Update September 15th, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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Update September 15th
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Tue 09 15, 20
Please double check the schedule below to confirm your child's ice time. Several emails had incorrect times. Your child's grouping (Downie or McKee) is correct in your email.

Several have questioned why their child is not in their age group. As an example there are 47 registered in U13 and by COVID 19 restrictions and we can only put 20 on the ice at once. We have moved 7 players to the bantam age group where we had 33 registrants, this gives us 4 ice times of 20 participants. We will adjust in segment two which is when we create teams of ten based on OMHA Regulations for this year. It will be a challenge. Segment One was approved as a skill development session only.

We are taking registrations on a waiting list as we try to balance all our groups to factors of ten. Please email [email protected] to get your child on that list.   Include your child's name, date of birth and playing division in your email. Watch for more updates in the next hours and days.
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