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Aug 03, 2023 | Ejaye McComb | 1163 views
Some dates coming up (Attention U15 OMHA players)
Hope that everyone is having a great summer!

Some new dates to keep in mind for U15 OMHA players...



August 29 7-8PM we will hold a pre-skate for U15 OMHA players in Owen Sound. Get your equipment out and see what still fits!
Please indicate your interest by clicking here: https://tcdmha.com/Forms/2715/ 

August 31 7-8PM we will hold body-checking clinic in Owen Sound. Strongly recommended for U15 rep-hopeful players, but U18 rep players are welcome as well.
Please indicate your interest by clicking here: https://tcdmha.com/Forms/2700/
 
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