Ten-year-old Justus Van Spronsen is focused on the task at hand during a breakaway contest at McLeod Park on Saturday. The game was part of the Grant Thornton Community Classic Road Hockey Rumble, which raised money for the Langley Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.

Event raises $9,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley

More than $25,000 raised over past three years at Grant Thornton Community Classic-Road Hockey Rumble

Close to $9,000 was raised on Saturday at the Grant Thornton Community Classic – Road Hockey Rumble.

The ball hockey tournament was held at McLeod Athletic Park on Saturday with all of the money raised going to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley (BBBSL).

Teams registered to play in the event, while kids played for free.

This is the third year of the event with more than $25,000 raised in that time for the organization.

All of the money goes directly to the programs administered by BBBSL.

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