Girls Train 2 Train (U15) Programs


Welcome to the Girl’s Train 2 Train U15 Team BC page! (Spring/Summer)

(Click to view Athlete Headshots & Bios)

U15 Girls BC Rams
U15 Girls BC Stags
U15 Girls BC Royal Lions
U15 Girls BC White Lions

Jenn Beagan, Head Coach U15 Girls BC Rams
Ali Lee, Head Coach U15 Girls BC Stags
Andy Rushton, Assistant Coach U15 Girls BC Stags
Chris Tyrell, Head Coach U15 Girls BC Royal Lions
Chris Bell, Head Coach U15 Girls BC White Lions

Program Highlights:

  • 30 hours training May-July
  • India Club Tournament (June)
  • U15 National Championship Tournament
  • Kukri training top and uniform

Key Dates in 2017

Fitness Testing & Education (mandatory attendance)

  • Saturday, May 13 at Richmond Oval (mainland teams)
  • May 26-28 TBC – Island teams

Boys & Girls U15 National Championships July 17
Tamawanis Park, Surrey
Island teams will stay in accommodation in the Surrey area.
Accommodation will not be organized for Mainland teams. Mainland teams with Island/Interior players will be asked to consider billeting.

The levy includes: field time, coach & manager honouraria, tournament entry, equipment & medical supplies, Kukri Team BC clothing, RESPECT T-shirt, Sport Science, Functional Movement Assessments, and Concussion Workshop.
Levy does not include food or accommodation.


Trials: See Trials & Tournaments

Athlete Eligibility for 2017-2018: Female athletes born in 2003, 2004, 2005 who live (or attend school) within one of the FHBC regions:

  • Interior (Okanagan & Kootenays)
  • Island (Victoria and Mid-Island)
  • Northwest (Vancouver and North Shore)
  • Southeast (Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, New Westminster, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey)
T2T Regional Program Levy (2016)

$640 (Lower Mainland & Island) 40 hours
$360 (Interior) 30 hours

Program Focus – target 40 hours

  • Technical Skills Development
  • Fitness training
  • Fun game play during the FHBC Regional Festival (spring)

Program Highlights:

This program is for athletes interested in continuous, committed, high performance technical skill development from November – April and participation in a fun spring Festival.

  • 30-40 hours training on Fridays and/or Sunday nights for a 1.5-2 hour session
  • Fitness education, testing (Yo-Yo test) and Injury Prevention Programs
  • Technical skills instruction
  • 3-day Regional Festival (subject to athletes meeting program requirements of attendance, fitness and ability).
    The T2T Festival runs from Friday morning to Sunday evening which may require leave from school.
  • Provincial athlete identification to represent BC at the U15 National Championship Tournament (July)
  • Selections to Team BC are announced by the Wednesday following the selection point.  Provincial training (30 hours) typically runs from May to July. National Championships are typically held in late-July.
    Please see Trials & Tournaments