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PeeWee's Win LMLL A Championship
Submitted By Kevin Vandevenne on Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Congratulations to the PeeWee's for winning the LMLL Series A Championship in Point Edward on March 19th. This caps off another great season for the PeeWee team. Many thanks to all the players, coaches and parents who made it all possible. 

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