players for 12 Man, and there seems to be a growing number of such schools. It requires less players, coaches and money, and once you see it played you will realize that it is real football. We have been playing Six a Side for 7 years and have had players transition to OVFL teams with no problem. We even have a player who made Team Ontario U16. Congratulations to those coaches who are showing open minds and giving Six a Side a chance for the young men at their schools.

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