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Dairy Farmers of Canada Sponsor Basketball Sportsmanship

Oct 24, 2014 | Uncategorized

Recharge with Milk wants to enhance the overall experience for the student athlete participants by implementing a recognition award for the 2014/2015 OFSAA Basketball championships.

The Recharge with Milk Most Sportsmanlike Team Program recognizes the school team whose student-athletes, coaches, managers, parents and supporters that best demonstrate commitment to fair play, ethical and positive role model behaviour and respect for others.

OFSAA’s Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Championship host schools will designate three individuals to act as the RwM Most Sportsmanlike Team Selection Committee for their respective Championship. The award will be selected at all eight of OFSAA’s 2014-15 Basketball Championships including Girls’ A-AAAA and Boys’ A-AAAA and be announced at the conclusion of each of those Championships.

Awards:

Student Athletes Award:

  • Individual awards recognizing student-athletes for their contribution to the school team will be sent to the school Principal or Athletic Director for distribution within two weeks following the 2014-2015 OFSAA Basketball Provincial Championships. Award may include: Towel, Shoe-bag, other swag items.

School Team Award:

  • A team award will be provided following the OFSAA Basketball Championship to be used by the school team throughout the 2015-2016 season and beyond. The prize items will be delivered to the school Principal or Athletic Director following the naming of the recipient at the conclusion of the OFSAA Basketball Championships. Prize suggestions may include: team warm up gear, team bag, equipment with an estimated value of $500.

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