Cambridge roadrunners 25th Annual New Year’s Challenge Cup Girls Hockey Tournament January 18th-20th, 2019, News (Cambridge roadrunners Girls' Hockey Association)

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Cambridge roadrunners 25th Annual New Year’s Challenge Cup Girls Hockey Tournament January 18th-20th, 2019
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Wednesday, May 2, 2018
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The Cambridge roadrunners look forward to having your team participate in our Annual Girls Hockey Tournament. 

This tournament will have Competitive and House League Divisions

4 Games Minimum Guaranteed 
Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal winners 
MVP (Most Valuable Player) for each game

Divisions/Times/Cost 
Intermediate A, Midget AA, Midget A, Midget BB, Bantam AA, Bantam A and Peewee AA will consist of 12-15-15 stop time periods with a flood 
Entry Fee $1400.00 

All Other Divisions (Novice HL, Novice B, Atom HL, Atom AA, Atom A, Atom BB, Atom B, Peewee HL, Peewee A, Peewee BB, Peewee B, Bantam HL, Bantam BB, Midget/Intermediate HL) 
will consist of 12-12-12 stop time periods 
Entry Fee $1230.00

Space will be limited, so get your registration in right away because divisions fill quickly. Full payment must be completed before any entry is confirmed.


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Special Notes

Games will begin as early as 8am on Friday and 7am on both Saturday and Sunday

CrGHA reserves the right to change and/or cancel divisions as needed.

Post dated cheques are not acceptable

 

Tournament Contact

Jim Pereira [email protected]

 

Travel Permits/Rosters/Player Pick-Up Consent Forms

Please submit a copy of your Travel Permit and Roster to [email protected]

Bring the original copies, along with any Player Pick-up Consent Forms to the first game at the rink your team will be playing for verification

REFUNDS – if you are unable to attend the tournament for reasons including, but not limited to, inclement weather, fight cancellations, or automobile mechanical failures, or, if the tournament is interrupted or completely cancelled, through no fault of ours, no refunds will be provided

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