Advantages of Tilbury Local League, News (Kent Minor Hockey Association)

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Advantages of Tilbury Local League
Submitted By Martin Steele on Saturday, June 23, 2012
Any players from Chatham that wish to play Local League in Tilbury are allowed as this is part of Kent Minor Hockey.

This will allow players to "AP" back to the travel teams, along with being eligible to play in tournaments. Body checking is permitted. Games are played in Tilbury and road games are in Essex county. There are NO GATE FEES in this league.If a player from Chatham decides to play in another center other than Tilbury or Chatham, they will not be allowed to "AP" back to the travel teams or be allowed to participate in tournaments due to OMHA residency rules. Contact Glenn Ryder by email at: [email protected]
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