The Ontario Ball Hockey Association (OBHA) is a non-profit organization that is officially recognized by the Province of Ontario, Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, and the Canadian Ball Hockey Association.
The OBHA now in its 35th year of operation, is pleased to announce the City of Waterloo will play host to the 2010 Junior National Championships the week of July 29 to August 1 with games at the Waterloo Recreation Complex and Albert Mc Cormick Community Centre.
The Junior National Championships will see teams from across the country competing for ‘orange ball’ supremacy during the event all culminating at the Albert Mc Cormick Community Centre on Sunday, August 1 for the ‘Day of Champions’
The Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA) Junior National Championships will offer four levels of play, U-15 (1995 & 1996), U-17 (1993 & 1994), U-19 (1991 & 1992) and the inaugural Girls U-17 (1993 or before). The games will commence at all three venues on Thursday, July 29.
The Tri Cities Ball Hockey League will have a host team at every level of competition. The TCBHL (KW Rangers and Cambridge Canucks) will be posting tryout information only to registered players in the programs. We will have more information pertaining to tryouts by March 2010, but look for staff postings for each of the teams in January. For more information on the local programs offered visit, www.tricitiesballhockey.com.
This event will be the first for scouting of players for the 2012 Junior Team Canada on the U16, U18, U20 or Women’s Team Canada at the World Championships in 2011.
For more information, on the Ontario Ball Hockey Association, visit the OBHA web site at www.ontarioballhockey.ca or Canadian Ball Hockey Association, visit their web site at www.cbha.com.