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Key takeaways from York9 FC’s short campaign

September 19, 2020   ·   0 Comments

You have to feel for York9 FC. Analysis written before the Island Games’ tournament suggested the team’s offseason acquisitions had cemented the club as one ...

Aurora-King Jays rep head coach donates to All Kids Can Play

Head coach Irene Skanderis and manager Brenda Badger of the 15U, Aurora-King Jays have donated $1,000 to the All Kids Can Play Program. Since Badger ...

York9 FC is coming back to Ontario after Charlottetown’s Island Games

It’s a ubiquitous feeling in the dressing room. Expectations were so high and the result is nowhere where it should have been. That’s the part ...

Aurora Tigers land former NHLer to coaching staff

The Aurora Tigers have brought in former NHL winger for the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs, Greg Johnston, as associate coach. The club ...

Nine Stripes come back to earn first point in the Island Games

The Canadian Premier League never thought their second season as a professional entity would be held in a hub city. Held at the University of ...

Local Realtors donate thousands to All Kids Can Play

Their goal was clear. Raise $25,000 for All Kids Can Play and give children in low-income families the opportunity to play a sport and be ...

Why Charlottetown just might be the right spot for the Canadian Premier League

The Canadian Premier League’s newly-minted “Island Games” will kick-off at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) on August 13. In full perspective, it is ...

Newmarket hockey team inspires the community

Grade 12 student Raychel Gillis was scorekeeping her dad’s hockey game last year when one of the fathers in contention collapsed on the ice. She ...

YRDSB and St. Andrew’s College offer multiple outlooks for sport this year

Of all the uncertainties that have continuously plagued what was previously a robust school system before March, a few things are becoming certain. When Stephen ...

York9 add a few more players before the Island Games begins

York9 FC has added two more attacking options to their fore. The Nine Stripes added 23-year-old Spanish International Alvaro Rivero and 16-year-old Brampton native Lowell ...

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