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NCP Novice Development Program
Submitted By Kari Cipolla on Thursday, August 8, 2019
Registration is CLOSED for the NCP AAA NOVICE program SEPTEMBER 2019
Information contact: Roger Crandell    [email protected] 
The NCP association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting advanced skill development clinics for 2011 novice and 2012 minor novice players. Clinics are open to all players in the NCP zone including the surrounding communities of Oro, Midland, Penetang, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Parry Sound, Wasaga Beach, Huntsville, Coldwater, Elmvale and Orillia.

At each clinic, players will receive 4 hours of on-ice instruction, a game and also a fun introduction to age appropriate off ice training. Included in the registration fee, all players will receive an NCP hockey jersey, training T-shirt, water bottle and a pizza.
 
5 SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE !!!!
Register today!! 





There will be 3 clinics available for players, September 14/15, January 2/3 and during March Break. Registration is limited and players should register early to receive their spot. Registration opens at 12:00pm August 8 2019.
Registration Fee:$55.00
Date: September 14 & 15 2019
Location: Rama Arena

Saturday September 14 
Group 1
9:30am - skills on ice (1hour)
10:45am- intro to age appropriate strength & conditioning 
12:00pm - pizza lunch / parent info session
1:45pm- skills on ice (90mins)

Group 2
9:30am- intro to age appropriate strength and conditioning
10:45am- skills on ice (1hour)
12:00pm- pizza lunch / parent info session
1:45pm- skills on ice (90mins)

Sunday, September 15th
Group 1 & 2 Together
11:00am- skills & game (90mins)
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