Tuesday, October 16, 2018
ANTIGONISH: It took him a little longer than some to make it to the Junior Pirates, but Antigonish’s Floyd MacDonald is happy to have finished his Junior hockey days with the maroon and white. MacDonald, having grown up in Antigonish,...
ST. PETER’S: The list of local athletes who’ve cracked a Team Nova Scotia lineup isn’t all that long, but it recently grew a bit longer thanks to Cooper Fraser. The young man from St. Peter’s will represent the province...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Cabot Highlanders, a new Minor Midget AAA team being established in the Strait area, could be on the ice as early as this fall. “I was approached about three months ago by Brian MacInnis and Mike...
DUNDEE: This Friday and Saturday will see a demonstration of a rarely seen competitive art form take place at the Dundee Resort and Golf Club. Chainsaw carving will be the name of the game both days from 9 a.m. until...
PETIT DE GRAT: Expect some great baseball to be played this weekend as the Intermediate A Provincials come to Petit de Grat. “We’ll have seven teams participating, two from the RABA (Richmond Amateur Baseball Association),” said Bruce Joshua, president of...
ANTIGONISH: Leave your ego and your shoes at the door may be the unofficial motto of the town’s newest martial arts club but it might as well be welcome to the family. It would be easy for a martial...
PETIT DE GRAT: Only four years after entering the league, the Isle Madame Mariners are the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) champions. The Mariners defeated defending champs, the Little Anse Hawks 12-10 in a hard fought final Sunday afternoon that...
HALIFAX: It’s a muddy but memorable event whenever Mud Hero, a six kilometer race through an obstacle course, takes place. However, for the family of James Poirier, keeping memories alive is just as important as making new ones. The event...
ST. PETER’S: The third time was a charm for Ellie MacAulay. The 15-year-old from St. Peter’s recently returned from Vaughn, Ontario where, for the third consecutive year, she represented the province alongside the other members of Baseball Nova Scotia’s team...
ARICHAT: The president of the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) wants to explain why the league made the changes it did. During their AGM on October 1, team representatives voted to move to seven-inning games and a tournament play-off format...
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