|Bobbitt, Julie||5' 06''|
|Leroux, Ceilidh||5' 05''|
|Williams, Ashley||5' 07''|
|Spracklin, Shaeleigh||5' 03''|
|Brookman, Jordana||5' 03''|
|Coffin, Maggie||5' 05''|
|Baciu, Clarissa||5' 04''|
|Jacob, Gabrielle||5' 07''|
|Hernando, Juliette||5' 09''|
|Aiello, Alyssa||5' 03''|
|Schneider, Lauren||5' 05''|
|Bile, Akina||5' 07''|
|Dias, Alicia||5' 08''|
Schedule and Results
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Thank you for your patience.
Saadia has been the head coach of the Flag Football team since 1996. She was an integral part of the program in both touch football and tennis until she graduated from John Abbott in Business Administration. She was a nominee for the Jeff Mills Memorial Cup because of her leadership qualities, dedication, integrity and work ethic.
Saadia graduated from McGill with a Bachelor of Education in Physical Education. Currently she is teaching at Lindsay Place High School. Her previous coaching experience included 5 yrs at Beaconsfield High School and 2 years at Lindsay Place with the girls’ football teams
She also coached the Quebec Hurricanes for 2 years, a girl’s provincial flag football team and plays for the Quebec Storm. Both teams play 8 on 8 semi-contact flag football and participate in tournaments in the U.S. In addition she currently manages and plays for the Montreal Warriors, an A level team which participates in flag football tournaments in Ontario and in Quebec. She played for the New Galaxy, a professional women’s tackle football team and played for the Montreal Blitz, the local women’s tackle football team.
Saadia’s email address is email@example.com
Alia has been the assistant coach of the John Abbott Flag Football Team since 2002, having taken one year off to work as the assistant therapist at Abbott in 2011. During her two years as a student at John Abbott, Alia played flag football as a receiver on offense and a safety on defense. In her first year on the team, she was named rookie athlete of the year.
Alia graduated from McGill in Physical Therapy and is currently working at Concordia Physio Sport. She has also worked as a therapist for the North Shore Lions football team and Lakeshore soccer. Her past coaching experience involves working with the Beaconsfield High School touch football team as well as the boy’s touch football team at Lindsay Place.
She currently plays tackle football for the Montreal Blitz, and has played for Team Canada tackle football in both 2010 and 2013. She is also part of the Montreal Warriors touch football team with Saadia and Shawna.