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Blues bash Lep/Tigers by 46 points

Ellerslie Rugby Park — The best team in Alberta not playing premier women's rugby is ripping up the Edmonton second division league. Wednesday's 56-10 laugher against the outclassed Lep/Tigers (2-3) was the fourth blowout win by the undefeated St.

Bounce back win for Cardinals

Consider Tuesday night a bounce-back game for the St. Albert Cardinals, as the bantam AAA team defeated SEEBA after a semifinal tournament exit in Sherwood Park. On Sunday afternoon Saskatoon's Blue Jays mercied the Cardinals 11-1.

Football Huddle

Eskimos coming to St. Albert The Edmonton Eskimos are scheduled to huddle up on Father's Day at Riel Recreation Park. The June 21 event is open to the public. The Green and Gold will practice from 1 to 3 p.m.
Chester City ties up Rummies

Chester City ties up Rummies

The longest serving teams in the St. Albert Men’s Soccer League are rebuilding instead of reloading after waging a fierce battle for playoff honours last year.

On Tap

The St. Albert Rugby Football Club is hosting a doubleheader today at the Leading Edge Physiotherapy Field. The rucking and mauling starts at 2 p.m. between the St.
Spirits whip Tigers

Spirits whip Tigers

The metro Edmonton rugby champion Sturgeon Spirits kick off their second trip to provincials in two years as medal contenders for tier I honours.

On Tap

Tickets are $5 at the door for Friday’s barbecue, silent auction and celebrity basketball game at the SkyDome in support of the St. Albert Skyhawks trip to Cuba in December. The silent auction starts at 7 p.m.
Sports Extra

Sports Extra

The Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association track and field championships last weekend in Calgary brought out the best in athletes representing the Paul Kane Blues, St. Albert Skyhawks and Morinville Wolves.

On Tap

Tickets are $5 at the door for Friday’s barbecue, silent auction and celebrity basketball game at the SkyDome in support of the St. Albert Skyhawks trip to Cuba in December. The silent auction starts at 7 p.m.
Sports Extra

Sports Extra

The Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association track and field championships last weekend in Calgary brought out the best in athletes representing the Paul Kane Blues, St. Albert Skyhawks and Morinville Wolves.