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OMHA Champions Recognized
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Thursday, June 20, 2019
Tuesday night was the crowning jewel for last years, OMHA Champions.

The Behan Minor Midget Nighthawks were thrilled to be honoured by the Towns of Cobourg and Port Hope for their remarkable hockey season.

This group of young men, proudly wore their coveted Red Hats while they were recognized at the council meeting for their incredible success.

Way to go boys!

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