PMHA Boundary and Requirements
If you have registered a player for a PMHA Travel
(Rep/AE) team, the OMHA rules for "Residential Boundaries" will apply to you. PMHA
travel hockey teams play in the Shamrock Hockey League throughout Southwestern Ontario.
The OMHA directive for all hockey centres that
field"Rep/AE" requires that all players on those teams live within
the defined "Residential Boundaries " of the Hockey Centre (PMHA) they represent.
Click on the link below for a map of the of the local boundaries. PMHA boundary in indicated by the shaded greyish
area. Areas in yellow are shared boundary areas with centres identified.
You are able to magnify the map by scrolling up or down to reveal roads
etc...Please contact a PMHA Board Member with any questions.
The OMHA "Residential Boundaries" and
regulations require that you complete a detailed application (i.eResidential Questionnaire form, Player Transfer form, etc.) as part of the
registration process. Please contact the PMHA Registrar, OMHA Rep,
President and/or Vice-President for more information (contact information - "About" tab on home page then "contacts").
Please reference the OMHA website
and review the
OMHA Manual of Operations
, specifically all of Regulation 3 dealing with player eligibility for more