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Mandatory Body Checking Clinic - All Minor Bantam Players Must Attend (Birth Year 2006)
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Friday, March 22, 2019
All participants wishing to tryout for the Glancaster Bombers (AA, A or AE) in their Minor Bantam season where body checking is permitted must complete a Body Checking Clinic prior to the start of their Minor Bantam Spring tryouts.

Glancaster Bombers Rep (AMHL & GMHA) is offering 2 separate Body Checking Clinics prior to the April 22nd tryout checking clinic.  If a 2006 Minor Bantam player attends one of these prior clinics they will not be required to attend the April 22nd clinic.  If a player attends a clinic at the Bulldogs/Huskies AAA tryout, a proof of registration/attending their checking clinic or proof of attending a clinic from a surrounding organization you will not be required to attend the April 22nd clinic. 

 

Register for Pre-tryout Checking clinic HERE


Clinic 1 (FULL): April 3rd, Morgan Firestone Arena, 6:30pm-8:00pm

                        Cost - $10/player (pay cash at front desk, proof of attending clinic given)

Clinic 2:  (FULL): April 5th, Morgan Firestone Arena, 7:00pm-8:30pm

                        Cost - $10/player (pay cash at front desk, proof of attending clinic given)

Clinic 3: April 22nd, Morgan Firestone Arena, 5:00pm-6:30pm

                        Cost is included as part of the tryout fee


No player will be allowed on the ice for the Glancaster Minor Bantam tryouts if they have not attended an approved checking clinic or able to provide proof of attending the following: Glancaster pre-tryout clinic registration, AAA Huskies/Bulldogs release letter or letter/receipt stating a clinic was completed through a neighbouring association.  This clears Glancaster (AMHL & GMHA) of any liability during tryouts.
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