OMHA Playdowns Update, News (Southwest Bullets)

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OMHA Playdowns Update
Submitted By Calvin Ritchie on Monday, February 13, 2017
The Novice Bullets are currently tied for 2nd place in their round robin, The novice's need to finish strong in order to make the final two. The next game is in Glencoe on Feb. 19th at 2pm. 

The Bantam Bullets are ahead in their quarter final series vs Lambton Shores, 2 games to 1. The next game is on Feb.16th at 8:10pm in Bothwell as they look to close out the series. 

The Midget Shamrocks are also ahead in their quarter final series vs Dresden, 2 games to 1. The next game in this series is Saturday Feb. 18th in Dresden at 5:45pm. 

Come out and Support your Bullets 

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