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Tykes, Novice and Bantam Rocks are Rolling at Hespeler today!
Submitted By tonyh on Sunday, March 23, 2014
The Tykes Novice and Bantam teams are at home today @ Hespeler arena. See this article for for today's times and a recap from the last weeks St. Patrick's Day Tyke game!

Come down to the rink and cheer on your Rocks today that are battling for the Tri-County Championships. 

*** Tyke's 2:30 vs Dundas
*** Bantam 3:45 vs Woolwich
*** Novice 5:00 vs Guelph


TYKE - St Patricks Day Thriler!

Hespeler Arena is where the Tykes found there lucky charms on St Patrick's Day when they faceoff against their rivals from Dundas. In front of a raucous hometown crowd the Blues jumped out to a one nothing lead and we're looking poised to stay on the attack. The Lil Rocks started to feed off the hometown crowd energy and battled back with a goal of there own to tie it up at 1-1. The teams continued to battle throughout the game and as luck would have it the Shamrocks scored again‎ to go ahead 2-1 and finish that way! The Lil Rocks were inspired by the atmosphere set for them from having the room setup pro style, to the music being pumped out, and finally the crowd cheering them on including numerous other Shamrock Teams players!  

 

The Little Rocks play again Thursday in Dundas and then back home on Sunday at 2:30 at Hespeler Arena, so come on out on Sunday and cheer them on!

 
- Submitted by Jason Neal



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