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Girls steal spotlight in Ontario’s Steeltown
HAMILTON, Canada – When your World Girls’ Ice Hockey Weekend features close to 20 games with more than 500 girls participating, you know you must be doing something right. But Saturday’s successful event showcasing many of the top bantam and midget players in Ontario’s third-largest city didn’t come out of nowhere.
In fact, the seeds were sown back in April 2014, when the Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association (SCGHA) hosted the ESSO Cup in partnership with the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association and Hockey Canada. The ESSO Cup is the girls’ midget national championship, and it helped the SCGHA build new relationships, including with Cable 14.
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On September 24th, the Stoney Creek Atom AA Sabres led by Coach Chapman completed the Kidney Walk in Confederation Park in Hamilton. This annual event is one of Canada’s largest community event dedicated to raising funds for kidney research and programs that help support Canadians living with kidney disease. Team Chapman completed the 4.5km walk together and more importantly the team raised $2,606 for Kidney research. Excellent job Sabres.
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