#MondayMotivation – Polish hockey project gets underway

Posted On 2nd September 2019

Our Monday Motivation piece today comes from Polish Hockey and coincides with the beginning of the school year as they launch a number of great hockey projects!
Recognising the importance of the support of schools in the structure of youth hockey in Poland, which is primarily based on school and after school programs, Polish Hockey has launched a new schools project in Lozina near Wroclaw.
Thanks to the four new hockey classes kids will get twice as much hockey training then they would in a club. The Polish hockey Federation is happy to support such great long term projects with equipment and expertise.
As Mateusz Grochal, Development Coach, Polish Hockey said: “Having more contact time with hockey in school will see more kids exposed to hockey in the region and many talented players coming from Lozina in the near future.”
Pictured: Mateusz Grocal and Ilona Skowera, Director of School in Loziny

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