In the summer of 2014 the Chaudhry Family had the misfortune of losing their home and most of their possessions to a fire. The family remained unharmed and together with the support of family, friends, and faith they have begun to rebuild. The BVSC was a great support to them both during the loss and over the transition that followed this past fall. Though their lives were changed forever, they instead have unselfishly decided to pay it forward and say Thank You. To show their appreciation they have made a donation to help offset this season's expenses. This kind donation will give many of our players a “hand up” and provide an opportunity to travel this fall to the SX International Cup tournament in Surrey BC this coming Labour Day. The Bonivital U15PR1 boys team would like to extend a huge Thank You to the Chaudhry Family ( Naseer, Huma, Saif and Rooman) for their generous and thoughtful donation.
"The U-14 Bonivital Flames are a perfect marriage of great coaching and outstanding players. Ditter and his assistant, Morphy, have coached teams from this 2001 group since the young women were at the U-10 level..."
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BVSC is proud to implement the Canada Soccer Pathway Preferred Training Model that focuses on developing well-rounded players with a strong foundation in physical literacy, solid soccer skills and, hopefully, an enduring love of the game.
"I want to congratulate the Bonivital Soccer Club, for moving on to Implement the Preferred Training Model. 'Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success'. Congratulations!" - Tony Fonseca, CSA Technical Director
U14 BVSC player Jazi Ditter was honoured to have been selected and invited to the Women’s EXCEL National ID Camp in Vancouver, BC last November. Only 30 U13 - U15 female players from across Canada were selected for this camp. Having the opportunity to play for Jorge Cabral for his team at Club Nationals last year in PEI as well as train with the NDC program has truly helped develop her game. All her soccer coaches have helped and have encouraged her to push hard and keep going forward to pursue her dream of maybe someday playing for Team Canada.
With only one substitute due to injuries, and four players playing injured, Mazza's U14 PR1 Boys team, along with guest players Jake Martin, Daniel Grossett, and Thomas Boles, played with sheer heart and guts to win the 13th Annual West Des Moines Premier Tournament in a thrilling Finals shootout. This event is designed to create a pre-state cup, friendly environment of high quality play. In each of the past two years there were at least 10 participating teams that went on to become State Cup Champions. Way to go boys!