Football: Edmund Rice Centre’s top talents to take part in Harmony Cup in Balga

Edmund Rice Young Lions Captain Fatoumata Toure with ERCWA umpires Joice Tabaga and Aker Athoi ahead of their the Lions clash with the Coolbinia Bombers. Picture: ERC Youth Leaders
Edmund Rice Young Lions Captain Fatoumata Toure with ERCWA umpires Joice Tabaga and Aker Athoi ahead of their the Lions clash with the Coolbinia Bombers. Picture: ERC Youth Leaders

EDMUND Rice Centre WA’s top multicultural footballers will be kicking goals for the community at the annual Harmony Cup in Balga on September 27.

The free carnival will feature bouncy castles, rides and fun activities.

Players from the Edmund Rice Lions and Butler Falcons will be headlining the match on the day, which will be umpired and coached by the centre’s academy products.

Edmund Rice youth programs co-ordinator Bella Ndayikeze said the centre was looking to grow Australian rules in the multicultural community and showcase the talent it had seen through its programs.

The juniors curtain raiser will start at 11.30am, followed by formalities at 1pm and bounce down for the Harmony Cup match at 1.30pm.

Where: Barry Britton Reserve, Balga
When: Wednesday 27th September
Time: 11.30am to 3pm
Cost: Free

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