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Wanna play some Football in Williamsburg VA ?

Williamsburg HORNETs Just a short note to make Williamsburgers ( is that what we are called) aware that sign-ups / registration for the Williamsburg Hornets Youth Football team are fast approaching.

Hornet’s Coach Scott Vinson ( Mr Youth Football in Williamsburg)  has compiled an FAQ that attempts to answer all questions and concerns that first time parents might have about youth football or cheerleading in the Williamsburg / James City County area of Virginia

Now, the first question you might be asking is … When is Registration for new players & cheerleaders?

THURSDAY APRIL 1ST 5PM-8PM

Williamsburg/ JCC-W REC CENTER on Longhill Rd (ROOM C)

AND

SATURDAY APRIL 17TH

WARHILL STADIUM FOOTBALL FIELD COMPLEX

(Near The Main Stadium … In Tents)

10AM – 1PM

Learning football is all about following directions, being a good team mate, and setting a good example for others in sportsmanship, and in life. Our two sons have played Hornets Football for the past three years.We feel it has helped them immensely in many ways. I will admit that having them play in a competitive league was a hard thing to accept at first. We made our kids watch the movie Rudy to show them what perseverance is all about.

There is NO guaranteed playing time other than the PYFA mandated 1 play per game rule for your child. Nor is there any guarantee that your child will see in-game-time at a specific position that you may feel he was “born” to play. Hornet coaches make every effort to work all kids into games more than the PYFA rule, but there will be occasions where your child only gets in for the minimum. So, regardless of what level your child plays at, from Mites to Juniors, this is an issue that you should be cognizant of early on, prior to sign-ups. If this is a rule you may struggle with, change usually takes place from within. The best course is to join a league, take a board position and lobby for change.

As Coach Scott would say “You need to realize  that football is a sport that no matter where you play, will require 8-hours of practice a week for a game that is has about 20-minutes of actual play time. The real learning and work for football has always taken place at the practice level. And Hornets coaches make sure that kids at practice learn football!”

MORE INFO: The 2010 Mighty Mites Website: www.williamsburghornets.com

After you read through this, if you have any other questions feel free to email  (Coach Scott) at SDVinson@aol.com, and he’ll do his best to answer your questions.

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