Sunday, April 30, 2017


PETIT DE GRAT: The Little Anse Hawks achieved not only a banner win but also celebrated a milestone in the team’s history last Saturday when hosting the Inverness Athletics for the third game of the RABA championship. “When we started...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates endured a shutout loss on Friday night and celebrated a shutout victory on Sunday in Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League (NSJHL) play. The league-leading Glace Bay Miners visited the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre on Friday...
PORT HAWKESBURY: All four branches of Larade Tae Kwon Do are now open and ready to teach the way of the hands and feet to locals interested in martial arts. Kempie Larade, who is planning to be tested for his...
HALIFAX: A two-goal second period led to a 3-1 win last Sunday for the Nova Major Bantams, who visited the Halifax Hawks for a noon-time battle. The weekend leaves the Novas in fifth place in the provincial 12-team league. Nova Matthew...
PORT HOOD: With six wins in six games, the Cape Breton West Islanders sit at the top of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. Not only are the Islanders winning, but the guys are winning big. In terms of...
ANTIGONISH: StFX Athletics was pleased to induct its twentieth class into the StFX Sports Hall of Fame Thursday evening at the Schwartz auditorium. Joining the Hall as the 2016 inductees were six athletes: Bob Mincarelli (football), Deanna Corbett-White (basketball/field hockey),...
INVERNESS: The first trip to Inverness by the 116 passengers of the Silver Explorer was very enjoyable for both them and staff at Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs, said Cabot Links general manager Andrew Alkenbrack. “They had a little bit...
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