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EH Summer Masters' Finals
eh_logo01.jpgEH Summer Masters' Finals played at Oxford Hawks HC on Sunday 30 July 2019
Yorkshire teams had mixed results in this year's Summer Masters' Finals, hosted by Oxford Hawks.
The day was action packed with 10 different finals in 3 different age groups and across two tiers.
CONGRATULATIONS go to Sheffield University Bankers who beat Leicester Westligh 8-1 in the Men's O30s Tier 2, and in the Men's O50s Tier 1 Wakefield beat St Albans 2-1
COMMISEATONS go to Huddersfield Dragons who lost 5-2 against Hampstead & Westminster in the Men's O40s Tier 1, and to Harrogate, who lost 2-1 to Cambridge City in the Women's O40s Tier 1 Final.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 31 July 2019 - 10:52:49;

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