Jersey and Equipment Inventory, News (TCDMHA)

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Jun 03, 2018 | Jeff Rosenburg | 1326 views
Jersey and Equipment Inventory
Year end inventory on all returned jersey and equipment was taken on Saturday.  We are currently seeking the return of the following Jerseys and Equipment.


JERSEYS

Barry's Construction
#32 Dark

Don Crawford
#7 - White
#13 - White & Dark
#30 - Dark

Moggie Valley
#21 - Dark
#22 - Dark
#34 - Dark

Horton's Concrete
#18 - Home

Howell Transport
#28 - White
#25 - White and Dark
#1 - White

Town and Country
#8 - White and Dark
#14 White and Dark

Extreme Heating
#21 - White

Sierra Aggregates - Complete Home Set

EQUIPMENT

Goalie Equipment - Novice/Tyke/IP Size (2 sets not returned)
Red Trainer's Kits (Provided to Novice and Below) - 5/6 Kits Not Returned

If you have any of the Jerseys and/or equipment listed, or know who might please have it returned to any executive member, no questions asked!
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