Matthew Van Oirschot awarded 2017 OMHA Bursary, News (Lambeth Minor Hockey)

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Matthew Van Oirschot awarded 2017 OMHA Bursary
Submitted By Lambeth Minor Hockey on Monday, June 12, 2017
Congratulations to Lambeth's Matthew Van Oirschot, winner of the 2017 OMHA Wally Scott Bursary at the Ontario Minor Hockey Association Annual General Meeting. The OMHA AGM was held at the Sheraton Parkway Hotel in Richmond Hill on June 9th, 2017 to recognize the outstanding achievements of its athletes and volunteers.

Please click on the link to view Matthew's 2-minute You-Tube video.  The OMHA Press Release is also posted.

Lambeth is very proud of you Matthew and we wish you all the best for the future!




The Wally Scott Bursary is presented in recognition of outstanding commitment to community service, athletics and academics. This bursary reflects the achievements of a young hockey player who is committed to his or her community, athletic ability and academic achievement. Recipients receive an award towards their post-secondary education.

Matthew Van Oirschot, a goalie from the Lambeth Minor Hockey Association, is this year’s bursary recipient. Matthew is the definition of a student athlete, participating on multiple school teams and is also involved in many school clubs. Along with balancing his own education, Matthew takes time to volunteer tutor other students. His scholastic success, as well as his charitable involvement, prove Matthew to be a worthy recipient of the Wally Scott Bursary towards a degree in biomedical engineering.

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