S U N D A Y Southern Shore Breakers suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Mt. Pearl Blades. The Blades came away with a 4-1 win. Grant Thompson had three goals for the Blades Michael Barnes had a single. Justin David replied for the Shore.
ACW Law handed M5 just their fourth loss of the season in Metro Basketball play as they beat M5 51-39. Leon Peddle the big man in this game with 20 points for the winners. Paul Morgan added 14. Mike Fudge had 16 points for the losers. Sundance improved to 10-5 as they
The St. John’s IceCaps announced that Rob Mullowney, Vice President, Operations for the club, will be leaving organization to take a senior management position with the new American Hockey League (AHL) franchise in Belleville, Ontario. While the new Belleville entry – which will serve as the Ottawa Senators AHL affiliate – does not
Ten Newfoundland players and two Newfoundland coaches have been named to Softball Canada’s list of forty (40) athletes who have been named to the 2017 Men’s National Team Athlete Pool.Team Canada head coach John Stuart (Langley, BC) and assistant coaches John Hill (St. John’s, NL) and Les Howey (Conception Bay, NL) will return as
In Avalon East Senior Hockey play Monday night the defending champions St John’s Caps skate to a 5-2 win over the Northeast Eagles. The Caps improve to 2-2 on the season. The Eagles fall to 0-3-1.
S U N D A Y The Cataracts get a weekend split with the Gander Flyers skating to a 5-2 win on Sunday. Five players shared in the Cats scoring–Andrew Brennan, Luke Gallant, Collin Circelli, Andre Gill and Danny Wicks. Andrew Ryan and Pat O’Keefe replied for the Flyers . STANDINGS
S U N D A Y CBR Renegades evened their record at four wins and four losses with a 4-3 overtime win Sunday over the Trinity Placentia Flyers. Northeast Eagles downed C-B-N Stars 8-4 in action Sunday. Brandon Sexton had three gioals and two assists for the winners. Josh Taylor added
Metro Basketball play resumes Thursday with three game at the Provincial Recreation Center. At seven M5 who are in first place with a 6-1 record meet ACW Law who are 2-5 At eight second place Team Kielly who are 5-2 go against Swilers who are 3-4. At at nine The 3-4 Sundance team play last
Newfoundland will be sending its delegation to the Baseball Canada Fall Convention which starts Wednesday in Fredericton New Brunswick. President Kevin Legge will be accompanied by Umpire in Chief Mark Jones, Coaching head Greg Williams and Executive Director Ryan Garland.
The Bally Haly Super Curling League began it’s play on Tuesday night Stewart McKelvey with skip Neil Jacobs skip beat Technip skipped by Ken Bavis skip 9-3. The Bill Jenkins skipped Provincial Benefits downed Osmonds Furniture with Julia Pitcher as skip 8-5. All North Surveys with Keith Renouf as skip) blanked Coastal Chiropractic with