Sports Programs

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Program Details Below…


Contact: John, Baseball Convener, for more information:

2018 Baseball registration by visiting the following link:

St James Baseball – A Winning Tradition

For more information on SJAMBA:
Flag Rugby Convener – Gord Foulkes


Flag Rugby will be played May and June
Mondays at 6:15 pm – 7:30 pm for ages 9-12
Tuesdays at 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm for ages 6-8
*Flag rugby fees will be $65/player


DLCC Hockey Convener – Dave Feniuk

DLCC will be needing a Hockey Convener for next year (the 2017-18 season). TRAINING STARTS SOON!! Contact Dave Feniuk!DLCC is needing ZAMBONI DRIVERS and ICE MAKERS! Want to learn how to drive the Zamboni and make  ice?  Training starts soon! Contact Bill at Bill Massier  – 204-232-8555

2017/2018 Hockey Registration

SJAMHA online HOCKEY  Registrations will open July 15, 2017.

In 2017 Every person MUST register ONLINE thru website, including people who require a subsidy, before they can  attend  a walk in session  to apply for a GCWCC subsidy.
Walk in sessions this year are Sat.Aug.12th 11 am – 1 pm & Tues. Aug 22nd 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Sturgeon Heights CC  210 Rita St.

Anyone registering after August 31, 2017 maybe subject to a $20.00 late registration fee & may miss tryouts

Please Note: Online Registrations will be handled through Hockey Canada’s Online Registration System

Please Note: One parent must take the Parent Respect in Sport program PRIOR to registering your child for hockey
(if already taken, you do not need to take again)
Since the Parent RIS information is not tied into the Hockey Canada registration system, you will be required to create an additional account and password with Hockey Canada to complete the Registration
Further information will be posted on the SJAMHA website during the step by step online registration process.

For more information please go to the St James Ringette Association’s website



Soccer Convener – Rose Foulkes


2018 Soccer registration.
Wednesday, March 14th from 6-9 pm
Sunday, March 18th from 10 am – 2 pm
Thursday, March 22 from 6-9 pm
This registration is for co-ed soccer for players aged 4-8 (born in 2014-2010) played onsite at Deer Lodge Community Club in May and June.
Games days and times:
4-6 year olds play on Tuesday & Thursday from 6-7 pm
7-8 year olds play on Monday & Wednesday from 6-7 pm
Registration cost is $70/player

What Are the Benefits of Soccer for Kids?
Soccer develops agility, speed and stamina, and also teaches children the importance of teamwork, so it can play an important part in your child’s physical and social development.

Improves Fitness
Soccer players need to be fit and agile. Most games require children to sprint after the ball and jog up and down the field, which are activities that build endurance and speed. Dribbling and shooting the ball develops agility and coordination. The health benefits of active sports such as soccer include stronger bones and muscles, decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and decreased chance of becoming overweight, according to Kids Health from Nemours. The organization also points out that aerobic exercise causes the heart to beat faster. When aerobic exercise occurs regularly, it “strengthens the heart and improves the body’s ability to deliver oxygen to all its cells.”

Builds Social Skills
Playing with a soccer team develops a child’s ability to cooperate and interact with other children. To win a soccer game, the whole team must communicate and work together. Defensive positions must support the offensive positions during attacks on the opponents’ goal. Offensive positions must return to their own goal to help the defensive positions when they are under pressure from the other team.

To move the ball across the field, players pass the ball, which requires communicating to one another about where the ball should go. These types of cooperative activities develop a child’s social abilities. Children who play soccer develop self-confidence and improved social skills.

Develops Good Self Image
Since soccer has an emphasis on the success of the team as a whole, rather than the success of individual players, it is a sport that less athletically inclined children will enjoy, according to an article by Family Education. The article says that, compared to such team sports as baseball, which requires players to bat or field a ball alone, soccer puts less pressure on children. Soccer encourages teamwork and communication, which allows a child to identify personally with team successes, rather than feel a need to outperform teammates to gain recognition.

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WHERE:  Deer Lodge Community Centre
323 Bruce Ave. EAST


COST:    $8.00 x 9 = $72.00 or $10.00 drop-in

TIME:    7:00 to 8:00 p m

To register or for info call Doreen at 204-837-9613 or email



ZUMBA FITNESS with Anna Gordon

7pm – 8am

To register, arrive early (5-10 minutes) to first class and see instructor.

Please remember to bring water and wear light, comfortable workout clothes.

Drop Ins:


Class Passes:

$45 – 5 class pass

$80 – 10 class pass

*passes can be purchased online at or with cash or cheque before class starts.

Anna is a professional member of CanFitPro, a Certified Fitness Instructor Specialist, a Licensed Zumba Fitness Instructor and an insured and CPR-C certified instructor.

For more information, class schedules/updates and promotions, visit:


Kurrent Motion Hula Hoops, Wednesdays from 6-7:30 pm


Parent Program Registration link:
As this is a completely different program from the team roster RIS program, anyone that has completed  the team roster RIS program, MUST now complete the Parent RIS program, before you will be able to register a child for hockey in the upcoming 2014-15 season.Here are 4 questions you may have as parents try to register for the course:
1. Q: How will the family accounts of the Respect In Sport Parent Program
link to the HCR?
A: At registration, the parent must associate a child or children to
her/his profile (Child Management) where an association must be selected.
After a parent is certified, and assuming he/she has associated a child to
his profile, the HCR record of the child is updated under *Clinics* and
*Qualifications*, including the Respect in Sport certificate number. PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE PERSON REGISTERING FOR THE COURSE COMPLETES THE
FOLLOWING SECTION: *Enter the proper child information in the Child
Management Page, then click on No Further Children to Add when done*.
2. Q: What are the payment options for the RIS for Parents online course?
A: The payment is done through PayPal, by credit card or debit card.
3. Q: What if my association does not have online registration, as I
understand I need my RIS number to register my child to play hockey?
A: The parent or parents can still take and pay for the course onlinethrough . Once the parent has completed the course, they should print out the Respect in Sport certificate number and bring that printout to the “walk-in registration” day(s)
4. Q: How will the area associations know who has completed the course?
A: The Project Manager of the Respect Group will run reports to ensure you
have all the information needed at the association level. The Project Manager has access to tools for exceptions, mainly when a parent is certified and has forgotten to associate a child to his profile (one of the most common registration errors) so he can verify if a parent has actually taken the course, but is not aligned to their child’s profile.Parent Program Registration link: