George Bray Sports Association

George Bray Sports Association

In 1968, Mr. George Bray organized a hockey program for young people with special learning needs. The George Bray Sports Association Inc. was then started to provide a program for those in special learning classes in elementary or secondary schools. These youngsters may otherwise not have played hockey for any other organization.

nav_gbLogoThe league stresses “Fun” not “Competition” and provides each player with equal ice time, regardless of ability. Most of the participants have never played hockey before this program and have found it to be a great benefit in developing their confidence and sense of participation in a team sport. Most important is that everyone has fun on the ice and the parents enjoy watching their youngsters involved in the game.

Who We Are

We are a team of caring men and women who want to give our special kids a chance to play the great game of hockey. Our kids (and their families) travel from Ailsa Craig, Aylmer, Belmont, Bothwell, Bright, Cambridge, Delaware, Denfield, Dorchester, Drumbo, Embro, Glencoe, Ilderton, Ingersoll, Innerkip, Komoka, Lakeside, Mitchell, Ridgetown, Sarnia, St. Pauls, St. Thomas, Strathroy, Thorndale, Tillsonburg, Union, West Lorne, Woodstock, and Wyoming to play in our league!

Awards & Recognition

We’re not necessarily “World Famous”, but we have received quite a bit of local and provincial recognition, including:

2003: Outstanding Achievement Award for Volunteerism in Ontario
2004: Mayor’s Honour Roll, London’s featured Community Organization
2007: President recognized by RBC Insurance, Hockey Canada & Hockey Hall of Fame

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