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The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is pleased to announce the players and staff representing Mens Team Canada at the 2019 World Ball Hockey Championships...

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is very pleased to announce the roster of Men's Team Canada along with the Team Staff for the 2019 ISBHF World Championship in Kosice, Slovakia.

General Manager Daniel Medeiros states "We were looking across Canada for the right blend of skill, talent, work ethic, speed, size and chemistry that is going to get us back to the top of the ball hockey world, and we believe we have found just that."

Team Canada is also announcing the names of the Team Staff who bring a wealth of professional experience to take care of the squad in Kosice.

Goaltenders:
Adam Butler - Cloverdale, British Columbia
Dave Yarham - Edmonton, Alberta

Defensemen:
Joel Andresen - St. Albert, Alberta
Dylan Churchwell - Langley, British Columbia
Jordan Crocker - Brampton, Ontario
Cody Donaghey - St. John's, Newfoundland
Bill Marshall - Calgary, Alberta
Patrick O'Keefe - Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Brian Szolga - Niagara Falls, Ontario
Calin Wild - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Forwards:
Landen Burkley - Edmonton, Alberta
Iain Downes - Thorold, Ontario
Jordan Escott - St. John's, Newfoundland
Shawn Hannon - Ajax, Ontario
Scott Holben - Edmonton, Alberta
Dustin Kelly - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Remi Laurencelle - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Justin Maiolino - Loretto, Ontario
Danick Martel - Drummondville, Quebec
Connor Navrot - Martensville, Saskatchewan
Zach O'Brien - St. John's, Newfoundland
Gianluca Pallotta - Beeton, Ontario
Marcus Power - St. John's, Newfoundland
Kevin Reid - Norman's Cove, Newfoundland

Head Coach - Ian Moores - Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
Assistant Coach - Alex Bovoletis - Toronto, Ontario
Physician - Dr. Ian Marshall - St. John's, Newfoundland
Athletic Therapist - Ryan Bennett - Oakville, Ontario
RMT - Rolland Heider - Newmarket, Ontario
Equipment Manager - Nathan Belliveau - St. John, New Brunswick
General Manager - Daniel Medeiros - Toronto, Ontario 
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The Nationals are back in Quebec in 2019.

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Monday November 12

(4)River Rats vs United Armenians (1)

River Rats jump on United Armenians early and never look back

The River Rats were in rhythm and the United Armenians looked rusty. Or, maybe the River Rats were just that good on Monday night. J.Lulic scored about a minute after the ball dropped, and M.Dettorre along with M.Crialese each followed for a quick 3-0 lead. The United Armenians knew that they would be chasing the game for most of the night. Unfortunately, that bad start didn't help their cause at all. If there was any consolation, the United Armenians did manage to not concede a goal-from that point on up until Mario Diaco put it away in a yawning net. It took over two periods before they finally got on board. After receiving a quick pass, G.Jerjian made sure to bury his chance. C.Stavriadis would have preferred a cleaner sheet but won't be complaining too much as he earned the win in net.

(3)Black Knights vs GK(4)

M.David, K.Kuczmarski power GK past Black Knights

The best laid plans by some top defensemen of the Black Knights couldn't do much against the searing hot duo between M.David and K.Kuczmarski. Each registered three points in orchestrating the GK's tight victory. The Black Knights didn't have the flow of their bench that they are used to. Regardless, the GK weren't many either which suggested for an even playing field. The turning point perhaps occurred late in the second period when M.David snapped a 2-2 tie. With the next goal so important, the Black Knights failed to level, instead, J.Bradley doubled the lead by the six minute mark. As the game was winding down, D.Duhamel riffled a beauty on the power play to pull the Black Knights within one. Unfortunately, time wasn't a luxury the Black Knights had and the GK were able to kill it off en route to a fourth win in only five games.

