3rd Annual King Fee Classic 5-on-5 Basketball Tournament August 9-10, 2014 in honour of Kofi Mensa

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(Brampton, On) On behalf of SickKids Foundation we want to invite your team(s) to participate in the 3rd Annual King Fee Classic. This tournament is approved by The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).

King Fee Classic is a fundraiser which will be providing SickKids Hospital with resources and helping children with Mesothelioma. Kofi “King Fee” Ankoma-Mensa was a basketball player who unfortunately was diagnosed with Mesothelioma and passed away. His wish was to organize a basketball tournament where all funds raised would go towards the research and cure of Mesothelioma. The future successes of “SickKids” rest upon the availability of more funds to provide support services for new advances in diagnosis, treatment, and care. The proceeds from this event will help us fulfill this promise.

We are still looking for a few more teams at each division – Men’s Open and Men’s High School brackets

Tournament info:

Date: August 9th/10th

Location: Brampton Soccer Centre 1495 Sandalwood PKWY E, Brampton, ON

Two divisions: Men’s Open Division, Men’s High School Division

Cost per team: Before July 28th – $450.00. After July 28th – $500.00. Sign up 3 or more teams for the same club and each team will receive a discount of $25.00 each.

Deadline: The deadline for entry is August 2nd, 2014. Teams must submit a roster with all required information before beginning tournament play complete with a parent signature if needed. All players and coaches must carry valid identification and present upon arrival.

To register, visit www.kofiamensa.com, or email us at kingfeeclassic@gmail.com.

Here are some videos from last years event, as well as some highlights of Kofi: http://www.kofiamensa.com/videos/

Drew Ebanks

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