The second annual Gord Sleivert coaches's game was well attended.

Sleivert coaches game raises over $2,200

The second Annual Gord Sleivert coaches’ game was well attended again this year.

The second Annual Gord Sleivert coaches’ game was well attended again this year. The Sooke Minor Hockey coaches continued the tradition of supporting the community through this event. It was an exiting, fast-paced and entertaining game! The final score was: Benchwarmers 12, Uncoachables 8.

The event raised over $2,200 and was made possible by the fans in attendance, the efforts of the volunteers, the organizers and sponsors.  Special thanks go to the coaches who played in the game and the on-ice officials who volunteered their time.

Submitted by Donna Perman and Tara MowatEvent Coordinators, SMHA


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