Scarborough Blizzard Y.S.C.
SCARBOROUGH BLIZZARD YOUTH SOCCER CLUB Thursday, September 18, 2014  
 
 
Announcement

The Scarborough Blizzard Youth Soccer Club was formed in 1975 and is a Not-For-Profit organization.  The club provides the youth of Scarborough (Toronto) and surrounding areas with the opportunity to participate and develop their skills in the sport of soccer.  It s a volunteer directed sports organization and is dedicated to the development of youth soccer using fair play and fun as developmental principles.

 Congratulations to our 2014 Outdoor Houseleague Championship Teams
 
Mini Mites Division:  Team MEXICO - Coach Sam
Squirts Division:  Team ENGLAND - Coach Ashley
Mosquito Division:  Team SPAIN - Coach Duane
PeeWee Division  - Team BRAZIL - Coach Gary
Elite Division - Team BRAZIL - Coach Andrew
 
Thanks to all our volunteer coaches, parents and players for a great 2014 Outdoor season.
 

                              NOTICES:  RE:  Competitive Team Try-Outs

Scarborough Blizzard Jets - U17 Girls  Rep Team (Born 1998)                                                           

Inquiries relating to Try-outs for our 2015 Team are now being accepted.  Try-Outs will be scheduled shortly and will take place following the last game of our current season.    

We are looking for players for all positions that are physically fit, have very good ball skills and experience playing Rep level soccer.

Candidates must hold Soccer as top priority over any and all other sports/activities. Players must be able to commit to training 2 times per week over the Winter. 

For the 2015 Outdoor Season the team will again be playing in Division L3 of the Central Girls Soccer League.   If you have the qualities we are seeking, please call or email the Head Coach.

Head Coach:   Dave Branthwaite  Cell Phone # (416) 802-5387  Email :  dwaite@teksavvy.com                                                                                                          



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