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Saturday, September 01, 2007

Nader Hanna, captain of this year's Canada Bermuda Bowl team, is doing a phenomenal job in getting the team ready for Shanghai - he has the team in all sorts of prep activities designed to maximum performance at the big event, and Nader himself is spending a zillion hours making this all happen.

As part of the prep activities organized by Nader, Team Canada has these upcoming practice matches next week:

Team Poland - Mon Sep 3 (1:00 PM ET)
Team Cayne - Wed Sep 5 (7:30 PM ET)
Team Egypt - Sat Sep 8 (3:00 PM ET)


  • At 4:06 PM, Anonymous Jeff Smith said…

    Nader Hanna is doing an amazing job...he is at least as dedicated as the 6 playing members of the team if not more. He has spent countless hours walking us through Kokish training material and countless more hours setting up practice matches and other administrative functions. If we succeed in Shanghai it will be in large part due to his efforts, if he fail, it will be through no fault of his.


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