May 29, 2015


By Gordon Sinclair Jr.

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Fostering hope in underprivileged football players

A team of Winnipeg teenage football players pose with Carolina Panther QB Cam Newton (back row fourth from right) following a game last weekend at the American national 7 on 7 touch football championships in Florida. Recruit Ready partner and coach Brad Black is back row second from left. The Winnipeg team was the youngest at the event and had one win in six games, including an opening game loss to a team coached by Newton.

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A team of Winnipeg teenage football players pose with Carolina Panther QB Cam Newton (back row fourth from right) following a game last weekend at the American national 7 on 7 touch football championships in Florida. Recruit Ready partner and coach Brad Black is back row second from left. The Winnipeg team was the youngest at the event and had one win in six games, including an opening game loss to a team coached by Newton.

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