Beverly's Novice Bandits set the pace in house league playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits Novice squad is three for three, after its first two weeks of playoff action.

In game one, Bandits goalie Jules Vegh shut out Twin Centre #3, 5-0.

The Bandits went on to face off against Paris #2, bagging another win with a score of 6-1. To make a clean record of three for three, the Bandits managed to outshine the Embro team, granting Vegh his second shutout and a third straight win for the Bandits with an impressive 8-0 score.

The Beverly Bandits are gelling at the most important time of the season, thanks to patience and disciplined practices.

The Bandits defence is noticed for its tremendous hard work protecting their goalie, while the offensive lines have proven to be increasingly strong by gaining early leads that allow the Bandits to relax and set the pace of the game.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford, House league Novice Convenor

Beverly's Novice Bandits set the pace in house league playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits Novice squad is three for three, after its first two weeks of playoff action.

In game one, Bandits goalie Jules Vegh shut out Twin Centre #3, 5-0.

The Bandits went on to face off against Paris #2, bagging another win with a score of 6-1. To make a clean record of three for three, the Bandits managed to outshine the Embro team, granting Vegh his second shutout and a third straight win for the Bandits with an impressive 8-0 score.

The Beverly Bandits are gelling at the most important time of the season, thanks to patience and disciplined practices.

The Bandits defence is noticed for its tremendous hard work protecting their goalie, while the offensive lines have proven to be increasingly strong by gaining early leads that allow the Bandits to relax and set the pace of the game.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford, House league Novice Convenor

Beverly's Novice Bandits set the pace in house league playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits Novice squad is three for three, after its first two weeks of playoff action.

In game one, Bandits goalie Jules Vegh shut out Twin Centre #3, 5-0.

The Bandits went on to face off against Paris #2, bagging another win with a score of 6-1. To make a clean record of three for three, the Bandits managed to outshine the Embro team, granting Vegh his second shutout and a third straight win for the Bandits with an impressive 8-0 score.

The Beverly Bandits are gelling at the most important time of the season, thanks to patience and disciplined practices.

The Bandits defence is noticed for its tremendous hard work protecting their goalie, while the offensive lines have proven to be increasingly strong by gaining early leads that allow the Bandits to relax and set the pace of the game.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford, House league Novice Convenor