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Hespeler alumnus wins Esso Cup National Midget Girls Championship
Submitted By tonyh on Sunday, April 24, 2016
Congratulations to Brooklyn Gemmill who played her early hockey years in our association. 

Yesterday, her Brantford Ice Cats Midget AA Girls team won the Esso Cup National Championship in Weyburn, Saskatchewan with a 10-3 victory over the Richelieu (Quebec) Express.  Brooklyn had two goals in the championship game, and had five goals and three assists (fourth overall) in the week long tournament. She was an assistant captain with the 2008-09 Atom AE Shamrocks and played through to Major Peewee with Hespeler. 

Thanks go to Dale Paynter for providing this write up. 
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