Canada Cup: Glen Mills to return as Team Ontario Head Coach in 2015
On Friday November 14, the Ontario Football Alliance announced that Glen Mills will return as Team Ontario head coach at the 2015 Football Canada Cup. Mills a long-time head coach with the Essex Ravens, based in the Windsor, Ontario area will also be serving the same role with Team Canada’s under-18 squad at the 2015 International Bowl series. Mills has previously experienced coaching in the International Bowl with Team O.
Read the full announcement from the Ontario Football Alliance below:
The Ontario Football Alliance is very pleased to announce that once again, Glen Mills will return as Head Coach of Team Ontario – Canada Cup.
Glen Mills will once again return as Head Coach of Team Ontario as they look to defend their 2014 National Championship. Mills is currently the Head Coach of the Perennial Powerhouse Essex Ravens, a position he has held since 1998, leading the team to 6 championship appearances, winning in 1998, 2002, and 2010. In 2014, Mills led Team Ontario to a 36-0 win over Nova Scotia, a 30-16 win over Quebec, and defeated the home town Team Saskatchewan 27-19 to capture Ontario’s first National Championship since 2004. In 2013, Mills led Team Ontario to a bronze medal in Moncton, New Brunswick. Mills was an assistant coach with Team Ontario from 2002 to 2009 winning 3 National Championships. Mill’s championship winning pedigree is sure to help this year’s squad in winning the Football Canada Cup.