Ken Bradwell Soccer Tournament
Congratulations to our 2018 KBST Over-40 and Over-50 champions, FC LIFA Bulldogs and Gators:
… and our deepest thanks to all participants, sponsors, donors and volunteers, who helped us raise $10,523.26 for Joseph Brant, Oakville Trafalgar and Juravinski hospitals.
Ken was a lifelong football player, starting in his home town of Denton, Manchester, then after moving to Toronto, with the Bank of Nova Scotia, then in Montreal with Rolls Royce, Pointe Claire Reds, Pointe Claire Wanderers, Greendale and Kirkland United. In 1997, after moving to Ontario, he joined the Burlington Soccer League, where he played until 2006 and coached until 2015, when he became too ill to carry on. Ken’s brave journey ended in 2016, and in his memory, the Ken Bradwell Soccer Tournament — held on the first Saturday of September, with the support of the Burlington OldTimers Soccer Club and Burlington Soccer League — raises funds for Joseph Brant Hospital (new patient room) and Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (cardiac examination room equipment).