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Sept. Dev Payments, Oct, Update, New Rosters and Eligibility
Submitted By Jay Allen on Sun 09 27, 20
Hello Wolves Faithful,

As we progress into October and the later Stages of the OMHA Return to Play Protocols we will be adding more ice times and hopefully more programming (Dev. and Games) for the players.

With that said we need to reconcile ALL the September Development Session Payments. If you participated in these sessions (One Price for all sessions) and if you have NOT already paid, please go to our Online Forms or click here for the Payment Form.

We will be releasing the Costs, Dates, Times and Locations of the October Development Sessions by Tuesday (September 29th) morning too which you will be required to make a Payment for October. 

NOTE: IF YOU HAVE NOT PAID FOR THE SEPTEMBER SESSIONS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE ICE FOR THE OCTOBER SESSIONS.

As of October 1st 2020 the OMHA will begin establishing Official Development Rosters per age group per Association which will become the basis for the next stage of programming. This will include 3-3, 4-4 game play with Teams in adjacent PHU's.

MUST READ: General Info. on Rostering after October 1st.

Therefore, if your child was a rostered AAA player with COWHA (not an AP) and IS going to participate at a AAA level with COWHA for the next staging they must be registered with us, their current AAA Centre (the AAA Centre they played with last season 2019-2020) or their Home Centre.

If your child was a rostered AAA player with COWHA (not an AP) and is NOT planning to participate at a AAA level with COWHA and is NOT registering with their Official Home Centre you need to ensure that their eligibility is not in question.

Playing in a non-sanctioned league or doing private skills training that has game play AS AN ALTERNATIVE to participating in the OMHA staging through your relevant and approved association (The AAA Centre in which your child played last season OR your Official Home Centre) may put your child 2020-21 OHMA Eligibility at risk. Please check with the OMHA to ensure you are not jeopardizing your child's 2020-21 eligibility.

Go.Wolves.Go


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