(4)Black Knights vs United Armenians (3) O.T

D.Duhamel scores when it counts, Black Knights top United Armenians

D.Duhamel came up big in the clutch for the Black Knights. Duhamel had two goals, with his first tying the game by the 9:15 minute mark of the third. By getting just enough time in overtime after awarded a power play chance, the sniper showed once again what a good release he has. His big shot gave no chance to R.Kenadjian, who had a very solid outing for the United Armenians. Prior to the madness, the United Armenians had control of the match building a 2-0 lead. The Black Knights only responded as of the late stages of the second period. Once J.Velenosi got his team on board, the effect trickled down to the rest of the bench. Velenosi added his second by the third right before Duhamel took care of the balance. Three straight goals came-from the Black Knights that eventually gave them their first lead of the contest. However, the United Armenians weren't throwing it in. J-A Belcher netted the equaliser with just over three minutes remaining to force the extra time. If not for an unfortunate holding call, the result could have potentially favoured the winless side considering how well they played.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Matthew David of the GK. The GK forward capped his night with a flourish. M.David scored two big goals along with an assist to help lead his club past the Black Knights.

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Monday November 12

A.Kobayati scores quick hat trick as Punishers respond heavy in second match

A.Kobayati, who was somewhat silent in the first game, made plenty of noise in the following encounter. In a very short span, the Punishers d-man pretty much decided the game versus the Corporation. The contest was tied 2-2 when Kobayati showed his touch riffling three quick goals in the duration of only two and a half minutes. Everything was evenly matched throughout most of the night up until that point. The Corporation did make it interesting towards the end but the clock just kept bleeding for A.Centis to seal it in an empty cage. L.Dias took the opening game in a shootout with the help of F.Gentile and A.Jalilvand's goals while F.Russo returned the favour in the second game making big saves at key moments. It came in a losing cause but J.Scalia was very productive striking three times as part of a four point performance.

(6)The Corporation vs Punishers (5) S.O

(6)Punishers vs The Corporation (4)

An out-manned Kings team kept up as long as they could with Legacy

When Legacy decided to crank it up all the way, the Kings had no answers. T.Bozinakis, D.Bertrand and G.Pisanelli scored twelve points among them and dominated the Kings defence which were short staffed with only two changes on the bench. The Kings keep running into the same kind of problem on a weekly basis and that is to not have their complete line up show up. And when you go up against a team that's been together for well over a decade, it's only fitting that you won't get your way. Despite the losses, the Kings put up two good challenges especially in the second game where they just fell short. J.Velenosi helped create much of the offense accumulating a total of two goals and a pair of assists.

(6)Legacy vs Kings(2)

(3)Kings vs Legacy(5)

The SalumiVino player of night goes to A.Kobayati of the Punishers. In one single shift, Kobayati surged with three quick goals to even the series with the Corporation.

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Sunday November 11

(5)Lynx vs Smooth Sailors(4) O.T Inter-league

R.Beaver leads Lynx to overtime win over Smooth Sailors

For a few moments, it looked like the Lynx were going empty handed on Sunday night. Then, Y.Vanasse and R.Beaver stepped up again flipping the script by the 2:23 mark f overtime. Both players each scored twice with Vanasse tying the game late before setting up R.Beaver for the sudden death winner. Prior to the contest, even though both teams aren't familiar with each other, a close game was to be expected. The power play worked on both ends with each team scoring twice with the man advantage. This wasn't a case of many players chipping in on the score sheet rather than a few players stepping it up.For the Lynx, Y.Vanasse, R.Beaver an M.Barone combined for ten points while M.Testolina was an expected force for the Smooth Sailors finishing with three out of a possible our goals.

(4)Butchers vs Raging Rhinos (5) Inter-League

Butchers fall short in hard battle with Raging Rhinos

When looking back after weighing the circumstances, the Butchers will take positives even though they dropped the game.  It's never easy going up against a solid team like the Raging Rhinos with barley two lines. And despite all that, they nearly gave themselves a chance to go the extra distance. The Raging Rhinos played it right by pressuring and forcing constantly in hopes of creating chances. Eventually that hard work pays off and the Raging Rhinos made their opportunities count. J.Tzanetakos chipped in with a pair, but it was Y.Gazura's second goal that ultimately made the difference.

