27-03-2015 | Bo

Veteran 40 DM

Lørdag spiller Mogens Olesen, Bo Børsen Hansen og lejesvenden Knud Brunbjerg og DM medaljer i old boys slutspillet i Ringe PÅ FYN (nogle har antydet at Ringe ligger på Bornholm;-)).
Holdet møder Amager der ligger nr. 1 med max points og Brønshøj. Blot et enkelt point vil sikre bronze mens 2 sejre formentlig vil give guld. 
Derfor kan vi desværre ikke bakke serie 2 holdet op i Høsthallen vedr. DM og vi har ingen holdleder eller nogen på holdet der kan finde  ud af endsige er koblet op på facebook, så sms'er må række. 


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Bjarne Toft 28-03-2015  
Rigtig stort tillykke med DM-sølvet til hele holdet. Det er faktisk godt gået ...
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