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Warren Women’s Hockey Association gears up for the 2023 season with come-and-try day

Melissa PedeltyManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Warren Women’s Hockey Association vome-and-try day participants and on-the-day coach volunteers.
Camera IconWarren Women’s Hockey Association vome-and-try day participants and on-the-day coach volunteers. Credit: Melissa Pedelty/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

In an exciting start to the 2023 Manjimup hockey season, the Warren Women’s Hockey Association hosted a come-and-try day last Saturday for all enthusiastic young hockey players of varying skill levels.

More than 45 children — aged six to 12 years old — from Manjimup and surrounds attended and enjoyed a variety of skill developing drills, games and fun, followed by a free sausage sizzle and goodies supplied by Hockey WA.

WWHA junior co-ordinator Carol Samsa — who said she was grateful for Global Advanced Metals and Keith Old from Hockey WA who helped run the event — said the come-and-try day was hugely successful with great numbers and great weather.

“We’re really happy with the response,” she said.

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“The kids played really well and we’re hoping word of mouth will bring even more down to play once the season starts.”

Registrations for the 2023 season are now open for all grades, including both junior and senior with the season set to start on April 29.

All games will be played at Collier Street Sporting Complex.

For more information visit WWHA Facebook page.

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