Year of Development for Six Nations Bantam Reps

Six Nations Bantam Rep goalie Kade Anthony makes a save against Delhi in action Sunday at the GPA. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Writer SIX NATIONS – Six Nations Bantam Rep coach Neil Anthony has referred to this season as a year of development. Leading what is a talented young squad, Anthony saw many positives after his team dropped on Sunday October 27th, a 4-1 decision at home against the Delhi Rockets. “I think our best moment came when we killed seven minutes being shorthanded,” Coach Anthony said referring to late in the second when his team found themselves looking to kill off a five on three situation. “It’s only our second game. We’re just figuring out lines right now. In time, we’ll be alright.” Supplying some strong goal tending was Kade Anthony who entertained the Gaylord Powless Arena faithful with a variety of big saves in what was a…

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