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Norfolk Amalgamation
Submitted By Lloyd Williams on Tuesday, October 30, 2018
I am sure with the news that Norfolk is likely to have an A Center and Major/Minor teams in the near future there will be some players interested in trying out.  There are some rules that are important to understand especially if you are new to hockey boundaries and rules regarding where you play.  One of the most important things to understand is Right of Choice, if you have questions please be sure to speak with our Rep Convenor, Dale Held.

Any player that wishes to tryout for an A center or higher can do so without restriction or interference from a lower category center but where you live and how you pick your home center can make a difference in your tryout restrictions.

You can always tryout for "A" but you only get one tryout and going back to a lower category center can be made much simpler if your Right of Choice is made with the smaller center.  By choosing Hagersville as your ROC (if you have the choice) it is open for any player to come back and tryout but if you choose the A center first then there are restrictions on whether or not you would be permitted to make the team.

The A center you tryout for also has residential restrictions.
It will be important for families to know if they live areas outside of Simcoe, Waterford and Port Dover that they may have the choice to tryout in Hagersville and are welcome to join. 

We will educate our coaches and Executive members on the choices and restrictions with time, in the meantime make sure you know before you go.

Have a great season!  
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