by Dave Delgado
Guam - The Guam National Youth Football Federation held their annual health fair at the UOG football field in Mangilao. Registrations for players looking to play in the upcoming season along with cheerleaders were signed up with their teams of choice.
GNYFF vice-president Fred Tupaz said, "We want to certify and provide physicals for as many of our players as possible. This year's league went from a 4-team league with 600 kids to a 9-team league with 900 kids that we anticipate. This year we have with us is the Island Eagles, Southern Wolverines as well as the Northern Falcons. We also have the Southern Cowboys along with our incumbent teams the Moylan's Hals Angels, PacSports Yigo Jets and the GTA TeleGuam Raiders and the Gatorade Guam Giants.
"One of the things we wanted to do this year is provide a venue for the kids to see all the different kids of social economic out reach programs that are looking at promoting health and well fair here on the island. So that's one of the main reasons why we do this every year."