With Vancouver currently featuring two football clubs, two hockey clubs, a baseball, gridirion, and lacrosse club, plus three colleges, four if you count Abbotsford, it's getting harder and harder to make a schedule that will appeal to everyone. There's bound to be overlap, and in the Lions 2015 schedule, that's definitely the case.
Andrew Harris gave British Columbia exactly what it needed on Saturday night at Mosaic Stadium. A boost of confidence and the Lions first win in 2014. Of course they beat both Albertan clubs back in June, but those were friendlies. This one meant something.
At three o'clock on June the 28th, the British Columbia Lions will begin their quest for a seventh Grey Cup when they face the visiting Edmonton Eskimos.
While they may have been unable to defend their title, the Langley Rams still gave a solid effort in the British Columbia Football Conference this season.
Christopher Vose came to British Columbia in 1995. Since then he has freelanced extensively as a writer, historian, poet, and photographer. His work has been published on six continents, and he will get Antarctica too if climate change has its way.
Tony Lewis is a photographer who has dabbled in travel, landscape, and animal photography, but it is sports where he has truly found his niche. He currently serves as FC Edmonton's official photographer. His portfolio can be found at TLFoto.ca
Mynor Campos is a member of the British Columbia Soccer Referees Association, has written for Noticias FutbolMLS, Major League Soccer's Spanish-language website, and has been seen his photos printed in a number of latino publications.