(3)Brew Crew vs Shockers(4)

PJ Gauthier sets up C.Debonis winner on perfect cross court pass

Just over a minute was all that was left for this game to go into overtime. However, that was up until P.J  Gauthier fooled everyone to find an open C.DeBonis to snap a late 3-3 tie. The defenseman earned a well deserved assist on that play. His pass was perfectly placed with a ton of power on it.Props to C.DeBonis for the very strong finish and for knowing where he has to be to score goals. That was the snipers second and third point of the game. The Shockers may have felt an easy ride heading into the third period up 4-1. But with the Brew Crew not calling it quits, a new game had developed. M.Pace started the comeback followed with his captain C.Palermo netting his second to level the game at three goals apiece. It was shortly after that moment when C.DeBonis regained the lead for good.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Randy Beaver of the Lynx. After setting up his clubs first two goals, R.Beaver wasn't done yet. The sniper went on to add two tallies that included the biggest one in the game coming in overtime.

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Friday November 9

(2)HBHA vs Hawks (1)

Hawks fall to HBHA on late power play goal

For how well both sides played defensively, a special team's goal was required to make the difference between winning and losing. The Hawks took their lone penalty of the game and paid the price for it. After losing an important draw, J.Kontitsis was the beneficiary of a perfect passing play that led to the winning goal leaving only 13 seconds on the clock. S.Govas opened the scoring for the HBHA while setting up his captain for the winner. If not for the goaltenders, neither side would have had a chance. E.Parent made that one extra save to get the better of A.Mancini, who was just as brilliant between the pipes. Even though its only half way into the season,this game was very important for the two sides. The HBHA will now have a little more breathing room to avoid a dreaded fourth place finish to the standings.

(2)Stones vs Hellas(3)

M.Boutros helps win round one for Hellas in double header night with Stones

With so much on the line for both teams, this game was very crucial for a potential playoff spot. Both sides traded two first period goals suggesting a high scoring affair. But after regrouping in between periods, the message was sent for a more cautious style. Only one goal went in from-that point on which came-from M.Boutras, who netted his second for Hellas. As much as the Stones attempted their slight desperate comeback, nothing was going through S.Sauk. The net minder was solid and flawless for two straight periods that enabled his club to secure a huge win.

(3)Bramabulls vs The Peters(4)

S.Mancini scores late beauty right before J.Morina stamps winner

After all they fought through an intense 40 minutes and change, S.Mancini came through for the Peters with a blistering slap shot to beat C.Muccino on the short side. However, it wasn't Mancini's rocket that held up for the winner. J.Morina's marker that ensued shortly after came into play as the Bramabulls responded only moments later to pull within one. By that point, time wasn't a luxury they had and the Peters were able to hang on to a gratifying win. Plenty of hype was riding for weeks prior to this encounter. And when it finally got here, no one was surprised that it finished so close. Both teams drew even for two straight periods leaving only the last few minutes to decide it.

(2)Hellas vs Stones(10)

Stones respond with authority in must win game

Be ready, stick to the game plan and finish strong. That was basically the blue print for the Stones as they completely out matched Hellas in this contest. A relentless effort paid off, and the Stones can now look ahead in hopes of better things to come. If they can do what they did tonight versus Hellas on a regular basis, then they'll be just fine. Their strength lies in the middle with T.Settino and J.Pantelis occupying the role. Both players defend extremely well while able to put up some decent numbers up front. In this particular case, they combined for five goals for a total of seven points.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to John Kontitsis of the HBHA. With the clock winding down, the captain riffled a huge power play goal that ultimately decided a close 1-1 game with the Hawks.

