Peer Goalie Development is back!!!!, News (Cambridge roadrunners Girls' Hockey Association)

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Peer Goalie Development is back!!!!
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Cambridge roadrunners are pleased to announce that our Peer Goalie Development is back for its third straight year!

The program is run by our older-aged travel goalies and other volunteers who donate their time to help our younger goalies or those trying the position for our first time. 

All clinics are free of charge to any current registered roadrunner player!!!

The dates/times and locations for the clinics are as follows….  

Sunday November 4th 5pm-6pm (Sports Park) 
Friday November 9th 7pm to 8pm (Dickson) 
Sunday November 18th 5pm to 6pm (Sports Park) 
Saturday November 24th 11:30am-12:30pm (Hespeler) 
Sunday December 2nd 5pm to 6pm (Sports Park) 
Friday December 21st 6:30pm to 7:30pm (Sports Park)

Any questions should be directed to Greg Nagel at [email protected]  

To register for the sessions please click here.




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