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The OAAA is looking for Novice (born in 2011) hockey players interested in playing Rep for the 2019-20 season. 

If you live in the Orono or Orono 'grey' area and are interested, please contact our OMHA Rep Mark Foster - foss82scug@hotmail.com  to see if you are eligible to play rep hockey in Orono.


Outdoor Soccer Information

Click on the link for information about the 2019 Outdoor Soccer season


COUNTDOWN TO THE 2019-2020 BRYAN BICKELL CUP

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2019-2020 BRYAN BICKELL CUP

 

7th Annual Bryan Bickell Cup

4 Divisions - 4 Days - 32 teams

(Each Division is a 1 Day Tournament)

Atom LL Tournament - TBD

Pewee LL Tournament - TBD

Peewee Rep Tournament - CC/C/DD/AE3-5 - TBD

Bantam Rep Tournament - B/CC/C/DD/AE3-5 - TBD

ORONO ARENA & COMMUNITY CENTER

 

email - foss82scug@hotmail.com or call Mark 705-760-5382 for tournament information


Orono Leafs Clothing from Hunter's

 

Hunter's is the official supplier of Orono Leafs apparel.  

Orders can be placed anytime.

The link to the Orono Leafs apparel online store is below.  Click on the link to see the great apparel offered by Hunter's


Your OAAA is SOCIAL

 

Follow the OAAA on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram ~ For the latest updates & info from the OAAA

@OronoAAA

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DOWNLOAD THE SPORTS ENGINE APP

 

Download the SportsEngine app from the App Store on iOS or from Google Play for the Android phone. 

Search for your team on the app (example: Orono Peewee 2 LL) and follow along.

The OAAA updates the SportsEngine app with all OAAA team practices, games and events.  The CRHL also uses SportsEngine for OAAA teams but only updates games.  Make sure you follow your OAAA team!

If you have any SportsEngine questions, click the link below to contact the Webmaster


Respect In Sports - Parent Program

Effective August 31, 2014, in addition to Team Officials, the OMHA will require all On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate ‘Respect’ education. 

At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will need to complete the online Respect In Sport Parent Program as a condition of participation. The program is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

Respect In Sport - Parent Program

One parent for every child must take this course before their child can be rostered with their team. Follow this link to see more information about the program.

Respect In Sport - Activity Leader

Respect in Sport - Activity Leader (Participant). This program is required by all bench staff and volunteers who help on the ice.