CW hosts UBC in provincial semi-final action at Windsor Park

Fans encouraged Saturday, April, 29 at 2:45 p.m. to watch the CW Premier Men battle UBC

CW hosts UBC in provincial semi-final action at Windsor Park

Arguably the two most skilled teams in the BC Premiership expect to wow fans Saturday at Windsor Park with only one advancing to the BC provincial final. Castaway Wanderers had a bounce back season this year under new head coach Scott Manning as they head into the semi-final.

While CW knows they are some very stiff competition in UBC, Manning and his players believe they have the skill and experience to get the job done.

“UBC have been arguably the top side in the BC Premiership over the past few years and are always a challenge when you step on the pitch against,” Manning said. “We think we match up well and believe our speed, skill and experience we can match theirs over 80 minutes.”

Manning added his team has been getting better as the season has progressed, which he says can be attributed to the players getting to know each other better over time, their hard work and buy in to their new systems and style of play. CW will need big things throughout the lineup but especially from Acting Captain Doug Fraser in the backs and Doug Wooldridge up front in the pack.

Fans are encouraged to come down to the park (2452 Windsor Road) Saturday, April, 29 at 2:45 p.m. to watch the CW Premier Men battle UBC.

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