Good morning E2E Presidents and Reps!
As a reminder, the mandatory coaches clinic will take place tomorrow, Saturday, February 10th beginning at 1PM at Henrico High School in the Auditorium. Any coach who arrives after 2PM will be charged a $40 admission fee. Please make your coaches aware that they will need to dress comfortably and be prepared with cleats and/or athletic shoes (pending weather) to actively participate in the learning process at the E2E/USA Football Coaches Clinic.
Any coach who is unable to attend for any reason, will be required to pay a $40 fee to receive a link to the content of the clinic. An invoice will be sent to the presidents of each organizations for your coaches you rostered who did not attend. The invoice must be paid no later than March 2, 2018. The link to the clinic video will not be sent until payment is received. Keep in mind the content of the video(clinic) is specific to the final testing and will need to be viewed to ensure successful results.
E2E tailor makes our coaches clinic each year based on the latest research, knowledge from our Executive Director, Super Bowl Champ and NFL Network Analyst, Michael Robinson as well as the knowledge of professionals from the highest level of Football. As always our number one priority is the safety of our players.
Please stress the importance of attendance to your coaches! They will not want to miss out on this one of a kind event!
See you Saturday!
E2E Board of Directors
ATTENTION E2E COACHES: The E2E Mandatory Coaches Clinic is this Saturday at 1:00PM at Henrico High School. Reminders; Please arrive on time, if you arrive after 2:00PM there will be a $40 admission fee. Please remember to dress comfortably. In case of inclement weather, the hands on portion of the clinic will take place in the gym. Check-in and the first portion of the clinic will be in the auditorium. If you have not already done so, please complete the Coaches Code of Conduct located on the E2E website. We are looking forward to seeing our E2E Coaching family on Saturday! #E2EFamily #WatchUsWork#WeWorkForYou
Welcome the Tri Rivers Titans to the #E2EFamily #Fall2018#WatchUsWork #WeWorkForYou #UniteVA
In 2007 Tri Rivers Youth Sports Association formed the Tri Rivers Titans football program. The program was developed to instill discipline, sportsmanship, teamwork, volunteerism and the fundamentals of football and cheerleading in the kids of West Point and the surrounding communities.
In 2012 the Tri Rivers Youth Football and Cheerleading Organization was formed, also known as Tri Rivers Titans, to be its own identity. In 2015 and 2016 the kids of the Tri Rivers Titans were awarded the MYFL Sportsmanship award. In 2017 Tri Rivers Youth Football and Cheerleading Organization became a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit Organization. As we start our 11th season in football and cheerleading with a new Board of Directors firmly in tack, with the backing of the Town of West Point, Board of Supervisors of King & Queen County and the support from the West Point High School Athletic department and school board members we still strive to instill those same values in our kids today.
E2E coaches requirements: Complete the online coaches code of conduct located at https://www.excel2excellenceyouthfootball.com/coaches-code-…
And attend the mandatory, one time only, coaches clinic on Saturday, February 10th, 1:00PM-6:00PM in the Henrico High School Auditorium. Wear your cleats and comfortable clothing as the clinic will be instructional and hands on. #E2E #WatchUsWork #WeWorkForYou
The Peninsula Football Foundation’s primary goal is to provide a character-building program for the youth of our area and prepare them for the next level of football in Middle and High School. The success of our program will not be measured by a win – loss record or a competition placement, but by the sportsmanship, teamwork, responsibility and the fun we will experience through working together as a family.
A. To provide an opportunity for the youth of the Virginia Peninsula to participate in a rewarding activity requiring physical and mental competitiveness.
B. To provide a safe, supervised and fun program of proper instruction for football and associated activities.
C. To instill in our youth a desire to show good sportsmanship, to be competitive and to participate as a team member.
Please welcome the East End Tigers to E2E Spring and Fall Football!#E2E #Family #UniteVA #WatchUSWork
Entering into 2018, East End Tigers will proudly be in our tenth year as a football and cheering association. We are excited to announce we will be part of the E2E, Excel 2 Excellence Spring and Fall Football League. We remain focused on our goal of strengthening and building up our community by making a positive and lasting impression on our youth. With our home field located at beautiful Dorey Park in eastern Henrico County, our program services football players and cheerleaders from ages 5-14.
East End Tigers when Football becomes Family.
EAST END YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IS A NONPROFIT (501-C-3) ORGANIZATION
#WatchUsWork #WeWorkForYou #Fall2018
The RVA Skins Youth Football organization is a nonprofit organization that offers an instructional football program for youth ages 7 to 12 years of age. The RVA Skins strive to teach the youth in our community the fundamentals and proper techniques of tackle football. Our emphasis is on developing our athlete’s physical fitness, sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership skills. The RVA Skins will maintain a positive and safe environment for our youth and coaches. All youth will have an opportunity to participant in developing their individual skills and abilities while working as a team. Ultimately, our youth will be able to build lasting friendships and memories while having fun playing football.
Our coaches are dedicated to promoting the core values of the RVA Skins organization. They will focus on assisting our youth with developing life skills and individual character. Our coaches are expected to lead by example in both words and actions on and off the football field. They accept responsibility of the development of our athletes as both players and persons while under their direction. Our goal is to guide our athletes to become positive contributors to the community and to any team they choose to be a part of.
The RVA Skins home games will be played at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Camp.
Thank you all for a great first weekend of football! As stated we did have a few glitches over the weekend and would like to make a few adjustments to game day procedures to help ensure the safety of our coaches, players and parents.
Going forward all coaches and E2E Reps will wear a lanyard with their photo ID inside (Lanyards and cases will be provided by E2E this weekend). Please remember to check-in Coaches as well as players. You should also be checking your rep rosters to be sure the person facilitating check-in is in fact a certified E2E Rep.
