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*Attention* - Girls Interested in Lower Lakes Female Hockey League - Category B Hockey
Submitted By Kelly Helm MacKinnon on Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Attention - Girls Interested in Lower Lakes Female Hockey League – Category B Hockey

If a particular age group of girls would like to compete next season as a B center and would like to hold spring tryouts, a parent from that age group needs to approach the KMHA Vice President of Girl's Hockey, Bob Richards, by April 11, 2018.

In the communication with the VP, this parent must have the following:

1. A list of names of players interested in playing on such a team. 
2. An email from the parents of the players who plan to attend tryouts and commit to the team if they are successful.
3. An estimate of the numbers of girls in the age group.

In addition, by April 11th, any interested coaches will need to submit a coaching application for the Girls B teams (the coach will only be selected for the B team and if a team is not created then this coach will need to re-submit an application to coach the girl’s C team.)   

All girls who are currently registered in Kincardine for the current year and are attending tryouts, must register online prior to taking to the ice for a tryout.   If a girl is coming from another Centre, she will need to provide the proper paperwork prior to tryouts.               

As there is usually a higher cost for spring ice, all players registered in Kincardine, prior to tryouts, will be required to pay a one time tryout fee of $40 per skater which is non-refundable.   Girls not registered in Kincardine will need to pay $50 per skater.  The tryout fees will need to be collected by a member of the staff. 

Note - teams choosing to have spring ice tryouts will not be allotted the same ice time as teams having fall tryouts.  This means there may be a period during the fall tryouts and evaluations where all other teams are on the ice more frequently then the girls teams that had spring tryouts.  

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact Bob Richards, Vice President Girl's Hockey, by phone 519-396-2451, cell 519-955-2451 or email at [email protected] 
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