PORT HAWKESBURY: The second annual James Poirier Memorial Basketball Tournament will be held at SAERC this weekend. In addition to the basketball action, the tournament is being held in conjunction with a fundraiser dance at the Port Hawkesbury Legion on...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Pirate alumni will take to the ice on March 31 to battle some of the all time greats as the Montreal Canadiens alumni visit the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. The game is part of the Montreal...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The executive of the Strait Pirate Junior B Hockey Club has been short-benched the last few years but things are looking up due to a pending announcement that will see Adam Rodgers named the new president of...
PORT HOOD: Only two games into the second round of the Cape Breton West/Pictou series, and things are getting very interesting as the Islanders skated to a big 8-1 win on Saturday but lost 4-3 on Sunday. “We came out...
PICTOU: Although they are currently battling the very tough Cape Breton West Islanders, the first round of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League (NSMMHL) playoffs proved you’d be well-advised never to count out the Pictou Weeks Midgets. The Weeks...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Volunteers are providing elbow grease, Port Hawkesbury is providing the venue, and the provincial government is providing some cash. The Strait area is soon to be the talk of the curling world. The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling...
SYDNEY: Home ice advantage did no favours for the Cape Breton Tradesmen last weekend as the Cape Breton West Islanders rolled into the County Arena and scored back-to-back wins, closing out their best-of-seven playoff series in four straight games. At...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After three years of serving as the head coach of the Strait Pirates, David Marston has stepped away from the team. “I’m proud of having had the opportunity to coach this franchise, the most historic franchise in the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates closed out play for the 2016-17 season last Saturday night when visiting the Glace Bay Miners for the fourth and final game of their playoff series. The result was a 6-0 loss for the maroon...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With Nova Scotia Senior Championships fast approaching, the Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) sent seven of their “Phastest” swimmers to the Long Course Prep Meet in Halifax on February 17 and 18. The local swimmers recorded eight...
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