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Another International Ice Hockey Federation world championship tournament, another medal for Great Britain’s Mason Alderson Biddulph.

Alderson Biddulph and Team Great Britain won the Bronze Medal at the six-nation 2019 IIHF U20 World Championship Division II Group A tournament recently in Tallin, Estonia. Home team Estonia won the Gold Medal while Lithuania captured the Silver.

Mason Alderson Biddulph shows off the hardware won at the IIFH U20 World Championship Division II Group A tournament in Estonia (Photo/Hendrik Soots)

The 17-year-old forward from London was Great Britain’s seventh-leading scorer in the tournament with 1 goal and 5 assists in five games.

He was a member of the Team GB squad that won gold last year at the IIHF U18 World Championship Division II Group A tourney that was also held in Tallin.

Great Britain’s Mason Alderson Biddulph in action against Lithuania (Photo/Hendrik Soots).

Alderson Biddulph is the son of  Brian Biddulph, a rugged defenseman who played in Great Britain from 1982-83 to 1999-00 for teams in Streatham, Slough, Peterborough and Lee Valley.

Mason Alderson Biddulph representing queen and country at recent IIHF tournament in Estonia (Photot/Hendrik Soots).

The younger Biddulph is playing most of his hockey in North America this season as a member of the Islanders Hockey Club, a U.S. Premier Hockey League team in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. He has 2 goals and 3 assists in 18 games with the Isles.

Great Britain’s Bronze Medal-winning U20 national team.

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