Brantford Sports Council announces 2018 FINALISTS for Sports Awards

  The Brantford Sports Council is pleased to announce the Finalists in nine categories for the Sports Awards that will be presented at the 14th annual Sports Recognition Banquet on Wednesday February 13, 2019 at the Brantford Golf & Country Club, 60 Ava Rd. The Adrian Scherders Memorial Award – Sportsmanship and Dedication Jacob Alway
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The Brantford Golf and Country Club, overlooking the exceptional Grand River again hosted the 56th annual edition of the Big Chief Men’s Curling Bonspiel. Because of the generosity by Sun Life Financial as the Key Sponsor, teams competed from January 11 through January 13. This bonspiel attracts competitive teams from across Southern Ontario, Northern Ontario, and
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Santa Bulletin Board: Brant Region, Canada To Delivery Elves: Please be advised that there are some changes in our labeling for delivery to Brant and Brantford City Councils: Add Davey Bailey as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brant County and Kevey Davis as ‘His Worshippy’ for Brantford; Joshey Wall, Newby-Fro-Councillor and Jan-ey Vanderstelt, as Redux-Councillor in the
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Brantford Sports Council seeking Nominations for annual Sports Awards The Brantford Sports Council is seeking nominations to recognize the outstanding achievements of local athletes, coaches, volunteers, teams, officials and sponsors who are actively involved in and support minor sports in our community.  The awards will be presented at the 14th annual Brantford Sports Council Sports Recognition Banquet on Wednesday February
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By Jesse Ferguson Some hockey fans assembled at the Civic Centre Friday, Nov. 23 to see some Allan Cup hockey. Admittedly, it was strange to be here and not be seeing the hometown Brantford Blast play. For those who don’t know, the Blast were put up for sale from longtime owner Peter Hamm. Offers to
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The Year-Ender Bender © is the Burford Men’s Slo-Pitch league’s playoff tournament kicked off Wednesday, Sept. 5th. It was a back-and-forth affair to start out on Diamond A between the #Crunchers (below) and Bre Haul. This game was between third and sixth seeds, so it looked to be a close game. Picking things up in the
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On Wednesday, August 29 the league was making up another slate of rainout games from earlier in the season. However, this would mark the last day of the season. And there was a lot on the line… First place was being fought out between three teams, while four through six was being sort out simultaneously.
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Wednesday August 29th, 2018 was the championship game for the Paris Ladies 3-Pitch League.  Pam Whiting (the leagues administrator), facilitates, and organizes games from May until August.  There are four teams of 15 women who play to the best of their ability each week.  This is a recreational league, so you’re experience level can range
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Burford Slo-Pitch: A two-tiered league By Jesse Ferguson As mentioned last week, the major game of consequence from a rain-out week (June 22) was Tota Farms and Ackland’s as this game would go a long way to decide fourth, fifth, and sixth place. The games from June 22 were played August 27th, in a rare
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Event photographs courtesy of Luvern Mornin, ‘Back of the Room Photography’ Tyler Stemmler didn’t want to send everyone home. Despite the pretty steady rain on Saturday the 25th, Stemmler decided to stick it out at Brant Crossings Skatepark in Brantford and let it ride for his charity event Skate 4 The Brain. And lo and
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