SRIYHA'S 2nd ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT & FUNDRAISER
MAY 21, 2022 | 8AM SHOTGUN START
RICHMOND COUNTRY CLUB
SRIYHA is excited to announce that its 2nd Annual Golf Tournament will be held at Richmond Country Club on Saturday, May 21, 2022 with an 8am shotgun start.
The mission of SRIYHA is to promote the growth of hockey in a fun, safe, learning environment while providing the best possible experience for participants of all skill levels. All monies raised from the tournament will be used to support SRIYHA teams with tournament fees, player development programs and volunteer education and training.
On behalf of the SRIYHA family, we would like to thank you for your participation in our tournament!
Golfer registration includes cart, 18 holes of golf (scramble style), gift and a meal.
RamFam Pass provides 2 mulligans, string advantage, 2 raffle tickets, 1 50/50 ticket, access to select course contests ($80 value).
* $700 value if Foursome and RamFam Pass are purchased separately.
We can also use RAFFLE DONATIONS! Items like golf or sports items, sporting event tickets, dinner / theater tickets, signed memorabilia, gift cards / certificates, services (offered by family or friends), vacation getaways, etc. will help to boost our raffle ticket sales! Email the SRI Board if you have any items you can contribute.
Congratulations to our Jr Rams and Sirens teams which have qualified for the playoffs! Please see the image below for each team's first scheduled playoff game and try to catch a game and root on your fellow SRIYHA players!
Best of luck to all our teams!
Go Jr Rams and Sirens!
The South Coast Hockey League is proud to announce the SCHL Selects program!
SCHL Selects is a tournament team made up of the top talent in the SCHL. With a team at each birth year, Selects provides the best players in the league with an opportunity to play a higher level of hockey at an affordable price, while continuing to play for their regular SCHL team.
We are excited to showcase the talent we have in the SCHL and help our players learn, grow, and play the game of hockey, all while proving that town teams can compete with AAA teams across the region.