Every White Rock-South Surrey Titans team will be in action Sunday.

Titans Day hits field

All teams in action Sunday

Every White Rock-South Surrey Titans football team will be in action on home turf this Sunday, when the minor football association holds its annual Titans Day event.

The all-day affair takes place at South Surrey Athletic Park, beginning at 9 a.m. and wrapping up in the evening.

The flag-division Titans will be the first on the field, when they battle the Cloverdale Cheetahs. Following that game, the atom Titans will face off against the Cloverdale Lions at 10 a.m., the peewees will play the Richmond Raiders at 12:15 p.m., and the junior bantam Titans will play the North Surrey Falcons at 2 p.m.

The oldest Titans, the midget squad, will wrap up the on-field festivities with a 4 p.m. tilt against the Chilliwack Giants.

While all the action on the field takes place Sunday, the event officially kicks off one day earlier, when the Titans will host a homecoming event/tailgate party on Saturday, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. in the Semiahmoo Secondary parking lot.

The event is open to all teams, players and families.

Away from the gridiron, off-field activities include visits by both cities’ mayors – White Rock’s Catherine Ferguson and Surrey’s Dianne Watts; children’s entertainment, coach’s pie toss, obstacle course, tug o’ war and other games.

Cost for the day is a non-perishable food item, which will be donate to the South Surrey food bank.

 

 

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