Alou­ettes go­ing back to Bishop’s

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS - Len­noxville

Forthe sec­ond straight year, the Mon­treal Alou­ettes will hold their train­ing camp at Bishop’s Univer­sity in the Sher­brooke bor­ough of Len­noxville. “The fa­cil­i­ties at Bishop’s are first class and the man­age­ment and staff were ex­tremely ac­com­mo­dat­ing and co­op­er­a­tive with us at ev­ery level. We truly en­joyed our ex­pe­ri­ence last year from a lo­gis­ti­cal stand­point and it’s a per­fect set­ting for train­ing camp. Our stay there last year set the tone for our Grey Cup cham­pi­onship sea­son and we look for­ward to go­ing back,” said the team’s As­sis­tant Gen­eral Man­ager, Mar­cel Des­jardins. Marc Trest­man’s team, which has just won back-to-back Grey Cups, will hit Coul­ter Field on June 5 and will be at Bishop’s un­til June 20. Fol­low­ing camp, the team will move back to their reg­u­lar lock­ers at Olympic Sta­dium and will be­gin prepa­ra­tions for their home opener on June 30 when the Als will play host to the vis­it­ing BC Lions at Per­ci­val Mol­son Sta­dium.

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