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Hockey season hits Parksville Qualicum Beach

Hockey season is here once again and Oceanside Place has already been busy.

Rep tryouts are being held for the Oceanside Minor Hockey Association and with the league starting up soon, it’s time to step back out on the ice for a lot of players.

Women’s hockey has also been on the rise, leading to the Oceanside Women’s Hockey League being formed for the first time this year. Women new to hockey or who do not want to travel to play are encouraged to join this all-abilities league.

The league needs two teams to run, if more women register a third team will be added and games will be played two nights a week. Weekly games are scheduled for Tuesdays, starting September 23, from 7:45 to 9:15 pm.

CARHA personal insurance is added to the registration fee of $182 for 11 games. Register with RDN recreation and parks at 250-248-3252, stop by Oceanside Place or online at rdn.bc.ca/recreation.

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