All-Native all set

  • Feb. 7, 2007 5:00 a.m.

By Roberta Aiken, All Native Reporter–The All Native Tournament is set to start in Prince Rupert Sunday, and run through to the following Saturday.
Islanders are heading over, both to play and to watch.
The first games for Haida teams are:

Sunday Feb 11
8 pm
Masset Masters vs Gitwinkshilkw

Monday Feb 12
8 am
Masset Women vs Ahousat
Masset Intermediates vs Ahousat
6:30 pm
Skidegate Intermediates vs Similkameen-*Broadcast game*
8 pm
Skidegate Masters vs “a buy”
9:30 pm
Skidegate Seniors vs Bella Coola

Tuesday Feb 13

8:30 pm
Masset Seniors vs “a buy”
10 pm
Hydaburg vs “a buy” *Broadcast game*

Watch for updates and information as the tournament is going on.
I can be reached at my email: I try to make time during intermissions to get on the lap top on the broadcast booth to update or take any messages wanting to be sent to the teams, players and radio crew. Do not hesitate to send me a message if you would like.
See you at the games

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