2017/18 Registration OPENS May 19, News (Wilmot Girls Hockey)

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2017/18 Registration OPENS May 19
Submitted By Blair Ernest on Thursday, May 18, 2017
Registration for the 2017-2018 season is now open for Fundamentals, Novice (Rep and LL), Atom – Intermediate LL and Senior B.

Register early to ensure your spot. If paying by cheque in order to confirm your spot - you must send in cheques, or otherwise your spot will not be guaranteed until payment is received. Team numbers will be capped this year (Except Fundamentals) so don't delay and be disappointed.  

Please go to the registration tab on the Wolverine Website – http://www.wilmotgirlshockey.com/  Fees are listed in the registration pages

There will be no early bird fee this year and team numbers will be capped - so register early to ensure your spot. Fundamentals do not have a player number cap.

Late fees of $100.00 take effect July 15 for Novice to Intermediate. For Senior and Fundamentals it will take effect on Sept 1.

Novice players wishing to try out for the Novice Rep team need to also sign up for the tryouts with the tryout form  - https://wilmotgirlshockey.com/Forms/2440/
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