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  • Williams chalks up second ring win

    Williams chalks up second ring win0

    By Jim Windle LONDON — Six Nations amateur boxer Skyler Williams of Brantford’s Bell City Boxing Club won his second bout in London at the Warrior Gym last week as a part of a fight card. Williams, a late comer to the fight game, recorded his first win in July at the Knights of Columbus

  • Chiefs against the Rockin MSL playoffs

    Chiefs against the Rockin MSL playoffs0

    The Six Nations Pro-Fit Chiefs’ best-of-seven Major Series semi-finals against the Oakville Rock could seem more like a best-of-nine should the series go the distance. The last two games of the regular season was a home-and-home series with the Rock, which they split. The defending Mann Cup Champion Chiefs finished the regular season in third

  • Curt Styres NLL General Manager of the year again

    Curt Styres NLL General Manager of the year again0

    NLL — For the second time in his career, Rochester Knighthawks’ Curt Styres has been named the National Lacrosse League General Manager of the Year. The award is the fourth won by the Knighthawks this offseason after an incredible run to the 2018 NLL Finals. “I am honored to win the General Manager of the Year,”

  • Jr. A update

    Jr. A update0

    The Brampton Excelsiors were one win away from eliminating the Orangeville Northmen in the best-of-seven OLJALL final, as of deadline, Tuesday night. The series began July 31st with the Northmen taking down the Brampton Excelsiors 6-3, in Brampton. Game #2 did not go the way of the home team as the Excelsiors defeated the Northmen

  • Jr. B Gaels face elimination to Mohawks

    Jr. B Gaels face elimination to Mohawks0

    CLARINGTON — In OJBLL playoff action, the Elora Mohawks lead the best-of-five championship series two games to none going into Tuesday night’s all important Game 3 at the Darlington Sports Centre. Aug. 3rd, the Mohawks easily won Game 1, 13-5. Give Mohawks goalie Landon Kells the game ball after turning away 54 of 59 shots

  • Rivermen rise to the Titans

    Rivermen rise to the Titans0

    OHSWEKEN — The Oakville Titans and the Six Nix Nation Rivermen got at it Friday and Saturday nights as the OSBLL, playoff season began. Both semi-final series went a fill five games with Oakville eliminating Brooklin in the other semi-series. Game 1 was staged at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre in Oakville Friday, with the