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TCDMHA OMHA Coaches VS OWHA Coaches
OMHA Bench Staff vs OWHA Bench Staff, teams are set,  
 

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Sunday April 3rd, 2011

3:30pm in Chatsworth

Admission by donation with proceeds to support TCDMHA teams qualifying for Provincial Championship

A Fun afternoon with door prizes, The Voice of Desboro - Mr Murray McNabb will announce during the game.

Posters supporting the "Best Coach" and cheering is allowed.  We have a coach from each of the OWHA teams participating and currently Novice LL#2 leads the total team participation with 4 Bench staff participating.

GET YOUR POSTERS READY TO SUPPORT YOUR FAVOURITE COACH OR COACHES, we're going to make some noise and have some FUN.  Prizes for the best posters

Approved Rosters to date with Contracts still being signed daily, encourage your coach or trainer to come out and have some fun.    LAST GOAL WINS, Full Equipment

OMHA Rebels - Coach: Kevin Sutter,  Trainers:  John Miller & John Johnson
Tyke #1 - Jeff Wardell
Novice LL1 - Teresa Buys
Novice LL2 - Tim Gilchrist, Colleen Harrison, Kim Scott, Ken Kivell
Atom LL - Will Elliott, Marc Scott
Atom Rep - Chris Vokes, Paul Stewart, Randy Torrie 
PeeWee Rep - Dave Kuhl
PeeWee LL - Terry McNabb, Mike Longland, Dave Lisk (traded to OWHA as goalie)
Bantam LL - Jeff Waugh
Bantam Rep - Tom McCauley

OWHA Rebels - Coach - Women's Hockey Director Deb McNabb  Trainer: Sue Yost
Atom "C" - Chad Roney, Brad Vokes, Linda Thompsett
PeeWee "HL" - Larry Bryans
PeeWee "C" - Doug McGregor, Rob Weppler, Robert Vokes
Bantam "C" - Scott Horton
Midget "C" - Richard Doig, Tony Lisk
Coach Deb has acquired Dave Lisk to play goal for the OWHA team.


Novice LL2 leads the way with 4 coaches participating. 

Each OWHA teams has a representative playing - WAY TO GO OWHA.

Currently have 3 teams with 3 bench staff participating which team can get full participate or break this tie??












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