Oceanside Minor Hockey seeks bantam rep players

Deadline is Wednesday, Aug. 10, to ensure competitive division players find a spot for coming season

Oceanside Minor Hockey finds itself short on bantam rep (competitive division) players, and the clock is ticking on the deadline to ensure it can field a bantam team for the 2016-17 season, the association announced last week.

To provide options for players to take part in the bantam competitive division, OMHA has set an Aug. 10 registration deadline to ensure a spot in the event overall turnout falls short of the minimum number of players to field a team.

Registration will be accepted after Aug. 10, but players who register after that date will not be provided options should OMHA be unable to field its own competitive bantam squad.

To register online or for more info, visit www.oceansidehockey.com or email registrar@oceanside.com.

—Submitted by OMHA

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