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Thursday November 8

(10)Raging Rhinos vs SBS Trashers(5)

SBS Trashers struggles continue with loss to Raging Rhinos

Ten goals by the Raging Rhinos, including five in the second period alone keeps SBS Trashers stuck in the basement of the E Thursday division. It didn't take long for things to go south as three goals in only nine minutes put the Raging Rhinos up 3-1.S.Longo scored his first on the power play before adding two more for a hat trick. The court was definitely tilted on the Raging Rhinos side. If the SBS Trashers don't find solutions soon enough, there season will likely end earlier than hoped for. E.Panzera, F.Gentile and J.Scalia are putting up the numbers consistently combining for eleven points but it's perhaps their defensive game that needs some tweaking.

(2)Mighty Drunks vs Carnage(4)

S.Longo two goals and assist leads Carnage to double up win

After somewhat of a slow start, Carnage looked like a different team by the second frame. By the time the eight minute mark hit, the score was 3-1 and the Mighty Drunks didn't know what hit them. S.Longo picked up-from where he left off-from the Raging Rhinos game by striking twice in that short span while eventually setting up P.Stroubakis's power play goal. Both penalty units did a great job but the Mighty Drunks could have used at least one goal on the power play to give themselves a chance. E.Garon notched both tallies in the loss.

(7)JLR Brossard vs Smooth Sailors(5)

G.Pisanelli in a league of his own

For how good G.Pisanelli was on this night, the Smooth Sailors needed one extra body on the court just to keep up with the JLR sniper. It's perhaps safe to say that Pisanelli won this game on his own even though the few players dressed did a marvel job supporting one another. The Smooth Sailors learned their lesson a little too late. With the game tied 3-3 after two periods, J.Palmitano and his deeper bench should have dictated the terms, instead the JLR Brossard took it to their opponent all thanks to one player. Pisanelli pounced on a loose ball late in the match for the winner before feeding a yawning cage.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to G.Pisanelli of the JLR Brossard. The natural talent was sensational once again, this time netting six straight goals for his club to edge out the Smooth Sailors.

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Wednesday November 7

(4) Mighty Drunks vs Decepticons(3) O.T

Mighty Drunks battle back take 4-3 overtime victory over Decepticons

In hockey, timely goals are sometimes required to make the difference between winning and losing. Luckily for the Mighty Drunks, M.Gibeault timed it just right by netting the overtime winner. Entering the frame, the Mighty Drunks took complete advantage being a man up after the Decepticons took a late third period penalty. The Decepticons looked to be in position of power throughout most of the match up until E.Garon levelled things fairly late in the third period. S.Archambault set up Garon for his third point of the contest. Despite the loss, N.Delia surprised no one that he buried two out of his clubs three goals.

(6)Carnage vs Underdogs(5)

J.Courteau hat trick helps carry Carnage over Underdogs

If the Underdogs could have applied what they did in the second period throughout most of the match, than they would have likely come out on top, instead they just weren't good enough for long stretches. The see saw effect ultimately went in favour of Carnage. After dominating the opening frame 3-1, two unanswered goals in the third period were needed to decide the outcome. In large part, three particular players came to rescue the situation. First one being J.Courteau, who finds the back of the net like its nothing, J.Vinet that scored twice along with two assists and finally G.Gammieri setting up four goals.

(7)Fat Cats vs Kentucky Blue(3)

Fat Cats down Kentucky Blue in penalty filled game

It was evident to the start of this game that both teams weren't backing down. However, a good start by the Fat Cats did set the tone forcing the Kentucky Blue to respond with a solution. The problem was that no matter how hard they tried, the Fat Cats would only get better with time. F.Gentile and M.Elfassy caused most of the problems for the Kentucky Blue as both players combined for seven points just prior to the second period ending. The final frame didn't change much expect for the fact of visiting the penalty box on a few occasions. The Fat Cats scored three out of their seven goals on their special teams that included two shorthanded.

