TYKE WOLFPACK FLAG FOOTBALL DIVISION - Sponsor - Carter's Sport Cresting
2013, the first Flag Football season was great.
Thanks to the sponsorship and new coaches for making this division a success!
Tackle Football Division's:
Timbit Mosquito Wolfpack
Amherst Fire Fighters’ Association Atom Wolfpack
Amherst Lion's Club Pee Wee Wolfpack
Amherst Toyota Bantam Wolfpack
With Special thanks to the Town of Amherst and Municipality of Cumberland.
Who We Are
Cumberland Minor Football, a Member of the Moncton Football Association, is a coordinated group of players, parents and volunteers dedicated to the youth of our area. The goal of WOLFPACK Football is to provide a safe, team orientated approach to teach life skills through the game of football, helping to prepare our youth for their futures. Formed on April 21st 2010, CMF has grown in a short time and is always looking for players, coaches, parents and volunteers to make the WOLFPACK a success. As a new football team, winning is not the measure of our success - being safe, having fun and being competitive is our goal.
2014 Cost to Play
Tyke Flag Football is $80;
Mosquito/Atom full Season Price is $235.
Peewee/Bantam full Season Price is $255.
Varsity - Ages 15 to 17 - $295. ***ALL GEAR is provided for this cost (which also includes league fees, insurance, etc).
Spring / Fall Breakdown. The fee as above is for the entire year. If you would like to try Spring Football, we require part payment towards the yearly membership fee.
The WOLFPACK is a member of the Moncton Football Association competing at the Tyke (NEW in 2013), Mosquito, Atom, Pee Wee, Bantam and Varsity (NEW in 2014) age divisions. To play, the age counts for the year - so for example if your child turns 6 in the year 2014, then they can play Tyke. Tyke is age 6 & 7, Mosquito age is 8 & 9, Atom age 10 & 11 yr old. In 2014, our 12 and up chidlren will play in PEI. the age groups are 12 to 14 - Bantam and Varsity is age 15 to 17. Male and Female players welcome on all teams.
Principles for Parents
Parents, athletes and coaches must work together for the best possible youth football experience and performance.
The following suggestions are meant as general guidelines for parents. As a parent, you understand the daily pressures your child faces.
We believe that football should be an outlet for fun. Encourage your child and allow them to have a good time.
Remember that your child learns more from your actions than your words.
Practice good sportsmanship by being respectful to players, parents and coaches on both teams.
• There is nothing wrong with applauding a good play made by the opponents.
- Parents can be good role models by appreciating the efforts made by both teams.
• Most coaches are volunteers and work hard at what they do. To lessen confusion, and out of respect for their position, please allow your child’s coach to be the only one coaching players on the field.
• Please refrain from loud or rude behavior.
• Offer encouragement and positive reinforcement, not criticism, to your star player.
• Encourage discipline by having your child arrive on time for practices and games.
• Belonging to a team requires commitment. Parents can help children understand this through regular attendance and preparation.
• Whenever possible, volunteer. This shows participants the value of being a team player.
• Please respect the officials and their calls. It’s OK to disagree, but inappropriate to disparage.
March 2014 - Spring Football Will Begin! Look for the emails. Please sign up at email@example.com as parents to receive updates. We are looking for fund raising ideas....please share your thoughts.
March/April - Spring football continues with indoor camps.
May - outdoor football begins. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays will see action.
May 2-4th 2014 - Football Camp Weekend @ the Tim Hortons Camp in Tatamagouche. Fee attached to this weekend.
May date yet unknown - 3rd Annual CFL Super Elite Football Camp!
FALL PRACTICE INFORMATION: Various teams practice from 6 to 730 each night of the week.
Mondays - ALL TACKLE DIVISIONS
Tuesday - Peewee & Bantam Only
Wednesday - Tyke, Mosquito & Atom Only
Thursday - Peewee and Bantam Only
Friday - ALL TACKLE DIVISIONS
Poor weather does not stop practice. However, heavy rain, wind or snow does. Parents to use their best judgment if driving to practice as messages may not be received in time of a cancelation. Email and facebook will be used to alert for cancelations when possible. When we can, PRACTICE WILL BE THE NEXT DAY at practice time; or a make up will be schedule if possible.
2013 Schedules online @ the Moncton Football Association website or Football PEI - see linksweekly to confirm:
2013 Amherst Toyota Bantams make it to the final second year in a row! Tough game versus Summerside to come in second place for Football PEI. Great Season Wolfpack!
2012 Amherst Toyota Bantam Wolfpack - 2012 City Champs, 6 on 6 Division of the MFA & FNB FAIR PLAY TEAM OF THE YEAR!
Cumberland Minor Football Society - 42 Fairview Ave, Amherst; at Winston Ave Field - field at the corner of Fairview Ave and Winston Ave in Amherst, NS. (Take Exit 4 into Amherst, now on South Albion Street. Continue past MacDonalds and Tim Hortons - take the second right past Tim Hortons - this is Winston Ave. Follow to the end.)
AMHERST FIELD AFTER OCT 8th is Robb's Centenial Complex 53 LaPlanche Street PO Box 331 Amherst NS
Moncton Football Association - 81 Centennial Park Drive Rocky Stone Field Moncton, NB (off St George BLVD).
Sackville Minor Football Association - TBA
Salisbury Minor Football - JMA Armstrong High School - 55 Douglas St Salisbury, NB E4J 2B4
Riverview - 400 Whitepine Rd, Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 - Riverview High School
FREDERICTON : Scotia Place North field - behind Leo Hayes High School (499 Cliffe St) ; it is on the North side of fredericton
Saint John : http://capitalareaminorfootball.pointstreaksites.com/view/capitalareaminorfootball/home-page/calendar-of-events/events_61850