We’ve got some exciting news to share from our ice hockey superstars!
Over the past weekend, lots of our team were battling it out in matches all over the UK for their respective clubs and two of the #DreamTeam managed to lift some silverware!
Firstly, Dream Team newcomer Josh Leslie lifted the Scottish National League play-off trophy with his team, the Dundee Comets. Despite being just 22 years old, Josh has already racked up over 50 appearances in the SNL and is going to bring some great quality and experience to the team.
Then, our net-minder Gemma Davies backstopped her Cardiff Comets to the Women’s Division 1 South Challenge Cup. Gemma has been part of the Dream Team for the last 5 years and whilst she has proved her qualities on the ice, she still has some off-ice etiquette to learn…
At least year’s All-Stars tournament, Gemma committed the cardinal sin of leaving her team colours on the floor in the changing rooms. The team quickly dished out punishment, taking Gemma on an inflatable-themed walk of shame around Ice Arena Wales.
We’d like to say a massive congratulations to both Josh and Gemma on their achievements and that we’re proud to have you representing Dreams Come True!
If you’d like to support Josh and Gemma in their fundraising for Dreams Come True Ice Hockey at the UK Charity Allstars, you can visit their fundraising pages below:
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