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    • Date February 9, 2016
    • Category
      Sport Tourism
  • (London, Ontario) - Building off of the success of the Senior Girls Championship, the LDA and TVDSB, in partnership once again with the London Lightning, Tourism London, and Budweiser Gardens, are excited to announce that the Senior Boys Basketball Championship games will be played at Budweiser Gardens on Thursday, February 18th prior to the London Lightning games versus Windsor Express.

    “We’re excited to once again work with this tremendous group of local partners to this time provide the Senior Boys with the chance to play their championship games at Budweiser Gardens”. Said Tim Orr, Athletics Coordinator for the Thames Valley Regional Athletics Association. “The girls’ event was a success and they really enjoyed themselves so we wanted to make sure we could provide the boys with the same experience”. This event would not be possible without the generosity of the London Lightning, who are once again providing the facility at no cost to the LDA and TVDSB.

    Games will begin at 8:30am with the last championship game tipping at 3:30pm. Capping off the Championship day will be a London Lightning regular season game versus the Windsor Express at 7pm.


    8:30am: TVDSB Sr. Boys A Championship
    North Middlesex vs Westminster

    10am: LDA Sr. Boys A Championship
    To be determined

    12pm: LDA Sr. Boys AA Championship
    To be determined

    2pm: TVDSB Sr. Boys AA Championship
    South vs Montcalm

    3:30pm: TVDSB Sr. Boys AAA Championship
    To be determined

    7pm: London Lightning vs Windsor Express

    Admission into Budweiser Gardens for the high school games is $5 and can be purchased on the day of the event from the box office. Children 12 and under are free to attend.

    Tickets to the London Lightning game start at $14 and can be purchased, or again at the Budweiser Gardens box office.

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