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Cambridge Bantam A Hawks win their 2nd Tournament
Submitted By webmaster on Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Tabbed as the ‘Best of the Best’ tournament in Halton Hills over the Thanksgiving weekend, the Major Bantam A/AA Hawks skated with the title and the hardware.

The Hawks went 5 and 0 to take home the title while playing some of their best hockey of the season.  The Hawks played very well through the first three round robin games beating the Glanbrook Rangers, the Burlington Cougars and a hard fought win over the Halton Hills Thunder. 
In the semi-finals the Hawks met up with the Glanbrook Rangers once again.  While the Rangers pushed much harder in this game it was the Hawks’ Cole Owen finding the back of the net in overtime to send the Hawks to the final.   
Sunday afternoon’s action would see the Hawks pitted against the LaSalle Sabres.  In a tough hard fought game it was Cambridge’s Owen Ireton potting the game winner in triple overtime sealing the win and the title of Best of the Best! 

Well done Hawks!!
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