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6 Hespeler Teams Battle in the Finals!
Submitted By tonyh on Sunday, March 16, 2014
For many teams, this weekend marks the start of the Tri-County championships and this year there will be SIX Hespeler teams battling for first. 

In what is sure to be several epic battles against long standing rivals, Hespeler fans will be entertained with some great hometown hockey at Hespeler arena as 6 groups of Rocks vie for dominance in the Tri-County Championship series. 

For the full schedule see this link: http://hmha.ca/Playoffs/ 

  • Tyke: The 46-4-1 Tykes will start their series tomorrow, St. Patrick's Day, at 7:30 in Hespeler Arena against Dundas.
    St. Patty's day is a great day to come to the rink and show some Shamrock pride!!!   Kelly Green Shamrock Decal 
  • Novice: The Novice rocks will take on Guelph starting tomorrow in Guelph. It's always a great series when neighbours are challenging each other for the title. Good luck Rocks!
  • Minor Atom: With a 46-17-9 record the Minor Atom's are well versed at winning. They will need all their skills and tricks to take on the determined Oakville Rangers. 
  • Atom AE: The Atom AE team is one of three AE teams representing the Shamrocks at the Tri-County Championships. They begin their series tomorrow on St. Patrick's Day in New Hamburg at 7pm. Grab something green and head down the road to support the rocks!
  • Peewee AE: The Peewee AE team has been winning all season and they will begin their series at home on Tuesday March 18th at 6:30 against Woolwich. Dust off those cobwebs from your St. Patty's Day festivities and hit the rink in your Shamrock colours to cheer on your home town boys!
  • Bantam AE: The Bantam AE team has clawed and scratched their way to earn a spot at the Tri-County finals. They also face a tough Woolwich team on Tuesday but will be facing their foe at Memorial arena in Woolwich. 

Congratulations and Best of Luck to all our Shamrocks!!!! 


!!! GO ROCKS GO !!!






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