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Submitted By novice3 on Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Novice 3 Chiefs arrived for their June 22nd practice expecting it to be routine with passing drills, running skills and defense techniques.  They were in for a surprise when they walked on the floor to find a new face on their coaching staff.  Craig England of the Buffalo Bandits came out to practice with our players.  

He ran 'secret' Bandits drills and practiced with our players, Bandit style.  After practice he stayed for almost another hour signing whatever the players threw at him, from water bottles, to sticks to shoes.  When presented with a Novice 3 'Whose House' shirt Mr. England insisted that all of our players do him the honour of signing it in return for him to remember us by.
A class act from start to finish we thank Craig England for coming out and spending time with our Chiefs and look forward to watching his team take on our hometown Toronto Rock next season.  We think there may just be a little more orange in the cheering section next year.... 14 more to be exact!  
Keep Calm and Chief on Craig!
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