Banner 1Banner 2Banner 3Banner6Banner_2014Banner 8Banner 7
heading_bullets
Club News Story
 

Sunday Results

2018 / 01 / 15

The 18u boys Premiere event featured two Maverick teams, a rare happening in these eyes.

The Mustangs who were seeded 4th and looking for a possible medal round to gain points for the upcoming Grand Prix. Coach Frank St Denis got more than expected from his guys when they rose to the top of the pile and clinch that date in March. Meanwhile the Desperados who were a lastminute add to the ticket used the tournament to ensure that all players were in tune and ready to go for their next tournament. Coach Dunning is always the optimist is pleased with the team's competitive edge and happy with the progress of the group overall.

At 16u the Longhorns ventured Northwest to Barrie and their first premiere event. The guys were the #1 seed and had that target on their back by the entire field. Out of the gate winning their first three sets and maintaining their seed was positive but the process was clouded by a loss to Forest City in the second match. A rebound win in the quarters gave coach Kerry MacLean optimism for the final 4. However the team soon demonstrated an inability to close in tight games and settled for 4th at the end of the day. Certainly food for thought as the team heads into the exam period and must wait until February for their next competition.

Meanwhile back here at home the Bulls were hosting at Mer Bleue and coach Tyler Legault's squad had 

On the girls side the 17u age group was the feature event Sunday an as per usual multiple Maverick teams were featured.

Our 17u Goldrush were in Burlington returning to Premiere and hoping to finish with enough point for a spot in the GrandPrix event as well. Coach John Nguyen was overall pleased with the final standing of Bronze as it reached that goal however the event revealed som issues that will be addressed in the coiming exam period as well including rest for key players.

Here in Ottawa both the 17u Eldorado and 16u BlackJacks competed at the Championship division. Coach Matt Monych was pleased with the dominant play all day of the girls where they won their pool and quarters in straight sets and toughed out a gutsy win in the semi final vs Durham Attack. However at the end of the day more lessons were learned as a Charged up galxy Rockets blasted off on the team leaving us with Silver. The 16u BlackJacks Colin Walker reports that the team was their consistent selves displaying great heart and desire. A 5th place finish keeps themin the Championship division and hopes for a berth in the 17u provincial championships.

In Pembroke the 16u Wildcards and Gamblers both played up at 17u the day came to a conclusion with the Wildcards beingsuccessful in winning Bronze over the Gamblers. A result that brough a smile to coach Aaron Wade's face, mostly when the entire Gamblers team raced to console injured WildCard  Alex Cameron at the conclusion of the match  No sour grapes just Mavs family values. great job girls.

heading_bullets
Inspiration
 
“ Nobody's a natural. You work hard to get good and then work hard to get better. ”
– Paul Coffey
heading_bullets
Maverick Blog / texte français