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Lord Benny's Cup pond hockey

Friends gather annually and play pond hockey on New Year's Day in the annual event known as Lord Benny's Cup.

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Hugh Hillstrom, left, of Flower Power, attempts to keep the puck away from Jeremy Anderson of Purple Reign as Andy Fitzgerald and Tom Orr, right, look on in the background. Teams have rather colorful uniforms and must have a different theme every year. Some four to eight teams play in the friendly annual Lord Benny's Cup.
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Ben Walz is followed by Nick Johnson near the boards. Players for the friendly hockey event must be at least 21 years old. John M. Steiner / The Jamestown Sun
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Frost-covered trees made for a nice backdrop for the 15th annual Lord Benny's Cup pond hockey tournament in Jamestown on New Year's Day 2023.
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Joe Klundt, left, skates in toward the puck controlled by Chris Newans during the holiday pond hockey tournament. Some players, including Jamestown High School alumni, travel from out of town.
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Hockey action takes place in front of a backdrop of snow-covered trees during the hockey tournament.
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Jeff Romsdal is one of the organizers and is the host of the Lord Benny's Cup which is played adjacent to his yard. Romsdal was part of the Flower Power team.
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Steve Bennion of team Flower Power makes a plan to put the puck into action.
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A deck above the ice rink made for a good place to watch the hockey action.
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