(3)Horsemen vs Left Wings(2)

B.Rubino makes power play goal count

After a strong start to the game, the Horsemen had an even better finish. And that was because B.Rubino made his third period power play goal decide the outcome. The Left Wings did kill two straight penalties but couldn't do it for a third time that ultimately doomed them in the end. Prior to Rubino's winner, the Horsemen saw the same trio involving V.Pandza, M.Mamoulides and T.Mader take care of their first two goals. On the flip side of the court, G.Gaitanis was the only Left Wing to solve M.Vinciguerra, who was solid once more earning g the win in net.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Bryan Rubino of the Horsemen. His ability to defend the way he does sometimes gets overlooked, but the Horsemen understand what their steady defenseman brings game in and game out. Tonight, he added a little more spice to his play by netting the game winning goal.

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Tuesday November 6

(0)The Blast vs Capitals (3)

Capitals continue riding hot streak, 5 in a row

They have now won five in a row, and unless somebody figures out the Capitals, this streak may never be broken. Tonight's win came with the help of V.Bezeau's two consecutive goals along with C.Fortin denying all 28 shots his way. The Blast did waste a moment in the game that could have gone there way. Rather than scoring on the power play, the Blast surrendered their first goal shorthanded coming early in the second period. That missed chance ultimately came to hurt the Blast. M-A Morin went on to put the match away netting the Capitals third goal of the game just passed the mid way point of the final frame.

(4)Punishers vs Bramabulls(1)

Four goal second period keys Punishers win

N.Mackeen showed that he is more than just capable of making saves. By playing as a forward rather than his natural position between the pipes, N.Mackeen put up two out of the four Punishers goals versus the Bramabulls. That single frame was completely dominated-from one side. The Bramabulls had a chance to pull within one when given a power play but saw A.Centis score instead for a Punishers three goal cushion. A.Bitsakis was a big part of the equation for the win as the net minder was nearly perfect up until G.Bouchard beat him by the third period. Both sides met only a week ago and nothing much has changed with the Punishers duplicating the same result.

(2)AREZ vs Capitals(3)

Fatigue, non issue for Capitals perfect double header night

If there was one opportunity for somebody to hand the Capitals their first loss, this could have been it. All AREZ needed to do was to win the final frame of a hockey game. And as much as that sounds easy against a team that has yet to taste defeat, a 2-2 tie versus a more tired bunch normally favours the rested squad. Unfortunately, it didn't happen and the Capitals continue to roll over the opposition extending their streak to six games in a row. The deadlocked tie was snapped when the captain M.Champagne struck just shy of the mid way point of the period. AREZ did have enough time to bounce back but C.Fortin once again stood in the way earning his second win in only two hours.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Nikita Mackeen of the Punishers. Whether he plays in net or as a forward, N.Mackeen will help either way. Tonight, he posted two goals that included the winner versus the Bramabulls.

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Monday November 12

(4)River Rats vs United Armenians (1)

River Rats jump on United Armenians early and never look back

The River Rats were in rhythm and the United Armenians looked rusty. Or, maybe the River Rats were just that good on Monday night. J.Lulic scored about a minute after the ball dropped, and M.Dettorre along with M.Crialese each followed for a quick 3-0 lead. The United Armenians knew that they would be chasing the game for most of the night. Unfortunately, that bad start didn't help their cause at all. If there was any consolation, the United Armenians did manage to not concede a goal-from that point on up until Mario Diaco put it away in a yawning net. It took over two periods before they finally got on board. After receiving a quick pass, G.Jerjian made sure to bury his chance. C.Stavriadis would have preferred a cleaner sheet but won't be complaining too much as he earned the win in net.

(3)Black Knights vs GK(4)

M.David, K.Kuczmarski power GK past Black Knights

The best laid plans by some top defensemen of the Black Knights couldn't do much against the searing hot duo between M.David and K.Kuczmarski. Each registered three points in orchestrating the GK's tight victory. The Black Knights didn't have the flow of their bench that they are used to. Regardless, the GK weren't many either which suggested for an even playing field. The turning point perhaps occurred late in the second period when M.David snapped a 2-2 tie. With the next goal so important, the Black Knights failed to level, instead, J.Bradley doubled the lead by the six minute mark. As the game was winding down, D.Duhamel riffled a beauty on the power play to pull the Black Knights within one. Unfortunately, time wasn't a luxury the Black Knights had and the GK were able to kill it off en route to a fourth win in only five games.

