Mark Noseworthy is the champion of the St John’s Super Curling League. Noseworthy scored once in the extra end and edged Paul Harvey 5-4. This game was forced to the extra end when Harvey scored twice in the eighth end.
Toby McDonald and his rink won the “A” section championship of the Ball Haly Super League Tuesday night. McDonald defeated Greg Smith 5-2. And Gary Perry claimed the “B” section championship after defeating Neil Jacobs 7-2. That concluded the Bally Haly Super League curling season.
M5 won the opening game of the best of three Metro Basketball final series Thursday night. M5 get by ACW Law 59-53. Mike Fudge led the winners with a 15 point effort while Jeff Locked added 12 and Bill Hurley Junior chipped in with 11. Paul Morgan had a 19 point performance
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador handed out three awards for the past season prior to the start of game one of the Herder Memorial Trophy final. A J Whiffen who toiled with the Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts for the past number of seasons but this year decided to play with the Conception Bay
S U N D A Y The St. John’s IceCaps could not complete the comeback and were topped by the Hershey Bears 2-1 Sunday afternoon at Mile One Centre. Riley Barber scored the only first period goal for the Bears as they grabbed a 1-nothing lead . The teams played through
GAME TWO The CeeBee Stars have evened the best of five Herder Memorial Trophy final at a game apiece with Clarenville Caribous. Matthew Thomey’s goal late in the third period from Colin Feehan and Danbiel Cadigan proved to be the winner as the CeeBee Stars win 2-1. John Snow also scored in the
S A T U R D A Y Corner Brook Royals beat Deer Lake Red Wings 10-2. Stephenville Jets edge Port aux Basques 6-5 in a shootout, That gives Stephenville home ice advantage in final. F R I D A Y Brad Dyke stopped all shots fired
The Southern Shore Breakers won a real nail biter in the seventh game of the St Johns junior hockey semi-finals with Trinity Placentia Flyers Monday night. Justin David scored with 16 second left in the third period and Southern Shore Breakers edged Trinity Placentia Flyers 5-4 to advance to the St. John’s Junior
It was a thrilling end to the Central West Senior Hockey League best of seven final series. Mason Reid scored in overtime and the Clarenville Caribous edge the defending champions Cataracts 4-3 to earned a berth in the 2017 Herder Memorial Trophy final. The best of five series begins Saturday night in Harbour Grace with
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