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From left: Tyler Jamieson, Ben McDonald and Grady Powell recently took part in the Vancouver Whitecaps residential training camp at the national training facility at the University of British Columbia. The three local youth first took part in a prospects camps in Kelowna and their hard work was rewarded with the lifetime experience of being invited to the Whitecaps’ camp along with about 60 other boys from across Canada.              - Contributed
From left: Tyler Jamieson, Ben McDonald and Grady Powell recently took part in the Vancouver Whitecaps residential training camp at the national training facility at the University of British Columbia. The three local youth first took part in a prospects camps in Kelowna and their hard work was rewarded with the lifetime experience of being invited to the Whitecaps’ camp along with about 60 other boys from across Canada.
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From left: Tyler Jamieson, Ben McDonald and Grady Powell recently took part in the Vancouver Whitecaps residential training camp at the national training facility at the University of British Columbia. The three local youth first took part in a prospects camps in Kelowna and their hard work was rewarded with the lifetime experience of being invited to the Whitecaps’ camp along with about 60 other boys from across Canada.

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