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Hamilton Tiger-Cats Commit to Supporting Flag Football in Niagara Region for 2023 season

As part of a series of efforts to create a stronger bond with the community, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be partnering with the Niagara Regional Minor Football Association to create a high-quality flag football experience for the region’s youth. As a result of this partnership, all players that register and participate in the Niagara Regional Flag Football league will Tiger-Cats branded jersey, a ticket to a 2023 regular season Tiger-Cats home game, and will be able to participate in a flag football skills camp at Tim Hortons Field in the spring.

This partnership is a part of the NRMFA’s commitment to “Better Coaching, Better Equipment, and Better Experience”. For the Tiger-Cats, this partnership is a great way to build positive relationships with the community and to encourage athletes at the youth level to work towards becoming future Tiger-Cats.

The outcome of this partnership should be a more safe, more fun, and more exciting playing experience for the youth football players in the Niagara region. NRFF coordinator Brandy Ireland-Keus said, “The NRMFA is excited to expand our partnership with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to our Niagara Regional Flag Football (NRFF) program. We hope to continue to grow as it gives the kids an opportunity to play and learn the sport of football in a non-contact way.”

The Tiger-Cats hope that this commitment will improve the football experience for all participants in the NRFF. “Our commitment to minor football is something we are very proud of and this was outstanding for us to help give back to the local community.” When the outcome of a partnership of this nature is a better experience for children then everyone in a community is a winner.

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Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.
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