Bantams and midgets invited to try out for National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

Team B.C. will bring 20 male and 20 female players to this year’s tournament in Nova Scotia

The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council (I-SPARC) is holding a selection camp April 6-8 in Kamloops for hockey players wanting to play in the 2018 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC).

Team BC will be represented by one male and one female team, each including a maximum 20 bantam or midget-aged players born between 2000-04.

A players must be a resident of B.C. and of Aboriginal ancestry (First Nations, Inuit, Metis). The camp fee is $120 per player and includes a Team B.C. Selection Camp jersey.

The 2018 NAHC will be hosted May 6-12 in Membertou, Nova Scotia.

Get more info at event-wizard.com/teambcnahc2018/0/welcome/

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