You should have 9 remaining copies of your official player rosters in your binders. If you do not, please make copies. If you do not have a copy to GIVE the opposing rep, going forward there will be fines!
ALL Sidelines must be roped off. Also, please have a “Coaches Box” clearly marked on each sideline.
Cheating of any kind will NOT be tolerated. Any games played with ineligible players will be forfeited and subject to a fine.
2-24-10 (NEW), 6-1-11 (NEW), 6-1 PENALTY: Added a new definition for a pop-up kick and specifies a penalty for a pop-up kick.Rationale: Continuing with the committee’s efforts to minimize risk, a pop-up kickoff has been defined. A pop-up kick is a free kick in which the kicker drives the ball immediately to the ground, the ball strikes the ground once and goes into the air in the manner of a ball kicked directly off the tee. Such kicks will be penalized as a dead-ball free-kick infraction.
*Head E2E Reps should direct any concerns to the appropriate AD listed below.
Score reporting will be done via Group Me and will be set up before Game 1.
TRI CITY FLAMES
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Rep training has officially been scheduled for Saturday, March 18th at Tucker HS Auditorium from 1PM to 4PM. Please continue to have your reps RSVP for training.
Coaches should be RSVPing for the Coaches Clinic as well. Please remind them to put what division (6U 8U 10U 12U AND/OR 14U) they are coaching as well as if they are a head coach or assistant coach on the RSVP form.
The RSVP's are to make checking in at the clinics as simple and easy as possible.
Feb 15, 2017 – E2E Board of Directors/Associations Meeting
Feb 18, 2017 – Team Declaration Day Email your assigned AD
Feb 26, 2017 – Coaches Clinic at Tucker HS 1-4pm (Must have USA Football Cert & CPS background check)
March 1, 2017 – First Day of Practice
March 6, 2017 – E2E Rep Shirt Orders and Money Due
March 11, 2017 – Roster Day/Last Day to Submit Association Application and Payment
March 15, 2017 – E2E Board of Directors/Associations Meeting
March 18, 2017 – E2E Rep Training Tucker HS 1-4 PM
Please know that we LISTEN to all of your concerns and try to make adjustments where necessary and where possible. With that being said, we are moving Rep training to March 18th so that you have time to get ALL your reps in place. The location is still TBD and as soon as we know we will get you that information. You will still need to have all your reps USA certification and CPS background checks in the binders by roster day. We will send out a quick reference guide of what binders should contain and how they are assembled at a later date.
THE COACHES CLINIC has officially been moved back to Sunday 2/26/17 1PM-4PM Tucker HS Auditorium. PLEASE MAKE YOUR COACHES AWARE!
Rep shirt order forms and payment must be received no later than March 6th. It takes 10-14 days for the order to process. We would like to distribute these to you at Rep training on March 18th so that everyone is ready for opening day!
We are working on setting up a PayPal Account. Once this is established I will send the information for payment. You can always bring payment to the next meeting on February 15th at Eastern Henrico Rec Center or send it via regular mail to the Nuckols Road Address.
Thanks everyone for all your hard work!!!!!
Please welcome the Richmond Lions to E2E! #Welcome2Excellence #E2E
The Richmond Lions Football Program was established as a part of the AAU organization in 2012, where we started with a 10u and 12u team. In 2012 our 12u team made it all the way to Nationals in Orlando, FL. This was such a great experience for the team, especially considering most of them had never been outside the City of Richmond before. It was such joy to see how grateful the players were and also for them to know they could accomplish this as a team. After the 2013 season we fell short due to some difficulties, so we had to take some time off from the program to come back better. Its now 2016 and The Richmond Lions Football Program is back, and here to stay!
Our goal is to help inner-city youth coming from low income families, youth with a passion for football, youth that want to learn good sportsmanship, youth that are looking to build friendships, and youth that want to do positive things reach their goals. This program allows football to be that positive outlet so the youth do not have to be influenced to do negative things, which we all know is so easy to come by within our communities. This organization is guided by volunteers and our goal is to let our youth know we care about their future and their success. As an organization, we also check on our youth’s progress at school to make sure their academics are always a priority and to let them know you have to work hard for what you want because nothing comes easy. Our Motto is “One Team One Mission” we try to hold on to that tight. This is what Richmond Lions are about!!
Please welcome the Stafford Knights to E2E! #Welcome2Excellence #E2E
Under new owners in 2017, the Virginia Stafford Knights Youth Football non-profit organization is dedicated to providing kids with the opportunity to thrive in an environment that fosters teamwork, discipline, healthy exercising, and friendship.
We are committed to ensuring quality coaching and development to ensure each player reaches their potential. There is a structured football and cheer program that is run under the direction of President Coach Aviance Young. The program encourages growth in individuals, accountability and fun through practices, team building events and community service.
The program recruits and certifies players from ages 5yr – 14yrs of age as required by AYF. The players are split by age to make up the 6 teams, each team must have a minimum of 18 players.
Recruitment takes place for the Spring Season from the end of Mar – Jun and again in the Fall from Sept – Oct.
Our competitive history has enabled us to gain worldwide exposure by participating in State Regionals and National Championships in Florida. Every year we continue to grow and develop future leaders.
ATTENTION COACHES & E2E REPS
THE COACHES CLINIC HAS BEEN MOVED BACK TO SUNDAY, 2/26/17.
ONLY COACHES SHOULD ATTEND THE COACHES CLINIC!!!!!
ALL COACHES MUST RSVP TO ATTEND.
The E2E Rep training is scheduled for Saturday 2/18/17, Tucker HS 1PM to 4PM.
ALL E2E REPS MUST RSVP TO ATTEND.
Mark your calendars!