Abbotsford Falcons playing for title

Peewee football club going for provincial title on Sunday

The Abbotsford Peewee Falcons (white) battle for a provincial title in Langley on Sunday.

The Abbotsford Peewee Falcons (white) are set to battle for provincial glory on Sunday.

The club takes on the White Rock Titans at McLeod Park in Langley at 10 a.m. for the British Columbia Community Football Association‘s 12-man provincial championship.

The Falcons finished the regular season with a record of six wins and two losses, but have stepped up big time in the playoffs, going undefeated in regional playoff action.

The Abbotsford game is the first of four provincial games to wrap up the community football season in B.C.

Tickets for the game are $10 for adults, $5 for students and seniors, and free for children under 12.

All the games will be streamed live on vbnsports.com. For more on the games, visit the Valley Community Football League on Facebook.

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