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2014 SENIOR PLAYER DRAFT

Feb. 25, 2014

The 2014 Senior Player Draft will be held on 20th March 2014.

Player try-outs, both Checking (915pm) and Non Checking (8pm) levels, will be held on 18th March 2014 at the Icehouse.

All players intending to enter the Draft are required to attend these try-outs or won’t be consider for the draft.

Players wishing to be included in the Draft MUST be registered on Pointstreak, with registration fee paid and have submitted all required paperwork by 14th March 2014 at 10am.

Due to changes in IHA policy senior aged women can no longer play in the IHV Midget grade. If you wish to play hockey over winter you will need to enter the Senior non-checking draft to gain potential access to Premier C spots.

All players entering the Draft must be registered and the required registration fee paid prior to 14th March. This is NOT an extendable time frame and if all the necessary paperwork completed and submitted to IHV and the required fees paid you will NOT be included in the Draft process. No exceptions !!! The registration fee covers IHA/IHV Registration only, additional ice fees, club fees will be payable once you are drafted to a club. The club will advise you of those.

The online Pointstreak registration system is operational now for 2014 and the required access and links will be provided below. In the meantime players should complete either of the following forms and return them to the IHV Secretary on secretary@ihv.org.au

For registration please follow this link and select PS or Player draft:

https://registration2.pointstreak.com/rfs/pslogin.do?leagueNo=2553&season=2272

Those wishing to be considered for checking grades Premier A and Premeir Reserve should follow this link:

http://tinyurl.com/2014draftSENIORS

Those wishing to be considered for non-checking grade Premier C should follow this link:

http://tinyurl.com/2014draftSENIORS

 


 

 

 

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