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Riverview 2014

Outdoor Winter Classic

Hockey Tournament

January 21 - 25

5/6 & 7/8 House League

Age groups & Fees:
5/6 House League $250
7/8 House League $300
Atom A2 $300

  • All teams are guaranteed three games minimum
  • A reasonable effort will be made to accommodate league schedules
  • The majority of games on the weekend, but there may be some evening games

Registration Deadline: January 9, 2015
(Entry fees non-refundable after this date)

Location: All games are outdoors at
Riverview Community Centre 90 Ashland Avenue

  • Team awards for top placing teams
  • Loot bags for all participating players
  • Free hot chocolate for players after every game
  • Hot food available Friday-Sunday
  • Silent Auction/Loonie Stick/50-50 Draws

Contact us:
Shaun Hampton
shaun.hampton@gov.mb.ca
204-793-0615

If you want more information on the hockey tournament, or you wish to register, click here.

 

2014 Winter Catching Clinic

   

Team Canada's 2013 Junior National Team catcher, Hailey Unger, will be
hosting softball catching clinics this Christmas break. 

These position-specific sessions will be held at the Home Run Sports
Training Centre and will cover all the skills your catcher needs to know. 

Registration deadline is December 20, 2014 and enrollment is limited to 12
catchers per session.

Session 1 - Ages 13 - 18
Monday, December 29, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Session 2 - Ages 9 - 12
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Location: Home Run Sports Training Centre, 905 King Edward Street, Winnipeg
Cost: $50

Note: Catchers will need to bring their own gear.

1. Complete the attached form and email to Hailey Unger at
hailey.unger.12@dwu.edu
2. Forward payment by cheque payable to:

Hailey Unger
7 Swansea Cove
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3R 3J1

 

Hockey & Skiing

Schedules for pleasure skating will be posted in the Hall.

 

Jackrabbit Hockey

Cost is 60.00 for the season.
Begins when the ice at RVCC is ready for use and practices are Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
The goal is to have fun while learning basic hockey skills in a casual environment.  It helps if the players have basic skating skills, but all are welcome to join.  It is recommended that skating lessons be taken in the fall to increase confidence on the ice for the Jackrabbit season.  Skating skills and basic passing and puck handling are practiced and there is a short game to end the session.  Parents are welcome and encouraged to come out on the ice to help out.

 

Equipment

A helmet and cage are mandatory.  It is strongly recommended that shin pads, elbow pads and hockey gloves are worn.  Most players also wear hockey pants, but this is not required.

 

 

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Youth Hockey is registered and delivered through the

 

Fort Garry North Hockey Association

 

 

Homepage: http://www.fgnha.com/