Registration open for Oscar Hickes tourney

PORT ALICE-33rd annual hockey tournament commemorates former millworker and hockey standout

PORT ALICE—Registration is now under way for the 33rd annual Oscar Hickes Memorial Hockey Tournament, which is scheduled for Mar. 8-11 at Port Alice Arena.

Competition will be held in four divisions — A (competitive), B (commercial), C (recreational) and D (old-timers).

The registration cost is $600 per team with an additional fee for insurance. The field will be limited to 16 teams, with the first to pay the first to secure their berth. The deadline to submit payment is Feb. 10.

Cheques should be made out to Oscar Hickes Society and mailed to PO Box 66, Port Alice, BC, V0N 2N0. Include the team name, division and the name of a contact person.

For information, email oscarhickes@gmail.com.

 

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