Juvenile Division Registration Information, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Jul 15, 2018 | lguthrie | 1234 views
Juvenile Division Registration Information
The Point Edward Minor Athletic Association is excited to announce we are holding our first registration for our new Juvenile Division on Wednesday, July 25th at the front office at the Point Edward arena.  

Registration will be $300.00.  These fees will cover league fees/insurance, officials, timekeeping, jerseys etc.  Players will retain their jerseys at the end of the season.  Cheques can be post-dated for September 15, 2018.


The Lambton Middlesex Local League will determine the schedule for the Juvenile Division.  Teams will have both home and away games – no practices.  Our home ice time for Juvenile will be Saturday evenings 9:00-10:30pm.  15 skaters and 2 goalies can play each game however, we can add more than that to our roster as players that age have jobs, competing commitments etc.


Players registering should be aware there are strict rules around zero tolerance for drugs/alcohol and stiff penalties/suspensions for infractions and fighting.  Our goal is to provide an opportunity for players to extend their minor hockey experience until they are ready for a men’s recreational league.


Order of being added to the roster will be:


  • Point Edward residents within the age requirements
  • Returning players based upon years of service in our Program
  • Open registration


Please review the age chart in the link below to ensure you meet the criteria for registration. 

Age Reference Chart 2018-19


We will be accepting applications for Coaching/Bench Staff immediately.  Please direct all inquiries to the website www.pointminor.ca

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