Cut off for Registration is April 30th at midnight.
- All registrations for U8 and above age groups received after May 1st will incur a $100 late registration fee which must be paid by September 30th before the player will be added to a roster.
- Please note that registrations received after May 1st may result in players being put on a waiting list pending the number of players registered for that age division. Please register prior to April 30th to avoid possible disappointment or missing out on participation for next season.
IMPORTANT FINANCIAL DETAILS:
See below for the payment schedule.
- Final payment including any late fees must be made by September 30th or the player will not be allowed to participate until full payment is received.
- If there is any balance owing from this season or prior, the player will be blocked from registering for the current season until full payment has been received. This includes registration at other centers as well as BMHA.
- If you require financial assistance, please visit our financial assistance page here.
General Questions/Concerns – Jody Pardy – [email protected]
Registration related questions – Karen Gillespie –[email protected]
Payment/Fee Related questions: Dave Parry – [email protected]
Payment is to be made by e-transfer to: [email protected] with security answer hockey
by Cheque to: Brock Minor Hockey Association, PO Box 691, Beaverton, Ontario L0K1A0
Please note that players must have paid the full 2022-23 season fees before they will be allowed to participate in the 2023-24 season.
In addition all payments must be received by Sept 30th before the player will be rostered to a team for the 2023-24 season.
Other Important Information:
All new registered players must have at least one parent complete the "Respect In Sports" course before your child can be rostered onto your team. This can be accessed through: https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/
All players will also be required to acknowledge Rowan's Law in HCR.
What is Rowan’s law?
Rowan’s Law (Concussion Safety), makes Ontario a national leader in concussion management and prevention by establishing mandatory requirements that call for:
· Annual review of concussion awareness resources that help prevent, identify and manage concussions, which athletes, coaches, educators and parents would be required to review before registering in a sport.
· Removal-from-sport and return-to-sport protocols, to ensure that an athlete is immediately removed from sport if they are suspected of having sustained a concussion and giving them the time required to heal properly
· A concussion code of conduct that would set out rules of behavior to minimize concussions while playing sport.
In honor of Rowan Stringer, the 17-year-old rugby player whose death resulted from sustaining multiple concussions, the legislation establishes the last Wednesday in September as “Rowan’s Law Day”.
Ontario is the first jurisdiction in Canada to pass concussion safety legislation, setting a precedent for sport legislation across the country. The Ontario government worked closely with key medical experts, athletes, coaches and sport leaders – most notably the members of the Rowan’s Law Advisory Committee – in establishing this first-of-its-kind legislation.
Every Trainer on a team must have their HTCP Level 1. The Hockey Trainer Certification Program is designed to educate people in the prevention, recognition and management of hockey-related injuries and is the only sport-specific risk management, injury management and safety education program in Ontario.
Started in the 2019-2020 season, participants will be required to review the issued Concussion Awareness Resources, sign the acknowledgement form and submit it to their respective minor hockey association.
Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement form: