Melissa Simone and Sarah Esmail Accept ORA Awards, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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Melissa Simone and Sarah Esmail Accept ORA Awards
Submitted By Steve Zanon on Sunday, June 1, 2014
Richmond Hill players Melissa Simone and Sarah Esmail were both recipients of major awards handed out at the 2014 Ontario Ringette Association Annual General Meeting on May 31st in Oshawa.  Melissa was awarded "Offensive Player of the Year", recognizing her fabulous year on the ice.  Sarah Esmail received the Jackie Lajeunesse Scholarship Award for her academic achievements and for her on and off ice performance.  Congratulations to these two fine young ladies.  They set a great example for all our players to aspire to.


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