News and Announcements
This is a reminder about the format of the playoffs for this weekend’s semi-finals and next weekend’s finals:
a. In each division, the four (4) highest finishing teams after league play shall be eligible for playoffs. For the semi-final playoff games the first placed team shall play the fourth placed team, and the second placed team shall play the third placed team. Final playoff games shall be comprised of the winners of the semi-final games.In semi-final playoff games, if a game is tied at the end of regulation time, a five (5) minute break is allowed followed by one (1) sudden death overtime period of ten (10) minutes. If no team has scored at the end of sudden death overtime, a penalty shoot-out will be taken following FIH rules.
c. In final playoff games, if a game is tied at the end of regulation time, a five (5) minute break is allowed followed by one (1) sudden death overtime period of ten (10) minutes. If no team has scored at the end of sudden death overtime, a penalty shoot-out will be taken following FIH rules.
a) Players are ineligible for playoff games unless they have played at least three (3) games with that team in the playing season, except in the case of a lower division player within the same club who must have played at least three (3) games with their registered team.
Note: Penalty shoot out rules followed as previously circulated.
Saturday, March 24th- Semi-Finals
2nd Div. – 9:00am 2 vs 3 – Lynx II vs Rebel Bluejays
3rd Div: -11:00am 2 vs 3 – Pirates vs Cowichan Kestrels
3rd Div. – 1:00pm 1 vs 4 – Stellers vs Ravens
2nd Div. – 3:00pm 1 vs 4 – Sailors vs Cowichan Cardinals
1st. Div. – 5:00pm 2 vs 3 – Lynx I vs Rebels Patriots.
Saturday, March 31st – Finals
3rd Div. – 10:00am
2nd Div. – 12:00pm
1st. Div. – 2:00pm Mariners against winner of Semi.
Field hockey has been played for over 100 years in the Cowichan Valley but in a club form for 100 years this 2012!
We extend a warm welcome to join us in celebrating and exploring the valley. Please check out more information on our website www.cowichanfieldhockey.ca or by opening the attached documents
Social and Tours
Over the next four months, the University of Victoria will reach out to the community to provide more information and receive input regarding the new Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities (CARSA). This renewed consultation effort comes in response to recommendations provided in the Better Neighbours report, and will focus on providing the community with new design options for the CARSA project parkade, addressing traffic concerns, and answering questions regarding the project overall.
You are invited to attend any of three ‘drop-in’ interactive Open Houses that will take place in March throughout our community. Come to the event that suits you best and stay as long as you like.
March 8, 2012
Lambrick Park Secondary
4139 Torquay Drive
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
March 10, 2012
St. Aidan’s United
3703 St. Aidan’s St.
12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
March 14, 2012
2494 Arbutus Rd.
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
These Open Houses will give community members and stakeholders the opportunity to learn about the project and provide feedback regarding some initial design options for the CARSA project parkade and traffic management. Please note that anyone not able to attend these sessions can provide feedback online through the CARSA website (listed below) following the first Open House on March 8.
After input is gathered at the Open Houses, UVic will develop a revised parkade design. In May, a second set of Open Houses will take place to present the revised design and gather further comments.
For more information regarding CARSA, the parkade, traffic issues, and the community consultation process, please visit http://www.uvic.ca/carsa.