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Team Ontario Ready to Sail to the Games!

Ontario Sailing is proud to announce the following seven athletes selected to represent Team Ontario for the upcoming Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.
Ontario Sailing is proud to announce the following seven athletes selected to represent Team Ontario for the upcoming Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg. read more...

Torchbearer Alicia Piazza: Rowing her way through a Myriad of Waters

Five eggs, Oatmeal, Peanut Butter, Apple Sauce, Bagels and Chocolate Milk, and all that's before lunch!
Five eggs, Oatmeal, Peanut Butter, Apple Sauce, Bagels and Chocolate Milk, and all that's before lunch! read more...

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Watch Out Maroons Sailors Are A Close Second

The eighth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 21st in a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures rising over the day to 26 degrees Celsius. Perfect weather to dry up the leftover traces of the rain still on the diamond and field from the evening before.
The eighth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 21st in a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures rising over the day to 26 degrees Celsius. Perfect weather to dry up the leftover traces of the rain still on the diamond and field from the evening before. read more...

Maroons in First Place

The seventh set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 14th in a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures rising over the day to 27 degrees Celsius.
The seventh set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 14th in a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures rising over the day to 27 degrees Celsius. read more...

Boxall Slips Past Blues For First Place Tie

The sixth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Friday, June 9th in a mix of sun and cloud skies with temperatures rising over the day to 25 degrees Celsius. The wind was from the southwest at 20 km/h which didn't seem to have much effect on the games.
The sixth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Friday, June 9th in a mix of sun and cloud skies with temperatures rising over the day to 25 degrees Celsius. The wind was from the southwest at 20 km/h which didn't seem to have much effect on the games. read more...

Still Tied After Ten

The fifth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 7th in mainly sunny skies with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius.
The fifth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, June 7th in mainly sunny skies with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius. read more...

Missing Players Give Blues 17-1 Win

This Friday's game's were rescheduled from Friday May 26th due to rain, and today the players had another day of partly cloudy skies with a high of 20 degrees Celsius that made for an almost perfect day for playing softball for the fourth set of games in the Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season.
This Friday's game's were rescheduled from Friday May 26th due to rain, and today the players had another day of partly cloudy skies with a high of 20 degrees Celsius that made for an almost perfect day for playing softball for the fourth set of games in the Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season. read more...

More Jokes Then Complaints

This Wednesday's game's had partly cloudy skies and a high of 20 Celcius that made for  an almost perfect day for playing softball for the third set of games in the  Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season.
This Wednesday's game's had partly cloudy skies and a high of 20 Celcius that made for an almost perfect day for playing softball for the third set of games in the Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season. read more...

Pirates come out strong this season

This Wednesday's game's brought a intermittent light drizzle and cool temperatures that made for an almost perfect day for playing softball on the second set of games in the Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season.
This Wednesday's game's brought a intermittent light drizzle and cool temperatures that made for an almost perfect day for playing softball on the second set of games in the Port Stanley Seniors Softball Club 2017 season. read more...

2017 Season Opener

The first games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, May 17th in partly cloudy skies with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius.
The first games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, May 17th in partly cloudy skies with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius. read more...

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Wolfpack stay perfect with victory over Hunslet

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Quentin Laulu-Togaga'e scored three second-half tries as the Toronto Wolfpack remained undefeated in their inaugural rugby league season with a 56-12 home win over Hunslet RLFC on Saturday.

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NHL draft partially upstaged by torrent of trades

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On Friday morning, each of the 31 general managers and their trusted hockey departments rose early for the big NHL draft weekend in Chicago. By the time the first day was over, there was still plenty to process after several big names traded sweaters.

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Canada ties U.S. in 1st leg of Rugby World Cup qualifier

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Canada squandered a first-half lead but reeled off 10 late points to tie the U.S. Eagles 28-28 on Saturday in the first leg of their Rugby World Cup qualifier.

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Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna feeling 'a little bit lost'

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Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna says that ongoing issues with anxiety kept him out of Friday's 5-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals.

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