Referees Wanted - HHRA, News (Halton Hills Minor Hockey)

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Oct 17, 2021 | Steve Nelson | 4247 views
Referees Wanted - HHRA
Halton Hills Referees Association are currently looking for new senior officials.

If you are aged 18+ and want to get back into the game please contact HHRA Development Coordinators Vic Phyllis at  [email protected] or Ethan Anderson at [email protected] for more details. 

 

Pay between $25 – $ 45 per game (Depending on level) all levels of hockey available from HL to AAA.

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