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More Hockey Facilities Coming

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As part of the reward for success at the just-concluded Pan Am Indoor Hockey Championships, the sport of hockey is to be better housed and taken care of going forward.

That's the word from a proud Sport Minister, Darryl Smith, who is keen to see the sport grow and develop.

He was also keen to applaud hockey's efforts in developing the sport among women, something he was extremely proud of and encouraged, as he pledged his continued support.

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