WEST COAST KINGS FIELD HOCKEY CLUB Set to Host CANADA CUP 2011: Press release
Get ready for an action packed July 15-17, 2011 weekend when the West Coast Kings Field Club host Canada Cup 2011 in Surrey BC. The event, which is sponsored by Kore Fit Living, BC Electrical and Alarm Association, and Uppal Building Supplies, will combine skill and talent on Tamanawis Turf Field for three days. Canada Cup 2011 is the only tournament of its kind in BC and is encouraged by community, temple associations and South Asian media outlets.
Designed to promote and celebrate the spirit of the game of Field Hockey, the event is family oriented and creates a platform for today’s field hockey athletes to compete. 2011’s event features top field hockey athletes, free food, spectator seating, security, music and a variety of other activities.
Opening ceremonies commence mid-morning on July 15th and closing ceremonies, which feature an electrifying performance from the Surrey India Arts Club, will wrap up the fan?fare event on the evening of July 17th. More than 24 of the world’s best teams in field hockey from Canada, India, Pakistan, Mexico, England, and U.S.A. have confirmed they will compete. Officially sanctioned by International Field Hockey Association, Canada Cup 2011 will crown the event’s best teams coveted tournament trophies.
With over $10,000 in total prize money on the line, the competition is expected to be intense and the excitement exhilarating
The tournament will have two categories of game play:
1. Men’s Open Championship
2. Men’s Competitive Championship
Please note free accommodations will be provided to guest teams and meals such as, breakfast and lunch will be served to all teams. Tamanawis Field is located in Surrey BC on 126th and 64 Ave. The entrance to the field is on 64th Avenue and free parking is available at Tamanawis Secondary School on 12600 66 Avenue.
About West Coast Kings Field Hockey Club:
West Coast Kings Field Hockey Club is committed to elevating the sport of field hockey in Canada. With an experienced 9 at-large member board, the club has many field athletes from the areas of Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, and Delta. The club will play host to a large?scale competitive tournament in the summer of 2011. Along with game play, the club mandate is to support youth leagues, high school player development, and training, inclusive of scholarship initiatives. For more information about West Coast Tigers Field Hockey Club, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.westcoastkings.ca
For all media inquiries contact: Udham Hundal
West Coast Kings Field Hockey Club