Team BC vs. Team BC at Langley Sportsplex

A pair of provincial ringette teams went head to head at the Langley Sportsplex on Saturday afternoon.

The CWG squad held a weekend-long training camp in Langley, in preparation for the games tournament being held in February 2015 in Prince George.

“It was good competition for us – that is why we schedule as many camps in the Lower Mainland as possible, so we can play that senior B.C. team to push ourselves,” said CWG Team BC assistant coach Kerri Lucas-West. “We will be playing that team [NRL Team BC], Team Alberta, and Team Saskatchewan in the Spirit of Winter Tournament in Langley Dec. 5-7.”

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