Minor Peewee Jets Seeking Interested Players, News (Unionville Minor Hockey Association)

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Minor Peewee Jets Seeking Interested Players
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Friday, October 6, 2017
The Unionville Jets Select program has been an integral part of the UMHA for many years. The mission of this program is to provide added development opportunities for house league hockey players interested in upgrading their skills, and to give these players the opportunity and the enjoyment of representing their hometown in a more competitive environment. We like to think of it as an “All Stars” program.

The Minor Peewee Select team is looking for players born in 2006 that would be interested in participating in such a program.  The team is also looking for a player who has an interest in being a goalie. 

All players trying out for JETS MUST reside within the City of Markham's boundaries or have participated in the UMHA House League program for two (2) consecutive years in order to be eligible to participate.  All players must also be registered in the UMHA house league program.

If you are interested in being a part of this great program, please contact [email protected]

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