Registration deadlines loom for street hockey, ladies golf

Gazette sports briefs

Registration deadlines for several upcoming North Island sports activities are fast approaching, and prospective participants are urged to sign up promptly or risk missing out on the competition.

 

Hockey camp

The third Lou Lemire Summer Hockey Skills Camp in Port McNeill will take place Monday through Friday at Chilton Regional Arena, and online registration is encouraged as soon as possible to ensure a spot in the camp. The camp features a focus on individual skills and includes power skating, off-ice strength and stability training for players age six and over. Registration for the week is $425 and includes a camp jersey. Info and online registration at www.loulemirehockeycamp.com.

 

Street hockey

The Brian Burns Memorial Street Hockey Tournament returns to the Filomi Days athletic schedule Saturday, July 16, and teams must be signed up by Sunday, July 10, so that organizers can determine divisions and scheduling for the tourney.

Competition is available in several categories, including 5-8 years, 9-12 years, 13-16 years and 17-over. A ladies division will also be contested if enough teams are signed up.

Registration is $50 per team, and forms may be picked up at North Star Cycle and Sports on Market Street in Port Hardy. For more info, call Sue at 250-949-7617 or Dave at 250-949-7221.

 

Ladies Golf

Seven Hill Golf and Country Club will host the one-day Ladies Open Saturday, July 16, and the deadline to register is tomorrow afternoon.

The open includes a light breakfast starting at 7:30 a.m., and play begins with a shotgun start at 8:30. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to take part; no handicap is necessary.

Registration fee is $45 and includes meal. Reserve your spot by calling the Seven Hills pro shop at 250-949-9818.

 

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