Mission (Frontenac Girls Hockey Association)
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On the Ice
The Frontenac Fury Girls’ Hockey Association (FFGHA), also known as the Frontenac Fury, provides girls The Frontenac Fury Girls’ Hockey Association (FFGHA), also known as the Frontenac Fury, provides girls aged six to 18 in the County of Frontenac with the opportunity to play recreational house-league hockey with other girls from within their community, and the nearby communities of Stone Mills, Gananoque, Napanee and Kingston. Our home games are played at the Frontenac Community Arena.
The mission of the Frontenac Fury Girls' Hockey Association is to:
• Promote and govern hockey for girls who are interested in playing recreational (house) and competitive hockey in the County of Frontenac.
• Promote hockey as a game played primarily for enjoyment while also fostering skill development, fair play and teamwork within our association and other organizations.
• Ensure that each player, to the extent possible, will be able to participate in a hockey program suited to that player’s skill and abilities.
• Foster safety and respect in the game and of the game for all participants involved.
• Exercise supervision and direction over its players, coaches, managers, spectators, and board, with emphasis on the development of good character and community.
• Support the aims and objectives of the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association and adhere to all rules within its framework.
• Administer the Association without purpose of monetary gain for its members.
The FFGHA helps bring together youth from our rural communities to promote healthy and active lifestyles, sportsmanship, leadership, self-confidence and having fun! Our volunteer-based organization is dedicated to maintaining and expanding girls’ hockey within our region.
Our success is due in no small part to the ongoing support of generous community sponsors and supporters.aged six to 18 in the County of Frontenac with the opportunity to play recreational house-league hockey with other girls from within their community, and the nearby communities of Stone Mills, Gananoque, Napanee and Kingston. Our home games are played at the Frontenac Community Arena.
If you have a question or concern, you should first contact your team manager. The manager is most likely able to address your question/concern and/or will consult with the rest of the bench staff to assist you. If a member of your team’s bench staff are unable to assist, you are welcome to reach out to the appropriate member of the
. We would remind families that our executive are all volunteers and will reply to questions or concerns as soon as they are able. We do ask that you respect they have other commitments and may not always be able to respond as quickly as you would like.
By working together, our executive, bench staff, players and families will ensure a fun, safe and respectful hockey season for everyone.
Go Fury Go!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who manages the FFGHA?
The FFGHA is operated by a volunteer executive made up of parents and guardians of players in the association. There executive meets several times a year to review hockey operations and ensure a good experience for players and families. The executive is composed of various roles including, but not limited to, president, vice-president, secretary/administrator, treasurer, ice scheduler, coaching/development coordinator, equipment coordinator, merchandise coordinator, fundraising coordinator.
How much are fees and what is included?
The FFGHA House league registration fees includes ice time (practices at Frontenac Community Arena and games – home and away), jersey maintenance, player hoodies, two away tournaments a season and OWHA fees. Competitive teams charge an additional competitive fee that might include LLFHA fees, extra costs for officials (including mileage/travel), and potential additional costs for track suits, tournaments and incidentals. The association – and individual teams – also undertake fundraising activities to help keep costs as affordable and accessible for families as possible. There are several funding opportunities for families who might need assistance. You can find this information
Where and how do I get information about my team?
Each team is assigned volunteer bench staff which includes coaches, assistant coaches, trainers and a manager. Usually, although not always, these bench staff are parents/guardians of players on the team. The coach and team manager will communicate directly with you, mostly usually in person at practices and games, and outside of those times, via email. The FFGHA sends regular updates via email and also posts items to our website, as well as our
What if I have a question or concern?
The first point of contact for families should always be their team manager. The manager is most likely able to address your question/concern and/or will consult with the rest of the bench staff to assist you. Also, our website has a lot of information to address some of your questions. If a member of your team’s bench staff are unable to assist you, they, or you, are welcome to reach out to the appropriate member of the
. We would remind families that our executive are all volunteers and will reply to questions or concerns as soon as they are unable. We do ask that you respect they have other commitments and may not always be able to respond as quickly as you would like.
All players and parents/guardians as well as our bench staff are asked to sign a contract at the beginning of each season to ensure a fun, safe and respectful environment for everyone.