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Tragically Hip's Gord Downie dead at 53
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Holy Cross women in medal round at national Jubilee Trophy tourney
Holy Cross wins Challenge Cup final, defeating Laurentians 3-1 at KGV
Frequent dance partners will tango again; it's a Holy Cross-St. Lawrence Challenge Cup final
Laurentians will play in Challenge Cup final again
Challenge Cup: Forsey first at the finish
First place nice, but playoff success better, Laurentians coach Derek Strang says
Challenge Cup soccer: 'Gord-Cast' puts Dunphy back in the game
“I’ve gone through a hard ordeal the past two years with some major medical issues,” said Gord Dunphy, Jocelyn’s husband. “My wife, who gives me great support, felt the best therapy was to do something I like.” There was no doubt that ...
Hawco used his head for some Challenge Cup history
Sam HawcoBut that would be if the play was being made at his team’s end of pitch. Wednesday night at the Topsail Turf Complex, Hawco made what many think might be Challenge Cup soccer history when he scored a goal from a set piece in the final minute ...
NLSA names Mackey, Warren, Hynes and Dyer as top players in June
Jake WarrenJake Warren, a striker with the Crusaders Challenge Cup team, was named the top senior male athlete for the month after he scored eight goals in four games, helping the Crusaders move back into playoff contention by taking 10 out of a ...
Challenge Cup: Holy Cross seems to be kicking into high gear
League-leading scorer Jake Warren had two goals and Thomas Pieroway posted the shutout as Holy Cross blanked the Gerry O’Brien Financial Canada Games team 3-0 at King George V Park Sunday. Michael Dunne also scored for the Crusaders, who have won ...
Newfoundland and Labrador earns a tie and a loss during Atlantics in Corner Brook
In other U14 action, P.E.I. beat Nova Scotia 4-1. In U13 play, Newfoundland and Labrador were edged 3-2 by New Brunswick, while Nova Scotia and P.E.I. tied 1-1. Action continues 10 a.m. today with Nova Scotia playing New Brunswick in the U13 ...
Three ties and a loss for Newfoundland on Day 1 of Atlantic U13, U14 championships
In Corner Brook, Newfoundland’s U14 boys played to a scoreless draw against New Brunswick. In the boys U13 event, also being held in Corner Brook, Newfoundland lost 3-2 to New Brunswick, with Anderson Pritchard and Nick Jones scoring for the home ...
Atlantic U13 and U14 soccer tourneys begin today
NLSA logoAnd a couple will be doing so on home soil. Corner Brook is host to the boys U13 and U14 championships beginning today. The girls U13 and U14 events are in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Each four-team competition will see each team playing three ...
Obituary: Al Slaney was a 'keeper
He was 61. Funeral details are to be announced. Inducted into the provincial soccer Hall of Fame in 2005, Slaney’s accomplishments between the posts for the St. Lawrence Laurentians were such that the award for the all-star goalkeeper in Challenge ...
Newfoundland boys teams win gold in Atlantic U15 and U16 soccer championships
NLSA logoThe U15s won their title with a wide margin of victory, 5-1 over Prince Edward Island, while the U16s’ championship victory came in much more dramatic fashion, prevailing in penalty kicks against Nova Scotia, with Newfoundland goalkeeper ...
Things may actually be looking up because Challenge Cup scoring is down
Not surprisingly, given that stat, scoring is down. However, one of the league’s head coaches says he believes this is more the result of increased parity within the league as opposed to failing offences and/or teams playing tighter in their own end ...