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Rangers rally on premier pitch

The first victory of the season took longer than expected for the St. Albert Impact Rangers. After four ties and one loss, the premier men's soccer team battled back from a 2-1 halftime deficit to beat Polonia 5-2 Thursday at Riel Park.

Gritty road win by firsts

Calgary Rugby Park – Returning to form as provincial contenders has taken St. Albert longer than expected this year in men's first division rugby.

Tigers roar in repeat

The St. Albert Tigers proved Sunday that previous results mean nothing when it comes to playing in their home tournament. For the second straight year, the senior AAA squad came out on top at the Tigers Baseball Tournament at Legion Memorial Park.

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The bantam AAA St. Albert Cardinals split Saturday’s doubleheader with an up and down performance in Sherwood Park. In the opening game the Cardinals banged out 20 hits to outscore Sherwood Park Green 18-12.

Rugby Roundup

Andy Tiedemann of St. Albert was in the starting line-up as Canada upset France A at the Churchill Cup in Glendale, Colo. Sunday’s 33-27 victory marked Tiedemann’s seventh appearance for Canada.

On Tap

The St. Albert Impact premier and division one men’s teams in the Edmonton District Soccer Association kick the ball at Riel Park this week. Tonight’s doubleheader in the division one fixtures starts at 7 p.m.

Women waxed by Clan

After giving up 75 points, the second division women’s team salvaged some pride with a converted try in Wednesday’s blowout by the Clan at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club.

Cardinals up and down

The midget AAA St. Albert Cardinals looked like they made some major strides, winning four games in six days, but took another step back on Thursday. In the 6-3 loss to SEEBA 2 at Legion Memorial Park, St.

On Tap

Second division men’s rugby kicks off today at 1 p.m. at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club. The seconds of St. Albert and the Strathcona Druids are both 1-3 as the bottom two teams in the Edmonton Rugby Union standings.

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Andy Tiedemann of St. Albert earned his fifth cap with Canada in last Saturday’s 48-6 rout of Uruguay at the Churchill Cup in Glendale, Colo. The 21-year-old prop was in the starting line-up and subbed off in the 62nd minute.