As quickly as it began, the 2015 Team BC May Camp is now in the rear view mirror.
Now the tough part begins as the players await the cut-down announcements and to see if their journey towards being a part of the final Team BC roster will continue.
Team BC’s plan is to cut both the U16 and U18 rosters, respectively, down to 50 in its next phase.
Information on the cut-down will be made available on Football BC’s website as soon as it becomes available.
Day 3 Photo Gallery
The final day of camp featured a short morning practice followed by an afternoon scrimmage for both clubs once again under the watchful gaze of the University recruiters who were present.
The scrimmage provided an opportunity for the teams to run game-like scenarios. It was a competitive atmosphere as both the offence and the defence wanted to show up the other.
Video: Player feedback and scrimmage highlights
The feedback from the players throughout the camp was that the experience was an incredibly positive one for their development on the field as well as their preparations off the field in terms of being able to take a serious look into where their post-secondary aspirations lie.
Thank you once again to all the coaches and staff for putting together a tremendous weekend for the players, Richmond Sport Hosting, Terry Kehoe and the staff at Minoru Park, the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel and the Hilton Vancouver Airport Hotel, all of the Universities from across the country who sent representatives and, last but not least, all the players for their hard work all weekend long.
The 2015 Team BC May Camp may be over, but the 2015 Team BC story is just beginning.