Hamilton Huskies and the City Hub League Agree to Combine Operations, News (Hamilton Huskies)


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Dec 23, 2013 | admin | 3087 views
Hamilton Huskies and the City Hub League Agree to Combine Operations
Final structure and details to follow in the new year. Click read more to view the official statement.


The Board of Directors and Executive of the Hamilton Huskies and the Board of Directors of the Hamilton City HUB League are pleased to announce a mutually agreed upon plan to amalgamate the two tiers effective the 2014/2015 season.

The new Huskies organization will combine the administrative & technical expertise of both groups under one structure that will provide the best environment for the development of players, coaches and game officials at the MD, AA/A seeded, and AAA levels.


Yosh Kitamura                                                        Doug Russell

President                                                                President

Hamilton Huskies                                                    Hamilton City HUB

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