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Minor Peewee A - Tri-County Champions!!!
Submitted By tonyh on Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Tonight the Minor Peewee A team took on Oakville and won 4-1 in decisive fashion in front of an electric hometown crowd to become Tri-County Champs!!!


This was a do or die game for Oakville since Hespeler defeated them Sunday afternoon but the Rocks proved to be too much for the Rangers again tonight. The Shamrocks started the series in the hole after losing the first game 3-4. After that close first game the Rocks never looked back and went on to win the next three games, 5-4, 3-2 and 4-1.  

Congrats to the boys who earned the title and a big thank-you to the bench staff who helped guide them along the way. 
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