Exceptional Player Movement Policy, News (Southpoint Minor Hockey)

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Exceptional Player Movement Policy
Submitted By Andrea Symons on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Attached is the Southpoint Minor Hockey Association's Exceptional Player Movement Policy for those players of exceptional ability from a lower age division wishing to tryout and play for teams in the next higher age division.

Should your son/daughter wish to be considered, a request and a $50.00 fee must be submitted to the SMHA's Director of Rep 1 week (7 days) prior to the beginning of Rep tryouts.



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