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Walk, don't run to sign up for his ball hockey tourney

Organizers of a unique ball hockey tournament are looking for teams to take part in the family-friendly event.

Dubbed the Walkey Hockey Tournament, the all-ages competition runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 21 at Brick Yard Station, the shopping plaza at the northwest corner Highway 10 and Highway 15.

No one can run or jog (unless they’re children under the age of 12), and teams are limited to just one male over the age of 12 and under 50.

Teams can consist of three players – three women, three men over 50, or a man, woman and child under 12, or a man, and two women.

The games last 10 minutes and each team plays three games, not including a possible playoff game.

There’s no charge to enter, but there’s only room for eight teams.

The event is part of the Doors Open cultural festival taking place in Cloverdale and across Surrey that same day.

Call 604-576-3155 or email Murray at moocat@shaw.ca for more information.

– Cloverdale Reporter

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