The Central West Senior Hockey League championship game is set for Friday night in Grand Falls Windsor at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium. The defending champions Cataracts and the Clarenville Caribous meet at eight o clock.. And with that game the Cataracts will not have head coach Tom Coolen on the bench and the
The Sports Community in St. John’s and indeed the province are morning the sudden passing of Mike Squires. Squires was the man who established the Shamrocks Athletics Association which had senior hockey as well as junior hockey and minor hockey teams. His Shamrocks senior hockey team won the Herder Memorial Trophy in 1979. He also
Bally Haly Super Curling League semi-finals are set for Tuesday night. In the “A” semis Bill Jenkins plays Matthew Smith. The winner of that game meets Toby McDonald in the final. The “B” semi-final has Neil Jacobs against Ken Bavis. That winner faces Gary Perry in the final.
This past Sunday saw the running of The Outfitters 8th Annual St. Paddy’s Day 5km snowshoe race in the beautiful trails of Pippy Park in St John’s. Pat Collins (above) to the top spot with a incredible time of 19 min 48 secs. Top female competitor was Priscilla Rideout (below) with a time of 30
W E D N E S D A Y Adam Boland and his Memorial University curling rink of Evan Kearley lead, Zach Young second and Stephen Trickett third are Canadian University Curling champions. Boland defeated Thomas Scoffin and his Alberta rink 8-4 in the gold medal game. The Memorial team
S U N D A Y The Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts and Clarenville Caribous will need a seventh and deciding game settle the west central senior hockey league title. Collin Circelli scored at 19:06 of the third period to earn the Cataracts a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Caribous Sunday setting
S A T U R D A Y The Stephenville Jets skate to a 6-4 win over the Corner Brook Royals Saturday night in Corner Brook. Josh White and Cory Perrier scored twice each for the Jets. Tim Caines and Ken Mills with singles. Matt Colbourne had two for the Royals and Alex
Fresh off two wins over Rochester Americans the IceCaps are back in action Tuesday at Mile One. This time they face Lehigh Valley Phantoms at 7:30. The IceCaps are fourth in the North Division with 70 points. The Phantoms hold down second place in the Atlantic Division with 84 points.
S U N D A Y Trinity Placentia Junior Flyers downed Southern Shore Breakers 5-3 Sunday to take a three games to one lead in their best of seven semi final series. Patrick Churchill lead the way with two goals. Josh St. George , Tyler Whittle, and Conal McNamara had singles.
The Conception Bay CeeBee Stars are the Avalon East Senior Hockey League champions. Kenny King scored two goals and the CeeBee Stars downed the Northeast Eagles 5-3. They claim the best of seven final four games to two. Stephen Greeley, Cody Batten and Riley Ricks added singles for the CeeBee