Soccer referee clinic scheduled

PORT McNEILL - Port Hardy youth soccer seeks coaches, referees for under-10 age-group games and tournaments

The North Island’s youth soccer programs are seeking a few good referees.

Coaches and volunteers of all kinds are also welcome.

Port Hardy Youth Soccer last week announced a one-day referee clinic for those interested in refereeing mini-level (ages 10-under) games this season.

If you know the game of soccer, were born in 1999 or earlier, and are interested in earning a few extra dollars, mostly on weekends, you’re welcome to attend the clinic at Port McNeill’s Sunset Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 10.

Port Hardy Youth Soccer is also putting out a call to all interested coaches and volunteers to help with the coming season, which will run from April to June.

To register for the referee clinic, to sign up for a volunteer spot or for more information, call Sarah at 250-949-6687.

 

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