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2017 Rifle Returning Player Camp

The Winnipeg Rifles Football Club will be holding their Returning Player camp for all players that played with us in 2016, any player that attended the Rookie Camp held in March and any player that has not previously played with the Winnipeg Rifles born in 1995 through to 2000 at the University of Winnipeg RecPlex on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23. 

In class will run from 12:30 - 1:15 pm and on-field will be from 1:30 - 3:30 pm each day.  Players are to be there no later than 12:00 noon on Saturday, April 22 to receive their assigned practice jersey and be ready for the camp.  

If you are are 18-22 years of age and want to play for the Rifles in 2017 must be at this camp. 

Full equipment (including all lower pads) is required for this camp. Players that were not a  Rifle in 2016 are to bring their own equipment from their High School or their Midget/Major Program.  

Equipment pickup for returning Rifles players will be posted shortly.

Registration is going to be live in the next day or two so keep checking back!

If you have any questions please contact our General Manager,  Laurie Hoel or our Head Coach,  Geordie Wilson.

Wild Winter Canoe Race Canceled.

Due to the warm winter conditions, The Wild Winter Canoe Race in support of Inclusion Winnipeg was canceled. 

Track conditions were poor because of the melting snow and ice, and alternate venues to hold the race could not be secured. This resulted in our team composed of Andrew Ricard, Troy Wilson, Sebby Bel, Cole Sneesby and Bryce Villanueva being unable to compete.

Despite this, our team and the Winnipeg Rifles community were still able to raise $1400.00 for Inclusion Winnipeg!!! We came in as one of the top fundraisers- we should be very proud of this accomplishment.

Thank you very much for your generous support of this very worthy charity. We are looking to compete next year if weather permits!

Thanks again to everyone.

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On Dec 10th Winnipeg Rifle players, coaching staff and board members volunteered to assist SAMs Christmas - part of the charity organization Project Echo. SAMs Chrismas gives more than 150 hampers to families in Winnipeg who would have a very different holiday season without their help. Winnipeg Rifles members helped take hampers assembled at Sturgeon Heights School to a warehouse where they will be organized for upcoming delivery. Our team did an amazing job!  What was supposed to be a three hour job was done in two hours.   Way to go team!  Thank you to everyone who helped and for making Christmas a happy time for some of our less fortunate families.

Merry Christmas to all on behalf of the Winnipeg Rifles!




On November 19th Winnipeg Rifles players, coaching staff and board members came together to serve a meal at Light House Mission to some of Winnipeg's less fortunate .

The Rifles football club is proud to support Winnipeg organizations and strives to make a difference through volunteering and giving back to the community.  

Thanks to everyone who helped out - you make a difference!


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