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Win A Scoring Table For Your Association

Apr 6, 2016 | Uncategorized

OFSAA’s recent adoption of adjusted FIBA rules for boys’ and girls’ basketball Championships and transition to using shot clocks at provincial school championships begins in 2016-17 school year is approaching. While local leagues and associations are not mandated by OFSAA to play with shot clocks, teams hoping to prepare for OFSAA-level competition are encouraged to explore options to install clocks.

Now, we’re helping you get ready for OFSAA ahead of time thanks to our official partners at Scoreboard Man and NEVCO!

A 4′ rear-lit scoring table (Model ST-4-RL) from NEVCO, valued at $3171.00, with the winning school’s logo and text of choice will be raffled off at OFSAA’s upcoming AGM April 13-15th.

How To Win

In order to enter the draw taking place at the AGM, associations must have completed both their fall and winter participation stats.

A list of associations with which schools have reported their participation stats is available to download HERE.

Please send all participation stats via your athletic director completing this link to [email protected] by XXDATEXX to be eligible to enter.

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