Awards (Brantford Girls Hockey Association)

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Print2023 Award Winners
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Finney Bursary Program
BGHA Ice Cats going on to Post Secondary Education
Kevin was an avid BGHA Hockey Dad of two active Ice Cats. He passed away suddenly in 2022. In honor of his memory, his family has created a Post-secondary School Bursary in his honor
  • Josie MacLean
    Ice Cats U22 HL
    Josie has been with the BGHA for many years playing Rep hockey. This year she played in the U22 team. Her ultimate goal is an Optometrist with a 2nd option path plan but will be starting her career path with an undergraduate degree in the Sciences. She is currently awaiting to hear from the Universities she applied. Aside from being active in hockey, Josie has played other sports, volunteered, received many awards while maintaining her grades. Congratulations Josie!
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Annual BGHA Outstanding Volunteer Award
Membership Nomination
Previously the Marliese Hoffman Award. Annual Volunteer Award representing: 1. Global Volunteerism - (Executive, Committee Work, Tournament,etc.) 2. Representative League 3. House League This person must be a member the association/team and their presence as a member of the organization has a positive impact on those with whom they interact in their role. Members submit outstanding volunteer nominations on-line Awards are announced at BGHA Annual Banquet
  • Nick Wright
    Volunteer - Board/Committee/Global
    Nick has dedicated his time to the BGHA on many different levels this year. He has been an active part of the Board , Disciplinary Committee and helped out with the House League duties, along with helping coach two rep teams . He cares about this organization and making it better. He wants to help build an organization that promotes fun and positive learning for all players. He has spent time this year helping with the tournament and other roles that needed filling.
  • Steve Myers
    Volunteer - Representative
    Steve has been involved with the ice cats program for years. He has always been a calm, respectful member of a coaching staff who is a leader by example. He is kind to all the players and always present. Steve shares his knowledge, particularly in skating, and does everything an assistant coach should do. Steve presents as positive and encouraging. He is someone who my daughter has always seen as the safe, stable, calm one that she can trust on her coaching staff. And he has never disappointed
  • Rob Symons
    Volunteer - House League