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FRANK YMOCK CLASSIC - TOURNAMENT WRAP UP
Submitted By Tom Cogghe on Thursday, February 22, 2018
Another successful Frank Dymock Classic is in the books.


On behalf of the Wallaceburg Minor Hockey Association, the Frank Dymock family and the Frank Dymock Tournament Committee I want to thank everyone who was part of this year's tournament.
 
With this being the 10th year it was bigger than ever, registering 32 teams (26 of those from outside of Wallaceburg) and it was the most successful in my 4 years at the helm.  With a tournament this large there is a lot of work and support that is involved and I want to thank all the volunteers (you know who you are!), all the people who made bake sale donations and the community of Wallaceburg (and surrounding areas) for welcoming all the participants.  A huge thank-you goes out to all our sponsors and businesses that advertised with us and donated services to help make this tournament happen year after year (click here for a list of our sponsors).
           
A special thanks to the Dymock Family, Bob Weese and our major sponsors for joining us for the ceremony on Saturday.  And last but not least, thank you to all the teams involved, without you the tournament wouldn't be worth while.  I look forward to having many of you back next year especially the teams that won their divisions; we hope you return to defend your title!
 
Congratulations to the following Finalists and Winners:
 
Novice:
 
Finalist - Oakville Kings NOR4
Winner - Langton Leafs LL1
 
Atom:
 
Finalist - North London Nationals A4
Winner - Waterford Wildcats LL1
 
Peewee:
 
Finalist - Oakridge Aeros 25
Winner - London Bandits A6
 
Bantam:
 
Finalist - Wallaceburg Lakers TC2
Winner - Mitchell Meteors LL1

Thank you once again - see you next year!

Yours In Hockey,

Tom Cogghe
WMHA - Director of Tournaments
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