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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.

Hoop honours for Feser

Tara Feser is the wheel big deal in Canadian women's basketball. Her contributions on and off the court were recognized by Wheelchair Basketball Canada as the 2010 female athlete of the year.

Seconds play kick to win

Frank Lucas split the uprights on the last play of the game in dramatic fashion Saturday to beat the Fort McMurray Knights. St.

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The Tigers Baseball Association hosts its 27th annual tournament this weekend at Legion Memorial Park.

Medal haul for Oudenaarden

It was the Niki Oudenaarden show at the Alberta Schools' Athletic Association track and field championships.

St. Albert slams Saints

St. Albert’s premier men’s rugby team didn’t perform up to expectations Saturday despite beating up the Calgary Saints by 34 points.

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The bantam AAA St. Albert Cardinals won top honours at the Doc Plotsky tournament last weekend in Sherwood Park. In the final, the Red Birds defeated SEEBA 12-10.

Tigers winless in Sunburst

The winless St. Albert Tigers are hoping for a breakout performance during their home tournament this weekend at Legion Memorial Park.

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The following athletes representing the Bellerose Bulldogs, Paul Kane Blues and St. Albert Skyhawks recorded top-three placings at the Edmonton zone high school track and field finals last Saturday in the rain at Rollie Miles Athletic Park.