Gold Pan City’s fall of Football

Blue Bombers and Clansmen have been making this season a return of football to Quesnel.

  • Oct. 24, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Quesnel Minor Football League




The Quesnel Blue Bombers had a hard time of it last weekend, with both the atom and pee wee teams being shut out on the score board.

The fourth-ranked atom Blue Bombers squared off against the very tough, first-ranked Prince George white team, losing 18-0. The white team will continue on to finals this weekend.

The third-ranked pee wee Blue Bombers has an equally hard game, lining up against the second-ranked Vanderhoof Vikings, losing 31-0. The Vikings will continue on to finals against the first-ranked Prince George Axeman this Saturday.




Correlieu Clan




The Clansmen will host yet another home game this year, the second time they’ve been able to play in front of a home crowd this year.

The Clansmen will host the visiting Pemberton Grizzlies this Sunday at noon.

The Clansmen are usually forced to play in Prince George and as such rarely get to experience a game with a crowd of supporters there to cheer them on. They hope to have a sizeable crowd on hand to make the rare experience memorable.


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