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Another cap for Tiedemann

St. Albert prop Andy Tiedemann will earn his second cap in as many weeks when Canada scrums down against the Georgia Lelos in today’s opening round of the Churchill Cup in Glendale, Colorado.

Reds shutout by Druids

Losing by 49 points at home in Wednesday’s shutout by the Druids wasn’t that bad of a score for the St. Albert Reds. The week before the developmental women’s rugby team was blasted 65-10 by the visiting Rockers.
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The following athletes representing the Paul Kane Blues and St. Albert Skyhawks generated top three placings at the Edmonton zone high school track and field finals last weekend. Jade Guinchard, Skyhawks: junior girls — third place, 100m (13.

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It’s first versus worst today in the Alberta Cup fixtures between St. Albert and the Lep/Tigers. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at Ellerslie Rugby Park. In the men’s first division standings St.

Bantams sweep weekend twin bills

Any weekend you outscore your opponents 61-15 can be considered successful. Rattling off four wins, two each against Okotoks and Calgary, the St. Albert bantam AAA Cardinals did precisely that in their most dominating four-game set of the season.

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The men’s and women’s rugby teams at Sturgeon Composite High School are competing for premier playoff titles today at Ellerslie Rugby Park. The men’s final at 4:45 p.m.
Fantastic firsts conquer Saints

Fantastic firsts conquer Saints

Calgary Rugby Park — St. Albert's stunning victory against the holy men of rugby left no doubt who the best team in Alberta is.
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The first seven-a-side junior high co-ed flag rugby tournament was a smashing success Saturday at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club. Twelve teams from six schools competed in the event, hosted by the Lorne Akins Gators. The Elmer S.
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The first seven-a-side junior high co-ed flag rugby tournament was a smashing success Saturday at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club. Twelve teams from six schools competed in the event, hosted by the Lorne Akins Gators. The Elmer S.
Revenge win by Morinville

Revenge win by Morinville

Scoring the winning goal on a free kick in Sunday’s rematch of the 2008 tier I final in the St. Albert Women’s Soccer League was a pleasant surprise for Brittany MacDonald.