Bantam AA (Tier 1) Coach Announcement, News (Brantford Girls Hockey Association)

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Bantam AA (Tier 1) Coach Announcement
Submitted By Kate Hogarth on Saturday, January 5, 2019
The Brantford Girls Hockey Association is proud to announce that Noah Gardner is returning to the association as Head Coach of next season’s Bantam AA (Tier 1) hockey team.  

To reach Noah, please email him at [email protected]

After playing CIS hockey for 3 years at Brock University, Noah went on to win 3 provincial championships at the OHA Senior A level with the Dundas Real McCoys. He was a varsity high school Head Coach for 10 years before moving on to minor hockey and serving as Head Coach for the BGHA Atom BB team in 2015/16.  He has also coached both boys and girls teams from Novice through Midget with the Ancaster Avalanche and Waterford Wildcats associations.

 

Noah incorporates his formal education in coaching with his experience to create winning teams.

 

Welcome back Noah!

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