Kicking Cancer\s Butt 7

Last Space Available for KCB7 Charity Tournament

Kicking Cancer\s Butt 7

We’re only two weeks away from this year’s Kicking Cancer’s Butt Tournament and we’ve had a phenomenal response with 39 teams currently registered for the tournament and over $5000 already collected for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation. This year’s tournament will be the biggest ever and looks set to take the total raised over the past 7 years to over $70,000.

The tournament will run from 12.30 to 7.30pm on Saturday 11th of June on Carleton University’s two turf fields, including the newly re-turfed MNP Park field which was completed and opened for play this weekend. If you still want to get in on the action, you can grab the last team space by clicking to register at the Footy Sevens website. Remember don’t send any money to us, 100% of all team fees go directly to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and we’ll send you details of how to make your donation once you have registered.

If you have already registered and haven’t made your donation yet (or if you have any questions), e-mail chris@ottawafootysevens.com to confirm your team’s entry and to get details of where to make your donation.

As well as the Kicking Cancer’s Butt tournament, we’ve still got one or two spaces remaining in our Friday and Sunday indoor and outdoor soccer leagues, our Monday, Wednesday and Sunday beach volleyball leagues and our Friday flag football league. Go to the Ottawa Footy Sevens website for details of the soccer leagues and the Ottawa Volley Sixes website for information on the other sports.

 

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