Monthly Archives: June 2017

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ESPCC Mosquito #3 Baseball Team takes 3rd place in the City A Play Offs

Congratulations to the ESP Mosquito #3.

The team took 3rd place in the City A Playoffs last night with an impressive 11-1 win over the Red River Mosquito A team (11U).  The team played their best game of the season with great pitching, defense and timely hits.  A shout out to the coaches (Kris Hofer, Cory Baseraba and Jeff Stalker) and to the winning team – Brady Stalker, Brennan Bevan, Darvic Unrau, Hayden Baseraba, Jackson Kostiuk, Jayden Bryant, Kaiden Dela Cruz, Nick Baranyk, Nathan Hofer, Timothy Thevenot, Victor St. Pierre and our two great call-ups for the playoffs, Liam Jurkowski (Gateway) and Thomas Turner. (Park City).

 

 


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Pee Wee AA – Play Off Weekend – July 1st and 2nd

East St Paul CC is honored to be hosting the 2017 Pee Wee AA Play Offs at the Complex located on Raleigh Road.

The canteen will be open daily 8:00 am to 7:00 pm July 1st and 2nd.  Also July 3rd if tie breaker games are required and for the Championship game on Wednesday, July 5th 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

 

 


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ESP 12c Softball Team wins Bronze at NESA Play Offs

Congratulations to the ESP 12c Softball team who captured the Bronze medal at the NESA play offs June 25th held at the ESP Complex.  Great job ladies, good luck at your upcoming Provincial Playoffs in July!


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Notice to all Hockey Players and Parents

Notice To Players and Parents

All “A” Male / Co-ed Hockey Teams will be “ROYALS”

Commencing with the 2017 – 18 season, all A1, A2, and A3 players will play under the Royals banner regardless of which category you play in the “ A “ system. This move by the Association follows a trend in the City of Winnipeg where the majority of the Area Associations have or are implementing similar changes concurrently. As a result of this change the policies relative to the Royals program on our web site will apply across the board for “A” hockey. This will increase the administrative duties falling to the Association and we will be updating the web site over the next few months as we work through all details of the change.

The “House League” programs will remain the responsibility of the Community Centres and of course their involvement in the program and the assignment of teams for outdoor ice remain paramount to the success of the programs at all levels & categories.

REMHA Executive


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Canadian Tire First Shift Program

Canadian Tire First Shift – Register Now!
June 7th, 2017

Registration is now open for Canadian Tire First Shift Programs in Winnipeg.

The First Shift program is a joint effort between Canadian Tire, Bauer, Hockey Canada and local Hockey Associations to give kids between the ages of 6 and 10 an opportunity to get started in Hockey. The program is focused on skill development and fun. With a coach to player ratio of 1:4, kids will have a great first experience with Hockey. The program includes 6 weeks of on-ice programming and head-to-toe Hockey equipment for the low price of $199.

To find First Shift programs in Winnipeg and to register online, please visit: http://www.firstshift.ca


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Wednesday, June 21st

All baseball and softball games are cancelled at the East St Paul Complex.  All soccer games are going on as scheduled.


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NESA u12 City Play Offs – June 24th and 25th

East St Paul is proud to be hosting the u12 Softball City Play offs June 24th and 25th.  The Softball complex is located at 2442 Raleigh Street (between Wallace and Pritchard Farm Road).

 


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Congratulations to East St Paul’s Darnell Wyke

Congratulations to Darnell Wyke, who was selected to the roster of Manitoba’s provincial baseball team for the Canada Games.

Congratulations and Good luck Darnell!


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