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Congratulations our Neil Barker Award
The London Bandits would like to thank all members for their vote on our awards this year. Due to COVID we aren’t able to have a volunteer appreciation night we still want to acknowledge our volunteers. 

We would like to congratulate Luisa Gould as the recipient of this years Neil Barker Award. Luisa has served on the  LMHA and London Bandits for 7 years. Luisa has served in a few roles on our boards, as a  Tournament director and now as our Secretary/Webmaster. Luisa has worked countless hours to ensure that every child had a memorable season.  She has helped many coaches and board members with her knowledge. She has organized many meetings with short notice without complaint. Luisa has gone above and beyond getting everything completed.  Thank you, Luisa.
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