Female football players from around the area will be taking to the Spark Centre in Weyburn to sharpen their skills on Saturday.  

The U18 Viragos head coach, Mark Tribiger, said that players from around the area will be able to learn from the Regina women’s semi-pro team.  

"Usually about six or eight of their players come down and just basically go through what all the positions are with the girls,” said Tribiger. 

He said this is a good opportunity for the players to take a shot at the different positions.  

“Teach them some good skills and just get them going with the sport.”  

There are 30 participants registered for the football camp, with players from Estevan, Weyburn, Yorkton, and Regina.  

Tribiger said that this year the Viragos will also be playing some exhibition games around the province. 

Following the camp, they will start a series of workouts to get ready for the upcoming season.

“We have workouts throughout the whole spring leading up to our first games are beginning of September.”  

Tribiger said that the anyone interested in football is invited to join these workouts and meet the players to see what football is all about.