Surf BU8 team wins back-to-back tournaments!

Congratulations to the Surf U8 Boys Junior Academy team, coached by Mario Mrakovic, for winning the Albion Cup held from July 20-22.  The boys won all five of their games, outscoring their opponents by a combined score of 14-2, and beat a strong Albion team 3-0 in the final.  The boys have won both tournaments they have entered.  Great job boys!

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