GMHA Tournament Recaps, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Jan 07, 2019 | Administration | 484 views
GMHA Tournament Recaps
A huge shout out to all the players, coaches, managers, trainers and parents, from near and far, who attended our tournaments in Gan over the Christmas Holidays!!

Thank you to the fans who came down to the arena to support their teams and watch the games.

Thank you to all the parents and volunteers from all our teams who manned the raffle tables, sold 50/50 tickets, and updated the scores. 

THANK YOU to Mary and Jackie for their countless hours running the canteen during ALL the tournaments and to the Arena Staff for all their work -- especially getting the zamboni back up and running when it "died" during the Atom House League Tournament!!

To our timekeepers -- THUMBS UP on a great job!!



Special thank you to those on the tournament committee (Brian, Jeremy, Sarah, Mike, Catherine, Tina and Marilynn) for their countless hours behind the scene in organizing and running all these tournaments.

--GMHA Executive


TOURNAMENT WINNERS ..........


House League Challenges 
Novice -- Brockville Braves
Atom -- Storrington Stingers
Peewee House -- Lourdes
Bantam House -- Brockville Braves

Gananoque Holiday Classic 
Atom REP -- Frontenac Flyers  
Peewee REP -- Smiths Falls Bears

Rich Robinson Memorial Tournament
Bantam -- South Stormont Selects

Scott Easton Memorial Tournament
Midget -- Newcastle Stars

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