2019 CBHA Junior Nationals

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2019 CBHA Junior Nationals

Congrats to our KW Rangers, winning Bronze Medals at the 2019 National Junior Championships, an amazing accomplishment, remember boys, as of end of April we weren't sending a team, and...

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We are working on getting a new secure website up and running, please be patient as we transfer all data over.    Thank you for your patience. 

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Official’s Information 
All OBHF referees must attend a certification clinic and pass a written exam in order to officiate within the OBHF. These clinics are offered in February and March every year. The certification is valid for one year, and referees are required to register annually. Upon successful completion of a clinic, referees receive a CBHA Casebook/Rulebook, and Officials Card. They will also receive copies of the OBHF Newsletter and Official's Update called "Technically Speaking". If interested please email or click here to download an application form.

Timekeepers (Minor Officials)
We are looking for individuals who are interested in becoming a minor official timekeeping in the leagues. Previous experience would be preferred, but our division convenors will train on the job. Reliable transportation required as is a basic knowledge of the rules of the game. If interested please send us an email .

Coaches Corner
We want you to consider offering your talents and enthusiasm to coach one of our house league teams. If you are willing to give some of your time to provide a valuable service to our children by coaching, please contact Dave Leitch or simply check off your level of interest on the Registration form

Who can play? it is "A Game Anyone Can Play!" In this day and age when disposable income is at a premium the game of ball hockey is an affordable and fun way to get the kids out to participate and meet people. We encourage groups of individuals to sign up and play our sport with their friends or register as individuals to meet and make new friends.

LEVEL
AGE OF PARTICIPANT
Squirt Born in 2014 & 2015
Tyke Born in 2012 & 2013
Novice Born in 2010 & 2011
Atom Born in 2008 & 2009
Peewee Born in 2006 & 2007
Girls U10 Born in 2010 or after
Girls U12 Born in 2008 or after
Girls U14 Born in 2006 or after
Girls U17 Born in 2002 of after
Bantam Born in 2004 & 2005
Junior Born in 2002 & 2003

The Squirt division doesn't offer a provincial championship as it is viewed as an introduction to our sport.

If the league doesn't have enough girls registered within the age bracket, the league will combine them with the boys one year younger. Please note the Ontario Ball Hockey Federation offer's Provincial Championships at Tyke, Novice, Atom, Peewee, Girls U14, Girls U16 and Girls Open (U18), Bantam and Junior divisions. Our houseleague convenors will appoint coaches for the provincial selected teams which will compete against the other OBHF minor centre's at the respective level of play at the provincial championships in July.

The Kitchener Minor Ball Hockey Leagues endeavors to ensure the continued improvement of individual playing skills and enjoyment of the game through, contributing to the individual's personal growth through the development of self-confidence, fair play, and sportsmanship, monitoring and ensuring the fair and equitable distribution of playing time, and improvement of the individual's skill base. The league believes that participation in team sports is a valuable aid in the development of individual life skills. Through the teaching of fair play, sportsmanship and respect, the league's work towards the development of socially responsible young adults. 

The Kitchener Minor Ball Hockey League does not allow for embarrassing the opposition by "running up the score" or any verbal abuse during games. The league believes in the worth of the individual and has set a "fair play code" to ensure that all players, regardless of skill level, are entitled to an equal opportunity to participate in all games sanctioned by the Kitchener Minor Ball Hockey Leagues.