Billets needed for Westshore Rebels football players

Season opener coming up fast for Langford-based club

Heading into training camp this weekend and just three weeks away from the B.C. Football Conference season opener, the Westshore Rebels still need billet homes for some out-of-town players.

While the majority of players come from the Capital Region, some players will be making the trek from up Island and the Lower Mainland to play junior football this summer and fall.

Billet hosts are responsible for food and lodging, for which they will be paid $500 per month. Billeting gives out of town players a chance to live and work in and explore Greater Victoria while continuing to play football after high school.

Interested parties are asked to email registration@westshorerebels.ca for more information.

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