The Ontario Ball Hockey Association is proud to announce the inception of the Bradford Minor Ball Hockey League. Beginning in Summer 2010, the Bradford program will be spearheaded by current Richmond Hill Program Director, Marco Mariani. Marco has dedicated the past five years to growing the Richmond Hill program from 90 players to over 400 players this summer of 2009. Marco’s current program is regarded as one of the most highly organized and fun leagues operating in the OBHA. He has dedicated many hours to the sport, most of them as a volunteer and continues to foster youth development and fair play with innovative ideas and structured programs.
The Bradford Minor program will take place at the Bradford & District Community Centre. At this time dates and times have yet to be determined. The inaugural season will commence in late April of 2010 and run through to early July.
All participants will be provided with a full uniform including Jersey, Shorts, and Socks. Further to that; annual awards, and picture day will also be part of the registration package. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding registration. Flyers will be distributed in schools in December 2009, and online registration will be available January 2010. All age groups will have an all-star chosen to represent Bradford at the provincial championships, which are held annually. Parents and players will be asked to vote on the clubs name…..perhaps the Bradford Bulldogs!
With the summer season winding down and the fall breeze upon us we are now inching ever closer to the start of another season.
The Greater Toronto Minor Ball Hockey Association would like to announce that we will be having a fall program in Mississauga’s Rink City Sportsplex, Vaughan’s AC Milan Sports Centre, and Downsview Parks Hangar starting the second week of September for only $99.00
Rink City (Mavis and Burnamthorpe), AC Milan Sports Centre (400 and Teston), Downsview Park (Keele and Sheppard) are all new sports complexes that offer year round ball hockey. Join now to continue playing the sport that we all grow up playing, watching, and loving.
All programs begin the second week of September and run for 11 straight weekends.
Sign up now to save money and reserve your spot . For more information click HERE for the fall flyer.
There is presently much speculation as to the impact that the H1N1 virus will have on Canadians over the next few months. Organizations have been urged to stress to their members steps that should be taken to prevent the spread of the virus, and to have plans in place to alleviate any hardships that may come of the spread of H1N1.
The Bradford Minor Ball Hockey League has rescheduled the games that were cancelled due to the wet floor. Schedules will be handed out at your next game but the changes have been made and can been seen right here on our website.
Sunday July 11 is the day of champions. A day where we celebrate, hand out awards and enjoy some BBQ compliments of M&M Meats.