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Football Canada – Ottawa, ON (August 16, 2017) –  On Wednesday, Football Canada announced a 40 player all-star roster which was selected from a group of talented players that participated in last month’s Football Canada under-16 East Challenge in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

While the chosen players receive acknowledgement of their performance at the tournament, they are also extended invitations to represent Canada in the 2018 International Bowl.  Details including dates and location will be announced at a later date.

Highlighting the East Challenge All-Star team are Ontario’s Brendan Barrow, Nova Scotia’s Logan Taylor and Ontario’s Jaylen Smith who were previously respectively named Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams tournament MVPs in Wolfville.

“The under-16 East Challenge signifies the start of a player’s pathway towards the national team,” commented Aaron Geisler, Football Canada’s Manager of Development. “At the tournament, we witnessed true parity as all four teams were highly competitive throughout the week in Wolfville.”

“The competitive excellence displayed at the East Challenge made the task of choosing all-stars extremely difficult.  Being chosen as an all-star is a significant honour and players should be proud of their accomplishment.”

2017 UNDER-16 EAST CHALLENGE ALL-STARS:

Name/Nom

Position

Prov. Team/Equipe prov. (#/No.)

Hometown/Ville

Team/Equipe 2016-17)

Connor Oake

QB/QA

Nova Scotia (#7)

Seabright

Timberlea Titans

Nathan Falconi

QB/QA

Ontario (#8)

Cambridge

St.Andrew’s College

Oliver Longpre

RB/DO

New Brunswick (#20)

Sackville

Tantramar

Brendon Barrow

RB/DO

Ontario (#11)

Mono

St.Andrew’s College

Jawaun Smith

RB/DO

Ontario (#28)

Hamilton

St.Thomas More

Malcolm Bussey

RB/DO

Nova Scotia (#27)

Hammonds Plains

Cardigan Mountain

James Priestner

REC

Ontario (#88)

Burlington

Nelson

Dylan Hofer

REC

Saskatchewan (#81)

Saskatoon

KFL Falcons

John Lilley

REC

Nova Scotia (#5)

Halifax

Halifax Argos

Matteo DiQuinzio

REC

Nova Scotia (#88)

Fall River

Fall River Dragons

Drake Davis

REC

Ontario (#85)

Puslinch

Guelph Jr.

Bronson Boechler

REC

Saskatchewan (#1)

Saskatoon

KFL Steelers

Cody Shumanski

OL/LO

Saskatchewan (#59)

Hafford

Hafford Vikings

Thomas Brow

OL/LO

New Brunswick (#51)

Saint John

Longhorns

Ryan Arenburg

OL/LO

Nova Scotia (#67)

Dayspring

South Shore Seahawks

Alex Donaldson

OL/LO

Ontario (#61)

Hamilton

Hamilton

Chris Weber

OL/LO

Ontario (#70)

London

Mother Teresa

Bradly Peters

OL/LO

New Brunswick (#56)

Fredericton

Fredericton

Zachary Lepage

OL/LO

Saskatchewan (#68)

Saskatoon

KFL Raiders

Keandre Jollimore

DB/DD

Nova Scotia (#15)

Dartmouth

Dartmouth Destroyers

Dominic Leblanc

DB/DD

New Brunswick (#28)

Moncton

L’Odyssee

Jaylen Smith

DB/DD

Ontario (#26)

Hamilton

St. Thomas More

Adam Dekraker

DB/DD

Ontario (#9)

Aylmer

London Jr.

Brian McFarland

DB/DD

Nova Scotia (#30)

Halifax

Halifax Argos

Carter Stadnyk

DB/DD

Saskatchewan (#31)

Saskatoon

KFL Titans

Owen O’Neal

DB/DD

New Brunswick (#26)

Sackville

Tantramar

Brayden Sadler

DL/LD

Ontario (#58)

Orangeville

Orangeville Outlaws

Logan Taylor

DL/LD

Nova Scotia (#96)

Lunenburg

South Shore Seahawks

Mitchell Price

DL/LD

Ontario (#57)

Caledon

Robert F. Hall

Carter Shurvell

DL/LD

Sakatchewan (#60)

Saskatoon

KFL

Nathan Clark

DL/LD

New Brunswick (#93)

Kingsley

Leo Hayes

Leif Magnuson

DL/LD

Saskatchewan (#99)

Saskatoon

Bethlehem Stars

Brennen Travis

DL/LD

Nova Scotia (#93)

Timberlea

Timberlea Titans

Riley Comeau

LB/SEC

Nova Scotia (#45)

Kentville

Valley Bulldogs

Brayden Kelly

LB/SEC

Ontario (#21)

Hamilton

Cardinal Newman

Noah Gedir

LB/SEC

Saskatchewan (#46)

Saskatoon

Aden Bowman

Nathan Condello

LB/SEC

Ontario (#19)

Stoney Creek

Bishop Ryan

Tyson Krushelniski

LB/SEC

Saksatchewan (#37)

Saskatoon

BJM Saints

Connor Burns

LB/SEC

Nova Scotia (#44)

Lower Sackville

Sackville High

Owen MacRae

K

Nova Scotia (#12)

Canning

Valley Bulldogs

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Established in 1884, Football Canada is the national governing body of amateur football in Canada and a proud member of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF). Working closely with the provincial football associations, we develop programs and resources for players, coaches, officials in the three disciplines of Tackle, Flag and Touch Football. Football Canada’s vision statement is “from playground to stadium” where players can participate in the game of football throughout a lifetime recreationally, competitively and internationally. 

Contact Information:

Ameeta Vohra

Coordinator, Communications

Football Canada

(902) 483-0714

ameetavohra1@gmail.com