The Yorkton Terriers who captured their first RBC Cup National Title this past May in Vernon, BC held their Annual General Meeting last night.
The Terriers have announced that their title came at a cost as the team has lost around $35,000.
"Anytime your successful,its gonna cost you little bit of money,you have staff around for extra weeks,few more weeks of broken sticks , and you got to pay the billets a few more weeks" Terriers President Dave Baron said in a interview earlier today. "Your ultimate goal is obviously to win the title and we did, but it costed us a little money to do that." Baron also noted that their Lottery wasn't as successful as past years.
Baron though added with winning the National Championships has open doors for the franchise for the good. "We've had kids and players contacting us now, that we've not had a shot at before saying we saw your organization play through the playoffs we are interested in coming to play for ya and that's exciting."
Other items discussed were a possibility of a new Dressing Room built for the Terriers and about their bid for the 2016 Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup
Two Board of Directors Danny Ismond & Kendra Sedley have stepped down, while 4 more directors have been added in Blaine Buckle, Dean Percival, Pat Holtkamp and Michelle Strocen.
Chat with Terriers President Dave Baron Below