The registration deadline for the Community Sledge Hockey Tournament is nearing.

Sign up for sledge hockey tournament

Deadline to register for day-long competition is Nov. 11

Registration has opened for the third annual Community Sledge Hockey Tournament Saturday, Nov. 26 at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Complex.

The event, hosted by the City of Surrey and SportAbility, offers members of the community a chance to participate in the sport, and also serves as a fundraiser for the Surrey sledge hockey program.

Play begins at 9 a.m. and continues through to 5 p.m., with an awards presentation to follow. Teams are provided with sleds and sticks for six players, with players responsible for pads (elbow and shoulder), a helmet with a full cage, gloves, and goalie equipment.

Registration deadline is Nov. 11, and more information is available at http://sportabilitybc.ca/3rd-annual-sledge-hockey-showdown/

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