On Sunday, October 27 from 2 p.m., until 6:30 p.m., youth have the opportunity to accompany Hamilton Tiger Cats quarterback Jeremiah Masoli for a VIP experience.
Warrior Park Athletics in partnership with the Hamilton Tiger Cats are looking for Indigenous youth ages 7-17 to take part in a cheque presentation (recognizing the donation made by the Tiger Cats to the Youth Movement game day program) followed by a sports combine at Tim Hortons Field.
The mission statement of Warrior Park Athletics reads: “We offer fun and innovative training methods for kids between the ages of 4-17 yrs. The purpose of our program is to build up self-esteem and to strengthen bodies. Our mission is to show kids that fitness is a lifestyle and a process. To share with them the mindset and tools necessary to accomplish his/her goals.
We offer various types of child specific programs that have been developed for all levels of fitness. Progress is achieved through our sports conditioning and obstacle courses. This allows us to provide them with a constant level of challenge that produces growth while keeping interest and excitement high. Your children will find out quickly that we’re here to support, guide and encourage them. To take whats already great and build upon that, to make stronger healthier versions of themselves.”
The 15-20 participants have been chosen and will to arrive at Warrior Park by 1:45 p.m., with running shoes and a water bottle. The participants will then be transported by bus with our WP Chaperones to Tim Hortons Field to take part in our energy packed Warrior combine circuit. Participants will receive some special Ti-Cats and Warrior Park swag before departing at 5:45 p.m..
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are a professional Canadian football team based in Hamilton, Ontario. They are currently members of the East Division of the Canadian Football League and play all of their Ti-Cat home games at the Tim Hortons Field. They were originally founded in 1869 as the Hamilton Football Club.