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Welcome to the Website for Northern Saskatchewan Football.

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Playing football will be an experience that develops young people with skills for life.

This opportunity has been made possible by the Northern Lights School Division #113 Board of Education by funding new equipment for each team. Shared leadership by volunteer coaches and officials has been essential to initiate football and will continue to be needed to sustain competition.

We encourage any high school or jurisdiction in northern Saskatchewan that does not have football to consider this opportunity and join us in future play.

New for 2017- Season 5!

Six-Aside Northern Saskatchewan Football teams are playing in the SHSAA Conference 1. Teams play a regular five game, round robin schedule. This will be one more game than in previous seasons. The two finalists in both 1A and 2A will make the provincial playoffs, and also compete for The Ralph Pilz Trophy on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the Max Clunie Field in Prince Albert.

La Ronge Churchill Chargers have moved to the SHSAA 9-Aside Conference 1 and will be playing teams from Tisdale, Nipawin, Melfort and Humboldt. Good luck to the Chargers in their first season of 9-aside football.

 

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5 Responses to Home

  1. Shaun says:

    Great opportunity for all the kids of saskatchewans north. Keeping our youth ingauged in sport is healthy and rewarding for all community’s involved. Go Kodiaks!!!!!

  2. BLAIR says:

    GO LAKERS!!!!

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  4. Norm Garden says:

    Love what I’m hearing out of Northern Saskatchewan! The time and commitment by all teams is really quite incredible considering the distance between communities. Keep moving forward and I hope one day I hear of one or two of you playing college or junior.
    Norm in Red Deer

  5. Frank says:

    Followed the Cumberland Islanders since their inception I was very happy to see them win their division and a close loss to a more experienced Carrot River team this team can be proud of their achievement. Tem sports lead to strong leadership and team building and life skills go Islanders

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