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  • crfmha announces esso fun days

    CRFMHA is pleased to announce a FREE 6-week program intended for girls who haven't played hockey previously. Esso Fun Days will run from May 20th to June 23rd at the following times and locations. Players must wear full equipment.

     

    DATES:

    Mon May 20 @ 5 - 6 pm (Westhills Arena)

    Mon May 27 @ 5 - 6 pm (Westhills Arena)

    Mon June 3 @ 5 - 6 pm (Westhills Arena)

    Mon June 10 @ 5 - 6 pm (Westhills Arena)

    Mon June 17 @ 5 - 6 pm (Westhills Arena)

    Sun June 23 @ 9:30 - 10:30 am (Pearkes Arena)

     

    Thank you to ESSO, Hockey Canada and BC Hockey for supporting CRFMHA to offer this great program.

     

    For more information, contact us.

    McDonald's Canada atoMc program is a supporter of crfmha

    CRFMHA would like to acknowledge McDonald's Canada for its support of our atom female program. atoMc is a McDonald’s Canada minor hockey sponsorship program of house league Atom programs nationwide by supplying jerseys and socks to all players. Thank you for our three sets, McDonald's, we can’t wait to see them on our girls!

    the saunders family foundation commits to supporting crfmha now and in the future

    The Saunders family has a decades long tradition of supporting female minor hockey in greater Victoria. The Saunders Family Foundation has now extended that commitment well into the future by pledging annual financial support to CRFMHA, for which we are extremely grateful. On behalf of girls around Capital Regional District, please accept our thanks and gratitude.

    Capital Region Female Minor Hockey Association Approved to Begin Play in 2019-2020 Season

    BC Hockey’s Board of Directors has approved our membership application making Capital Region Female Minor Hockey Association (MHA) both a new MHA in Greater Victoria and the first female MHA on Vancouver Island.

    Declining Registration in CRD

    BC Hockey registration data for the current season demonstrate a 34% decline in female registration over the past four seasons. This would be reversed by a female MHA.

    2019-2020 Projections

    Currently there are 3 Regional 'A' teams and 4 House 'C' teams based in Victoria. If CRFMHA is approved and all players migrate, the number of female teams would at least DOUBLE instantly!

    2019-2020 'A' Teams

    Based on category of play for the current season, there would be more than enough female Rep (carded) players to compete for spots on CRFMHA 'A' teams in Peewee, Bantam and Midget.

    BC Hockey Supports Creation of Female Minor hockey associations

    See our 'Documents' page for full report