Street hockey tourney returns

PORT HARDY - Filomi Days event now accepting registration for July 16 event

The Brian Burns Memorial Street Hockey Tournament will return to the Filomi Days lineup after a one-year absence.

The tourney, to be held on Hastings Street July 16 features play in several divisions for players from 5 years through adult, male and female.

Registration cost is $50 per team, and the deadline to sign up is July 10. Registration forms are available at North Star Cycle and Sports on Market Street.

For more info, call Sue at 250-949-7617 or Dave at 250-949-7221.

Filomi Days slo-pitch

The Filomi Days slo-pitch tournament also returns this summer, with a limited field of teams competing at Beaver Harbour ballfields July 15-17.

The tournament schedule will be Filomi-friendly, with breaks to take in the parade and other major events, tourney director David Deans said. For more info, call Deans at 250-949-7221.

 

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