The L.V. Rogers Bombers field hockey team is competing in the AA Field Hockey Provincial Championships in Oliver November 6-8.

LVR Bombers off to the provincials

The girls field hockey team will be on their way to Oliver next week to compete in the 2014 AA Field Hockey Provincial Championships.

L.V. Rogers girls field hockey team will be on their way to Oliver next week to compete in the 2014 AA Field Hockey Provincial Championships. Winning the Kootenay Zone Championship on October 23 guaranteed them a berth to the provincials.

Coach Val Gibson said the team is going into the tournament ranked 7th of 12 teams and are in a pool with all private schools.

Rankings in their pool:

#1 Crofton House All Girls School,  Vancouver

#6 Rockridge, West Vancouver

#7 L.V. Rogers, Nelson

#12 Glenlyon Norfolk School, Victoria

South Okanagan Secondary School is the host of this year’s tournament that runs November 6 to 8.

The provincial tournament website is


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