Summer League Skill Test Sessions

01/10/2017

Due to the growing popularity of ice hockey in the ACT, IHACT have moved the Senior D and Women’s competition to summer commencing this summer.

Senior D and Women’s league will benefit from better ice availability, a more consistent schedule with regular training and game times mid-week, with most weekends free. The new summer league also allows IHACT to grow our membership and increase teams and competitions where required.

All new players wishing to join the Senior D or Women’s League will be required to attend a pre-season skill test session to ensure they have basic skating skills and hockey knowledge required for beginner leagues. This applies to all new players who did not participate in the 2016/17 IHACT Summer competitions.

All new players who haven’t attended an IHACT academy or skating lessons from the rink are encouraged to contact the rink for lessons prior to the season starting.

Where: Phillip Ice Skating Rink

Cost: $20per player

MALE & FEMALE PLAYERS

 

Tuesday 03.10.2017 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm  

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Sessions may be split into 2 x 1hour sessions depending on numbers. All players will be notified closer to the session.

Due to the popularity of Senior D, there are limited spots available for the 2017/18 Summer Season. All players attending the Skills Test are advised they may not be offered a position.

All new players will be required to have their own equipment to participate in the Summer leagues. To see a full list of requirements click here.

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Summer League Player Eligibility

Returning players from the 2016/17 Senior D or Women’s League are not required to attend the skills tests and can register directly for the summer season as per their previous team.

Female players who would like to enquire about playing Senior D league as a second league, need to notify the Senior Delegate & Women’s League Coordinator of their intention. All available spots will be filled first by new male players, followed by female players who are registered in the Women’s league.

Players who have recently competed in the Senior C Winter Competition need to contact the Senior Delegate before registering.