Hockey’s 15 annual “Female Fall Faceoff” accepting registration

The Female Fall Faceoff tournament will be held in Sooke at SEAPARC from November 8 to 11.

  • Sep. 18, 2013 12:00 p.m.

This year the Female Fall Faceoff tournament will be held in Sooke at SEAPARC from November 8 to 11, 2013. Registration is currently being accepted for Novice, Peewee, Bantam and Midget teams.

The deadline for submitting your team is October 1, and the roster will be set by October 5.

Every team (except Novice) will play a minimum of four games including the playoffs. Novice girls will play three games with no playoffs.

For the third year there will be a Skills Competition where a group of four girls can compete against other groups with the rest of their team watching and cheering from the stands.

The registration fee for this year will be $1,150,  and $800 for Novice. The fee is payable at registration.

As part of the tournament every girl participating will receive a quality gift, drinks and snacks will be provided after games in the change room.

For more information, you can visit the Sooke Minor Hockey League webpage at

http://sookeminorhockey.ca/page.php?page_id=5494

 

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