All-star football players at MAP

Langley, North Langley well represented at community all-star game

The B.C. Community Football Association is hosting the annual Star Bowl at McLeod Athletic Park tomorrow (Saturday).

The all-star game features the top players from the Valley Community Football League against the top from the Vancouver Mainland Football League.

The action begins at 10 a.m. with the bantam nine-man game followed by the bantam 12-man game at noon.

The midget game goes at 4 p.m.

And a pair of Langley football associations will be well represented at the game.

Langley Minor Football has 16 players from their provincial champion team, the Stampeders, playing in the midget game. Head coach Keith Pickett will handle coaching duties.

Another LMF coach, Rick Farren will assist on the bantam 12-man squad.

And North Langley Community Football has 10 players participating in the bantam 12-man game.


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