The Regina Riot female tackling football team offered tips to local girls who are interested in the sport during a skills clinic April 26 at the Dana Quewezance Memorial Field at the Woodlawn Athletic Park.
General manager Lisa Ziegler said the Riot had different stations that taught the fundamentals of football. Participants had a member of the Riot with them as they went from station to station.
"It's a really good experience for our vets who are working with the new players to show that when you've learned something, you learn it better once you've taught it," said Ziegler.
About 45 of the Riot's 51 players were in Estevan for the clinics.
Ziegler said they want female football players from across the province to know that there is a team that they can join as they get older.
She added that Penta Completions Estevan Minor Football did a lot of work to help make the clinic happen.