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Wrestling Regulation Update

Nov 8, 2013 | Uncategorized

OFSAA Wrestling follows the Canada Wrestling rulebook with Cadet age class modifications, with standard OFSAA Wrestling modifications.

The Canada Wrestling rulebook for 2013-2014 is, to our understanding, in final production.

In the meantime, schools are advised to follow the 2012-2013 rulebook with the changes as per the 2013-2014 rules slideshow available on the Ontario Wrestling web site (www.oawa.ca <http://www.oawa.ca> ). 

2013-14 OFSAA Wrestling Championship Details

Hosted by:   Turner Fenton Secondary School and ROPSSAA

Welcome all, to this years’ event being held at the Powerade Centre, Brampton

Wed-Thurs, March 5th – 6th, 2014

Entry Deadline: Mon, Feb. 24, 2014

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