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10,000 Touches Challenge - half way progress
Submitted By Development on Sat 01 31, 15
Oshawa MHA Development group is running the OMHA challenge called 10,000 touches.  This is an off-ice challenge to improve player stick handling abilities. We are now 4 of 8 weeks complete.

We encourage all players participate.  Oshawa MHA webpage is here and the progress so far of players reporting is provided in this news article. If you are tracking progress on the 1-pager please take some time to provide an update to Oshawa MHA webpage by submitting Progress Form.



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