Bantam reps reamin unbeaten

Oceanside’s Bantam Rep Generals remain unbeaten on the season as they blasted the Peninsula Eagles 6-1 at ‘the Place on Sunday.

Oceanside’s Thomas Little steams through the Peninsula defence on Sunday en route to his first of two goals on the game.

Oceanside’s Bantam Rep Generals remain unbeaten on the season as they blasted the Peninsula Eagles 6-1 at ‘the Place on Sunday.

The win lifts the squad of 13-14 year olds to 10-0 and sitting alone in first in their five-team Tier 3 league.

According to OMHA Rep coordinator John Busch, the Bantams have outscored their opponents 60-19 thus far.

“Holy smokes,” he chuckled. “They’ve got a real good team this year.”

GAMES ON

Oceanside’s Atom A development team is in action at ‘the Place Saturday against Nanaimo (10:15 a.m. start), and the Midget Rep A team takes on Comox at 2:15 p.m. in a leaguer.

On Sunday, the Peewee A Rep Generals host Kerry Park (11:30 a.m. start.) which is followed by the Midgets who are back in action against Victoria Racquet Club (1:45 p.m. start).

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