Angie Cerilli and Julianna Thomson captured gold as part of the Canadian Ball Hockey Association's Team Canada Women's Program, and Remi Laurencelle helped the Men's Team Canada capture bronze. The World Ball Hockey Championships were held in Kosice, Slovakia wrapping up June 22, 2019.
18 Year old goalie Julianna Thomson led the way in net with a 4-0 record during the tournament allowing only one goal. Angie Cerilli had a strong perfomance playing as a forward and getting 1 assist during the championship. Both players were representing Manitoba on Team Canada for the first time.
Remi Laurencelle was playing for the second time on Team Canada. Remi had a very strong showing with 5 points in 7 games playing on the top line. Team Canada's men lost once again to Slovakia who have now won 4 championships in a row. Remi has captured a silver in 2017 and now a bronze in 2019.
Canada is set to host the next World Championship with Manitoba being a potential host location.