World Cup Soccer camp returns

Soccer coaches coming to the North Island for annual youth camp

The North Island’s soccer fields will be buzzing with activity when the World Cup Soccer Camp makes its annual visit the week of July 23-27.

Camp sessions will be held in Port Alice, Port Hardy, Port McNeill and Sointula, with all players gathering Friday, July 27, for an international-style jamboree at the North Island Secondary School track field in Port McNeill.

The coaching staff is headed by former Canadian National Training Centre coach Brett Hyslop and by two-time Canadian National champion Steph Steiner, and includes former Vancouver Whitecap and current Victoria Highlanders goalkeeper Trevor Stiles.

Registration is still available for youths age 6-16, either online at www.worldcupsoccercamp.com or through local organizers.

In Port Alice, contact the Recreation Centre at 250-284-3912; in Port Hardy contact Liz Kufaas at 250-949-7965 or Sandy Grenier at 250-949-8928; in Port McNeill call Sandy McKenzie at 250-956-4306; and in Sointula call Casey Swanson at 250-973-6455.

 

Just Posted

VIDEO: Terry Fox Run returns to Port Hardy for the first time since 2016

All told, Port Hardy’s Terry Fox Run raised $2,200.30 with more still coming in.

2019 FEDERAL ELECTION: Meet the candidates for the North Island-Powell River riding

In an effort to inform the North Island-Powell River riding constituents, we… Continue reading

Port Hardy celebrates Pride Day at Sacred Wolf Friendship Centre

In the evening, FISH TACO: A Seaside Drag performance was held at the Quarterdeck Pub.

Federal election: Meet the North Island candidates

We begin this series on the federal election by asking about their motivation for running.

Port McNeill Lions Club on the verge of shutting down, needs members

Stewart and Hinton hope volunteers will step forward to help them through this difficult time.

VIDEO: Liberals make child care pledge, Greens unveil platform on Day 6 of campaign

Green party leader Elizabeth May unveils her party’s platform in Toronto

Canucks sign Brock Boeser to three-year, US$17.6-million deal

Young sniper will be in Vancouver Tuesday

B.C. forest industry looks to a high-technology future

Restructuring similar to Europe 15 years ago, executive says

RCMP conclude investigation into 2017 Elephant Hill wildfire

Files have been turned over to BC Prosecution Service

B.C. wants to be part of global resolution in opioid company bankruptcy claim

Government says settlement must include Canadian claims for devastation created by overdose crisis

Two Nanaimo residents share $5-million Lotto 6/49 prize

Jesse Logan and Teresa Winters Day matched all six numbers in Aug. 21 Lotto 6/49 draw

Island campground on the chopping block as ALC deadline looms

Owners fighting to continue facility’s operation, with a huge outpouring of support

B.C. ends ‘birth alerts’ in child welfare cases

‘Social service workers will no longer share information about expectant parents without consent’

Most Read