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Race for first place becomes closer in CWSHL

Just like pants waists during the holiday season, things got tighter in the Central West Senior Hockey League over the weekend.



The first-place Gander Kelly Ford Flyers (8-3-1) lost two road games, falling 6-2 to the Clarenville Ford Caribous Friday night at the Eastlink Events Centre, then dropping a 5-2 decision to the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts at Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium Sunday afternoon.

In between, the Caribous (7-5-0) picked up a second win, downing the Cataracts 5-2 at Grand Falls-Windsor on Saturday. That and the pair of Flyers’ losses means Clarenville is just three points behind Gander heading into the league’s Christmas break.

The Cataracts are 6-6-0. In all cases, the records ionclude the results from interlocking games with ECSHL teams.

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