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You’re invited to our second Trivia Night on Friday, April 5th!
Excellent work leads to great results,
This weekend the Bengals at all levels left everything they had on the field. It never ceases to amaze me how many lessons our players are learning when participating in gridiron football. The ups and downs are the point of it all. The ability to face adversity and still deliver a result is what will fuel our players to achieve their goals this year.
The last minute “never give up” attitude of the tyke game was spellbinding and watching them grasp the win is the sum total achievement of their countless hours of work. They are our little comeback crew and congratulations to keeping it all together Jamal and coaches. I can guarantee that any Bengals (peewee, mosquito) that come early to watch them will be inspired and reminded of how the pure joy of sport is the goal at all times.
Mosquito is rolling along like a steam engine and I have to give a shout out to all the players that are looking to reverse the feeling of our playoff result last season in impressive style. The players have learned new things without forgoing the fundamentals that make them great football players. Coach Assivero has really stepped up in the face of adversity and he is poised to keep our mosquito team in the running for NCAFA success.
The Bengal player trait of resilience was demonstrated by our Peewee players this weekend when with no forewarning, a seemingly immovable object showed up at the filed. No player quit because they understood that while the game was slipping there is always work to do. Taking that little sip of defeat and remembering the taste will motivate our Peewees, and as their Head Coach, I know that they are going to surprise people this year, because they are focused in what we do next.
The Raftsmen have started a win streak and their hard fought victory this weekend sets up a hard two days of practice before they hit the road for the first time this Saturday. Watching those players makes me happy to say that our Bengals players and all players in east Ottawa have access to one of the best football platforms in Canada, the QMFL. To those that are patient and listen when I go on my ideological rants…. I do talk about the 4 behavioral dynamics of a new organization “Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing” players that began as strangers have weathered several storms, normalized their bond and have already shown that they are becoming a performing brotherhood. They have the attention of the “Belle Province’s” most influential and respected football minds, and we all look forward to witnessing the Raftsmen wave washing across Quebec.
Finally, and most importantly, I also send my sincerest best wishes to our injured Raftsmen and Bengals and wish them a speedy recovery. We miss you and please get well soon.
Lets get to work….
Great week one!
I am overjoyed with pride and admiration of the wonderful performances that every team in our club showcased this weekend. Watching our players work and play together for success is what we strive to accomplish as a Club.
The Tyke team impressed me with their understanding of the game and their pure positivity both on and off the field. These brave 7,8 and 9 year olds are presenting a very bright future for the club and I look forward to watching them grow.
The Mosquito and Peewee teams both succeeded in their matches in the high impact manner that we have come to expect from these levels. They continue to prove that the Bengals organisation is committed to a technical development, no matter what each player skill level is, ensuring success through hard work in the best coaching environment possible.
The Raftsmen achieved their first franchise win and are now poised to really make an impact in the QMFL. Watching these players strengthen their team dynamic and bond through success will definitely cult them tho that next level of competitiveness.
I spent all day Saturday the day on the field, admiring the convergence of our volunteers, coaches and the community. I want to thank everyone for giving everything that they can to ensure our players have the best football experience possible.
Let’s now carry the ball with ferocity through the rest of the season and I look forward to every yard earned and every Bengal smile flashed.
The Orléans Bengals are taking over TD Place on Saturday, August 11th, 2018!
Join us to watch our Ottawa REDBLACKS take on Johnny Manziel and the Montreal Alouettes on August 11th for your chance to watch the warm-ups from the field or even have the opportunity to stand in the players tunnels during the introductions! Tickets are $30 and a portion of each sale will go to help renew our equipment. Make sure to share with your friends, family and co-workers as the top sellers will be guaranteed a chance to stand in the tunnel with their favorite players!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your tickets. All tickets are located in section BB and will be emailed to you. We hope that everyone will take part in this Club wide activity and showing your Bengals pride at the game!