BRANTFORD— Among the sports activities shut down due to the coronavirus was what would have been the 17th Annual Six Nations Police Memorial Charity hockey tournament.
This tournament, which honors the legacy of Six Nations officers Terry Martin, Adam Burning and Terry Smith was scheduled to have taken place on Friday, March 20 at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre.
The format consisted of a Masters Division with players 40 and over on teams battling for gold along with a Pee Wee division of up and coming players showcasing their talents.
“The tournament was cancelled the Friday before the tournament,” tournament participant and organizer along with Six Nations Constable Derrick Anderson said. “It was cancelled on March 13th. Some guys were talking about having it in early summer, but it will probably be cancelled until next year.”