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TNT Midget Local League #1
Submitted By Webmaster on Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Our team came out on top at the King Township SMHA Red and White Local League tournament.

It only took one day, Dec-27th.

Game one was bright and early at the Trisan Centre in Schomberg, 9am against the host team LL#1. The game was a back and forth affair ending in a 2-2 tie.

Game two was against the Bradford Bulldogs LL#2, TNT came out on top 6-2.

That was enough to put them in the A final against the Schomberg Red Wings LL#3 team. Much like the early game it was a low scoring affair with TNT coming out on top 2 to 1.

Congratulations to TNT Midget LL#1 in winning the tournament with an overall record of 2-0-1.
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