Bantam AE Cobras are OMHA Champions!, News (Kent Minor Hockey Association)

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Bantam AE Cobras are OMHA Champions!
Submitted By Martin Steele on Sunday, March 26, 2017
Congratulations to the Kent Minor Hockey Teksavvy Cobras Bantam AE team for winning the OMHA Championship.

The Cobras won the final 2 games against the Brampton 45s to take home the championship. Congratulations to everyone on this great accomplishment!


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