White Rock-South Surrey Titans’ ball-carrier Anya Caul rushes up the field during an atom-division football game against North Delta during a game earlier this season at John Oliver Park. (Dimitry Yermusevich photo)

White Rock-South Surrey Titans’ ball-carrier Anya Caul rushes up the field during an atom-division football game against North Delta during a game earlier this season at John Oliver Park. (Dimitry Yermusevich photo)

Upcoming Titans Day to feature five White Rock-South Surrey football teams

Annual celebration of youth football set for South Surrey Athletic Park Sunday

Titans Day is coming back to South Surrey this weekend.

On Sunday – which is Week 3 on the Vancouver Mainland Football League calendar – the White Rock-South Surrey Titans will hold their annual day of games that features each of the association’s teams playing on their home turf.

Beginning at 9 a.m. with the Titans’ atom division squad – White Rock will square off against the North Surrey Lions in that contest – the games will go all day, ending in the evening.

After the 9 a.m. tilt, the Titans’ peewee team will host the Westside Warriors at 11:15 a.m., followed by a midget-division battle between White Rock-South Surrey and Comox at 1:30 p.m.; a junior-bantam game between White Rock and North Delta at 4 p.m., and the Titans’ bantam team will play Richmond at 6 p.m. to round out the action.

All games will be played at South Surrey Athletic Park, but on a field adjacent to the Titans’ usual pitch inside the track, which is still undergoing resurfacing.

“We want to invite everyone out to watch the games and cheer on the local teams,” Titans association vice-president Tina Giustino said in an email.



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