First out of the gate is Regina’s entry in the Prairie Conference of the Western Women’s Canadian Football League. On Sunday May 10 they’ll be playing their home opener of the 2015 season against the Manitoba Fearless. The game goes at Mosaic Stadium at noon and tickets are $10, with children 12 and under admitted free.
You can find out more about the Regina Riot by visiting the team’s website. The Riot play an abbreviated schedule of four regular season games with the possibility of playoffs after that.
In addition to Sunday’s game, the Riot will host their provincial rival the Saskatoon Valkyries on Sunday May 17 at Mosaic Stadium at 7 p.m. Then they’ll be on the road for games against the Valkyries in Saskatoon on Saturday May 30 (SMF Field at 7 p.m.) and the Nomads Wolkpack in Winnipeg on Sunday June 7.
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