West Hants councillors looking for more youth engagement
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2018 national university women’s rugby championship will be played in Wolville
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Battle of the Bowl - Middleton’s All-Wheel Riding Park site of Oct. 14 competition
Women encouraged to give the game of curling a try at Windsor Curling Club this October
Machine men lose final regular season match to Enfield RFC
Team captain Axel Lawrence charges up the pitch to try to put the Machine in a scoring position.The Machine took on the Enfield RFC Sept. 9 for a late morning game and lost. A win would've ensured a playoff spot. “It was better than expected. Once ...
Acadia’s Tucker looking to build on last season's team, individual successes for women’s rugby
Her goals for her sophomore season are to improve on that performance, both for herself individually and more importantly, for the Axewomen team as a whole. “Coming in here, I knew I wanted to improve my skills and strength,” Tucker said in an Aug. ...
Machine men gearing up for final rugby match of the year against Enfield
Grenville Lines attempts to tackle this Tars player.The Machine will take on the Enfield RFC on Sept. 9 at King's-Edgehill School for their final regular season game. If they win or get two bonus points for keeping the game close, they should advance ...
From star athlete to coach, Bluefins alumnus is training the next generation of swimmers
That sound was Hayden Adams, head coach of the Windsor Bluefins, with his deafening, booming voice, getting slightly more hoarse as the event progressed. He runs up and down the sidelines with his swimmers, with a big grin on his face, encouraging ...
Port Medway logroller competes at Worlds
“It’s really fun,” she said. Ella, from Port Medway, NS, competed at the Lumberjack World Championships, in Hayward, Wis. from July 20 to 22. Now 14, Ella competed in the amateur division in the U13 age group. “You put a big cedar or synthetic log in ...
Valley Bulldogs hold on to beat Windsor Machine during tough rugby semi-final
The game, played Aug. 24 as the sun was setting in Windsor, saw the Bulldogs dominate the first half, with the Machine putting up a spirited second and nearly tying the game. While the outcome wasn't what they wanted, Sarah Boudreau, who co-captains ...
Swimmers take over Windsor for provincial meet
Both the Windsor Bluefins and the Cole Harbour Hurricanes, hosted the tournament and shared organizing duties for the event held from Aug. 18 – 20, at the Hants Aquatic Centre. Many provincial records were broken, with new ones set, and a diverse ...
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Open English Hunter Pony/Horse #1 1. To Be or Not To Be o/Alissa Cue, Aylesford, r/ Azlyn Bezanson, Wolfville; 2. Vanilla Sky o/Crystal Tattersall, Torbrook, r/Samantha Rawding, Wolfville; 3. All Is Good o/r Mary Jopling, Newport Open English ...
LIVING THE DREAM: Jessie Bryan heading to Acadia to forge her own path to teaching physical education
Now, she's on the verge of making that happen. The multi-sport athlete, best known for her rugby prowess, is heading to Acadia University this fall to take kinesiology. While there, she'll be joining the ranks of the Acadia Axewomen's rugby team. “I ...
Machine women put skills to the test in crossover game with Division 1 Halifax Tars
The Machine, who are still waiting to find out if they finish first or second in the Division 2 standings, played their hearts, keeping the Division 1 Tars on their toes. “I think we just decided that we needed to turn on the heat. We started playing ...