Saturday, June 23, 2018


PETIT DE GRAT: Neither the defending Intermediate A provincial champion Inverness Athletics nor the host Red Hawks (a combination of the Petit de Grat Red Caps and Little Anse Hawks) were able to make it to the championship game...
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...
PETIT DE GRAT: The Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) championship series will begin this weekend at the Petit de Grat baseball field. The best-of-five championship series sees the first place Petit de Grat Red Caps challenge the four-time defending league...
STRAIT AREA: The Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) recently announced its major award winners and league all stars for 2017. Maurice Boudreau of the Petit de Grat Red Caps was a big winner, as he was named the league MVP...
PETIT DE GRAT: It wasn’t easy, but the Petit de Grat Red Caps found a way past the Port Hawkesbury Bucs to earn a game three win and, more importantly, earn a place in the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Trailing by four runs in the championship game of the U18 AA provincials, the Strait Area Sting dug deep and rallied back to capture their second consecutive provincial championship on August 20. “We were ‘A’ last year, but...
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...
PETIT DE GRAT: It took them all season to do it but, in the last game of the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association regular season, the Petit de Grat Red Caps slipped past the Little Anse Hawks for first place...
CREIGNISH: The national champion Cape Breton West Islanders will have even more firepower behind the bench this season as the team adds a former East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) stalwart to the coaching staff. “I’m switching playing fields a little...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Though he lived in Montreal, no one would say that Grand Master Chong Lee didn’t have a major impact on Tae Kwon Do in the local area. Lee, who introduced the martial art to Canada in 1965,...
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