(4)Black Knights vs United Armenians (3) O.T

D.Duhamel scores when it counts, Black Knights top United Armenians

D.Duhamel came up big in the clutch for the Black Knights. Duhamel had two goals, with his first tying the game by the 9:15 minute mark of the third. By getting just enough time in overtime after awarded a power play chance, the sniper showed once again what a good release he has. His big shot gave no chance to R.Kenadjian, who had a very solid outing for the United Armenians. Prior to the madness, the United Armenians had control of the match building a 2-0 lead. The Black Knights only responded as of the late stages of the second period. Once J.Velenosi got his team on board, the effect trickled down to the rest of the bench. Velenosi added his second by the third right before Duhamel took care of the balance. Three straight goals came-from the Black Knights that eventually gave them their first lead of the contest. However, the United Armenians weren't throwing it in. J-A Belcher netted the equaliser with just over three minutes remaining to force the extra time. If not for an unfortunate holding call, the result could have potentially favoured the winless side considering how well they played.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Matthew David of the GK. The GK forward capped his night with a flourish. M.David scored two big goals along with an assist to help lead his club past the Black Knights.

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Nationals in Quebec 2019.

The Nationals are back in Quebec in 2019.

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2019 Mens Team Canada Roster Announcement

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is pleased to announce the players and staff representing Mens Team Canada at the 2019 World Ball Hockey Championships...

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is very pleased to announce the roster of Men's Team Canada along with the Team Staff for the 2019 ISBHF World Championship in Kosice, Slovakia.

General Manager Daniel Medeiros states "We were looking across Canada for the right blend of skill, talent, work ethic, speed, size and chemistry that is going to get us back to the top of the ball hockey world, and we believe we have found just that."

Team Canada is also announcing the names of the Team Staff who bring a wealth of professional experience to take care of the squad in Kosice.

Goaltenders:
Adam Butler - Cloverdale, British Columbia
Dave Yarham - Edmonton, Alberta

Defensemen:
Joel Andresen - St. Albert, Alberta
Dylan Churchwell - Langley, British Columbia
Jordan Crocker - Brampton, Ontario
Cody Donaghey - St. John's, Newfoundland
Bill Marshall - Calgary, Alberta
Patrick O'Keefe - Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Brian Szolga - Niagara Falls, Ontario
Calin Wild - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Forwards:
Landen Burkley - Edmonton, Alberta
Iain Downes - Thorold, Ontario
Jordan Escott - St. John's, Newfoundland
Shawn Hannon - Ajax, Ontario
Scott Holben - Edmonton, Alberta
Dustin Kelly - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Remi Laurencelle - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Justin Maiolino - Loretto, Ontario
Danick Martel - Drummondville, Quebec
Connor Navrot - Martensville, Saskatchewan
Zach O'Brien - St. John's, Newfoundland
Gianluca Pallotta - Beeton, Ontario
Marcus Power - St. John's, Newfoundland
Kevin Reid - Norman's Cove, Newfoundland

Head Coach - Ian Moores - Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
Assistant Coach - Alex Bovoletis - Toronto, Ontario
Physician - Dr. Ian Marshall - St. John's, Newfoundland
Athletic Therapist - Ryan Bennett - Oakville, Ontario
RMT - Rolland Heider - Newmarket, Ontario
Equipment Manager - Nathan Belliveau - St. John, New Brunswick
General Manager - Daniel Medeiros - Toronto, Ontario 
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2018 Bermuda Masters Championship

Bermuda 2018 Gold Medal Match.

Just want to congratulate Francois Chalut and all of team Canada on winning the Gold medal game today vs Canada Halton Leafs.

Also a congratulations to the Canada Halton Leafs on winning the Silver medal.  Canada is very proud of both teams.  

As for the Bronze medal congratulations to goes out to team Italy who defeated team USA 8-3 in a very tough match up.

Great job also to all the teams who participated in this Bermuda World Masters Championships 2018.

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