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Special Presentation from Clayton Gauthier

Indigenous artist, Clayton Gauthier attended the final ID

session for the Aurora Wolves Rugby Union in order to make a special presentation.

Gauthier was created art that will serve as the logo for the Zone 8 U17 Girls rugby team and will be a part of their uniforms at the BC Summer Games 2024 in Maple Ridge.

During the presentation, spoke of a new world that shared culture and how the youth in attendance are all a part of it.

Gauthier's artwork will be forever a part of northern rugby and will serve as an alternate logo for the Aurora Wolves program.

Members of the Wolves presented Mr. Gauthier with a thank-you before participating in the ID camp at Duchess Park Secondary School in Prince George.

AWRU ID Camps Complete

January 2024, BC Rugby approved the Aurora Wolves as an affiliate club to represent a northern region of British Columbia. Fast forward to May 5th at Duchess Park Secondary School in Prince George for the third and final ID Camp. Prospective athletes participated in two ID camps in Fort St.John and Williams Lake leading up to the camp in Prince George.

53 athletes from northern communities showed up for the largest turnout of the three camps. Each youth registered and was run through ball handling, footwork and contact drills. The next step is to build rosters for the U18 boys, U18 girls, U16 boys and U16 girls teams to compete at the Provincial Regional Championship tournament in July at UBC.

CKPG News was on scene to interview club president Katie Gordon and some local athletes. Click on the link to see the story!

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