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Flag Football League Needs Players, Coaches

December 3, 2014, 8:23 PM HST
* Updated December 3, 8:26 PM
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The new Maui Flag Football League is still signing up interested players from third grade through 12th grade. The nine-week season officially kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 6. Photo www.5v5flag.com

The new Maui Flag Football League is still signing up interested players from third grade through 12th grade. The nine-week season officially kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 6. File photo by Rodney S. Yap.

By MauiNow Staff

The Maui Flag Football League has extended sign ups for its first flag football season.

Although the season officially kicks off Saturday, Dec. 6, the MFFL will continue to welcome any interested youth players from third grade through 12th grade.

Competition will be divided into three age groups, beginning with the Elementary group for players third through fifth grade, the Intermediate group for players sixth through eighth grade, and the High School group for players ninth to 12th grade.

Teams will be broken down into five districts: Upcountry, Wailuku, Kahului, Kihei, and Lahaina.

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MauiFlagFBLogoAthletes will play as many as two games a week.

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Games will be held every Saturday at the Keopuolani Pit Field, starting this Saturday, Dec. 6 and ending with championship games on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.

In addition to players, MFFL is seeking volunteer coaches.

The cost for the league is $100, which includes player uniform, mouthpiece, and flags. Volunteer head coaches receive a $100 credit.

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If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event or simply want to participate, please call (808) 280-7513 or email [email protected] to sign-up.

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