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Getting muddy for a good cause

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Getting muddy for a good cause

“They’re going to get muddy,” said Frank Adamson of Pelham Mudfest participants before the start of the event Saturday. Adamson, mudfest organizer, said there were more than 200 people registered for the event held at Bissell’s Hideaway in Pelham. “It’s a six-kilometre run with 28 obstacles. There are a lot of natural obstacles here, from […]

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Promotions at Phoenix Jiu Jitsu Dojo

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Promotions at Phoenix Jiu Jitsu Dojo

Members of Phoenix Jiu Jitsu Dojo in Port Colborne received promotions after a recent grading period. All the students worked hard over the past month showing their skills in basic groundwork, throws, striking and footwork, dojo etiquette and self-defence. Phoenix Jiu Jitsu Dojo is a non competitive dojo that meets Bethel Community Centre, in Port […]

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High school invitational regatta successfully ran its course

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High school invitational regatta successfully ran its course

South Niagara Rowing Club hosted more than 1,200 athletes this past weekend at the High School Invitational Regatta, the prelude to the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association Championships June 5 to 7, in St. Catharines. Competitors came from schools in Ontario, Quebec and New York. Local schools entered in the regatta were: Ècole secondaire catholique Jean […]

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High School Invitational Regatta this weekend

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High School Invitational Regatta this weekend

South Niagara Rowing Club’s High School Invitational Regatta will see 1200+ athletes in Welland around Dain City this Saturday and Sunday. Competitors come from all over Niagara, the Burlington area,  Toronto, Buffalo and even Tilsonburg and London to compete in the prelude to the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association Championships June 5 to 7 in […]

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Pan Am Games will be quite the spectacle

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Pan Am Games will be quite the spectacle

Welland will be the first stop Niagara stop for the Pan Am Games torch relay, residents heard Wednesday night at a Pan Am Games information session. Cassandra Magazzeni, Welland’s Pan Am Games coordinator, said the torch will be lit at the Market Square Saturday, June 20 and carried to Welland Community Wellness Complex on Lincoln […]

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Wainfleet Wild down two games in finals

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Wainfleet Wild down two games in finals

The Wainfleet Wild are down 2-0 in OMHA Juvenile DD Finals against the Milverton Drives after losing 4-3 at home Sunday. Wainfleet started game two, in the best of five series, strong and controlled play for the part of the first period. However, the Wild gave up two goals to head into the second period […]

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