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NCP Novice Development Program
Submitted By Adam Schaap on Sunday, August 11, 2019
The NCP association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting advanced skill development clinics for 2011 novice and 2012 minor novice players.

The NCP association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting advanced skill development clinics for 2011 novice and 2012 minor novice players. Clinics are open to all players in the NCP zone including the surrounding communities of Oro, Midland, Penetang, Gravenhurst, Bracebridge, Parry Sound, Wasaga Beach, Hunstville, Elmvale, Coldwater, Muskoka Rock, Highland Storm, Almaguin, and Orillia.

At each clinic, players will receive 4 hours of on-ice instruction, a game and also a fun introduction to age appropriate off ice training. Included in the registration fee, all players will receive an NCP hockey jersey, training T-shirt, water bottle and a pizza.

Click on the following link to go directly to the North Central Predators page for more details and registration information.
https://northcentralpredators.com/Articles/4452/NCP_Novice_Development_Program/
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