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Bantam AE Cobras declared OMHA co-champions
Submitted By Martin Steele on Friday, April 17, 2020
Kent Minor Hockey would like to congratulate our Bantam AE Cobras as they were recently announced as OMHA co-champions.

The Bantam AE squad reached this year’s final going undefeated through the OMHA preliminaries. They were ready to start their series versus the Northumberland Winterhawks before the season was cancelled due to the unprecedented and difficult situation with COVID-19.

Congratulations to all the players and coaches for your dedication and effort this season to reach this milestone #REDHATS.

Congratulations also to Northumberland Winterhawks as co-champion.

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