New Alliance Midget A non Body Checking Leauge, News (Cambridge Minor Hockey)

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New Alliance Midget A non Body Checking Leauge
Submitted By webmaster on Monday, June 17, 2019
Alliance Hockey would like to see a Midget Rep division for non Body Checking players.  This league has seven (7) Member Associations interested in entering a team.
There is potential for it to be designated as A - no BC so that these teams can enter GTHL Midget A tournaments.

There is also potential to have a Championship between Alliance Teams and GTHL teams at the end of the Season.

Cambridge plans to enter a team in this new league.  This team will practice 1 night per week and play 1-2 games per week.

If you are interested, register as soon as possible so CMHA can assess the interest.

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