Another season set for TMBL

The Trail Men’s Basketball League is holding it’s annual general meeting on Monday, 7pm at the Flying Steamshovel in Rossland

The Trail Men’s Basketball League is holding it’s annual general meeting on Monday, and invite all interested players to meet at the Flying Steam Shovel in Rossland at 7 p.m.

The TMBL has been running the hardcourt for over 30 years, and last year had a four-team league represented by Castlegar Realty, Rock Island, Mota Automotive, and Adrenaline Adventures in Rossland.

All skill levels are welcome to play, with games going every Monday night at the Rossland Summit School gymnasium.

The games are refereed by representatives of the West Kootenay Officials Association, and provides time and scorekeepers.

The AGM is an information and organization session to determine player  numbers and the make up of the season.

For more information contact Mota at

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