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Everyone is invited to the DUFC BBQ!

We would like to invite all of our existing families as a thank you for continuing to support our club as we continue to grow and a welcome to any new families joining our organization. March 11th, 1:00-3:00pm, Renfrew Community Association, Main Upper Hall In-Person registration will be available activities for the kids including a…
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Outdoor 2018 Tryouts

Below are the date and times for tryouts. SHIN PADS ARE REQUIRED! DO NOT wear outdoor cleats to these events PLEASE ARRIVE 20 min early so we can assign pinnies Thursday March 22th Higher Level 6 to 7 – U9 Boys, U9 Girls, U11 girls 7 to 8 – U11 Boys Skills 8 to 9…
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Pound the Rock! What the San Antonio Spurs Can Teach Us About Getting 1% Better Every Day

Source: http://changingthegameproject.com/pound-the-rock/ One of the most successful sporting franchises across the globe the last few decades is the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA. With five NBA titles since 1999, 22 overall division titles, having won at least 50 games for 18 consecutive seasons, and having missed the playoffs only 4 times in their history,…
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2018 Outdoor Registration is now open

2018 outdoor soccer online registration is now open.  For more information please visit the “Outdoor Registration” page. If you have friends or family looking for a place to register direct them to http://join.dufc.ca

Changes to league structure

This coming season CMSA has made some changes to their age group structure. There will no longer be U12-18 it will be changed to U13-19 using odd age groupings. For Example, this means that the birth years 2006/2005 will be playing U13 which will be full field as was U14 and so on. For those…
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Winning the Race to the Right Finish Line in Youth Sports

Source: http://changingthegameproject.com/winning-race-right-finish-line/   Kevin McLaughlin, USA Hockey’s Director of Youth Hockey Development, was not looking forward to opening his email in January 2009. He knew it was going to be full of angry posts. He knew he and his colleagues at USA Hockey would be accused of destroying the game and taking the toughness out…
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Take a Stand Against Bullying – Become an Upstander

source: http://www.stompoutbullying.org/blog/take-stand-against-bullying-become-upstander/   Bullying Bystanders Become Upstanders Many of us have been bystanders in difficult situations where we are uncertain of what action to take to help improve the outcome of a certain scenario. And while it is common to feel this way, there are steps you can take to create change. Especially when it…
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Bullying by the Numbers: A Breakdown of Bullying Statistics and Facts

Katelyn and Beth have sent us a link to a fantastic article at wristband.com titles “Bullying by the Numbers: A Breakdown of Bullying Statistics and Facts” check it out at https://www.wristband.com/content/bullying_by_the_numbers_a_breakdown_of_bullying_s

End the Hate: 20 Ways to Stand Up and Help Stomp Out Bullying

Source: Stop out bullying – http://www.stompoutbullying.org/blog/?p=530 By Toni Birdsong on Oct 11, 2016   Bullying Prevention No one deserves to be bullied. October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and the perfect time to pause and educate your family on specific ways to help stop bullying online and off. Thanks to the Stomp Out Bullying…
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