Women play in softball league

STELLARTON — Women of all ages continue to flock to a local league of their own. They are members of an ongoing summer league called the Leo Fahey Twilight Ladies Softball League that is played at least once a week, usually at the Albion Athletic Field. The league only recently began its 2017 season. “About...

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Gold medalists meets Bombers

TRENTON — Members of Atom Division team in the New Glasgow Minor Hockey Association enjoyed a special ball hockey game last week in Trenton. Tessa Bonhomme, a gold medalist while playing with Canada’s Olympic women’s hockey team in 2010, also took part in the game with the Bombers on June 12. It was hosted by...

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Major Midgets record sweep

Two wins have helped the Pictou County Weeks Major Midget stay in the top tier of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League standings. Pictou County defeated the South Shore Mustangs 5-3 on Saturday on the road and downed the visiting Cape Breton Tradesmen 9-2 on Sunday to remain in fourth place by a narrow...

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Gryphons fourth at Anse MacDonald hoop tourney

NEW GLASGOW – The North Nova Gryphons ended up fourth on Saturday at the annual Anse MacDonald Invitational high school boys’ basketball tournament on Friday and Saturday. Bailiey MacDonald hooped 23 points, but the Gryphons opened with a 73-68 setback on Friday to the Dr. J.H. Gillis Royals, who went unbeaten to win the tournament....

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