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Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Junior High Indoor Tournament

The 2016 Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Junior High Girls Indoor Field Hockey Tournament is being held at Armbrae Academy, 1400 Oxford Street, Halifax  on April 22-23, 2016. 

The 2016 Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Junior High Boys Indoor Field Hockey Tournament is being held at Armbrae Academy, 1400 Oxford Street, Halifax  on May 14, 2016.

 
 

2016 Tournament Information

2016 Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Tournament - Girls 2016

2016 Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Tournament - Boys 2016

Match Format and Rules

  • Halves are 20 minutes; Half Time of 3 minutes; Warm ups of 7 minutes – 50 Minutes Total
  • Point allocation: 2 points for a win; 1 point for a tie; 0 for a loss
  • In the event of a tie in a pool, goals against will be used as a tie breaker.
  • All players must wear shin pads and mouth guards

Tournament Results

Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Tournament Results - Girls 2016

Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Tournament Results - Boys 2016

 
 

Our Supporters

Financial support for our program provided by:

Men’s Field Hockey Olympic Endowment Fund

 Facilities kindly provided by:

Armbrae Academy

 
 

About Nancy Tokaryk

 Nancy TokarykNancy was active in several sports at the recreational and competitive level but notably in the sport of women’s field hockey.

During her life Nancy played field hockey at the junior high and high school level, for the Nova Scotia Canada Games team, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia Senior and Masters Teams, coached and officiated at the school, varsity and provincial level.

In 1995, Nancy and her 1975 Canadian National Seniors Championship winning team mates were inaugurated into the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame.

Nancy passed away in June, 2008 in a tragic car accident in Ottawa. This tournament is organized by her sister, Sue Beazley, in her memory.

The Nancy Tokaryk Memorial Trust Fund was established to commemorate Nancy’s contribution to the sport of women’s field hockey, her personal leadership and student mentorship, and volunteer community service. The Fund provides a $1,000 award to a female student who participates in field hockey.Learn more about this Fund and the award criteria.