Age 5 to 7 yrs; TYKE WOLFPACK FLAG FOOTBALL DIVISION - Sponsor - Carter's Sport Cresting
Cumberland Timbit Mosquito Wolfpack
Amherst Fire Fighters’ Association Atom Wolfpack
Amherst Toyota Bantam Wolfpack
Amherst Lion's Club Varsity Wolfpack
With Special thanks to the Town of Amherst and Municipality of Cumberland.
Who We Are
Cumberland Minor Football 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.
2015 Cost to Play
Tyke: ages 5-7, $85
Timbits: ages 8-9, $215
Atom: ages 10-12, $215
Bantam: ages 12/13-14, $255
Varsity: ages 15-18, $295
*ALL GEAR is provided for this cost (which also includes league fees, insurance, etc).
(When you pick up your gear, we require a cheque for $350.00 as a deposit. These cheques do not get cashed, they are simply held as a deposit. When you return your gear at the end of the season, you will get your cheque back!)
The WOLFPACK is a member of Football NS, NB and PEI playing mainly in the Moncton Football Association and Football PEI. To play, the age counts for the year - so for example if your child turns 6 in the year 2015, then they can play Tyke. Tyke is age 5 - 7, Mosquito age is 8 - 9, Atom age 10 -12. Bantam and Varsity children will play in PEI. the age groups are Bantam 12-14 and Varsity is age 15 to 17. *12 year old have the option of joining/staying in Atom, or moving up to Bantam. 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.
Tyke & Timbits - Nov 7th 2015
Atom & Bantam - Nov 14th 2015
FALL PRACTICE INFORMATION:
3. Practices - All Practices will now be held at Robb's Field, unless otherwise noted
Monday Oct 5: Robb's Field, 6-7:30pm
Wednesday Oct 7: Robb's Field, 6-7:30pm
Thursday Oct 8: Robb's Field, 6-7:30pm
Monday Oct 12: Robbs Field, 6-7:30pm
Wednesday Oct 14: Robb's Field, 6-7:30pm
Thursday Oct 15: Robb's Field, 6-7:30pm
Timbit practices: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm at Robb's Field.
Atom practices: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6-7:30 at at Robb's Field.
Springhill Atoms - Football begins Sept 8, at 3pm at the Arena.
Tykes - Tyke football begins Sept 9. Tykes will be on Wednesday nights, 6-7pm, at Robb's Field.
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.
Schedule for Bantam:
Week 1 – Sept 6, Home game at Dolan Field, Bantam only, 1pm Also: Atom Jamboree
Week 2 – Sept 12, Off weekend
Week 3 – Sept 19, Charlottetown, 1pm
Week 4 – Sept 27, Home Game, Hosting Souris, 1pm Also: Atom Game at 11am, hosting Moncton.
Week 5 – Oct 3, Off weekend
Week 6 – Oct 9, Cornwall, 6pm
Week 7 – Oct 16, Summerside, 6pm
Week 8 – Oct 25, Home game, Hosting Cornwall, 1pm Also: Atom Jamboree
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 6th 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
Vice President interm - Monica Fisher @ email@example.com
Wolfpack CHEER TEAM - @ firstname.lastname@example.org * New in 2014
Visit Football PEI, Football NS or NB for information on provincial bodies.
Visit Monctons webpage for league details: