Duncan Basketball Association in dire need of coaches

DBA has taught sport to kids since 1940s

The Duncan Basketball Association is in dire need of coaches for the 2018-19 season.

The DBA runs programs for athletes between the ages of seven and 14, but may not be able to do so this year if more coaches don’t come forward.

“We are not going to be able to run all our groups if we do not get more coaches,” volunteer coach Randy Doman said.

Coaches would be asked to volunteer two to four hours of time per week.

The DBA is an all-volunteer organization that has been operating basketball programs for boys and girls in the Cowichan Valley since the 1940s.

For more information, contact Doman at randydoman @centurionlumber.com or 250-715-8457.

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