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Senior Baseball All-Star game

The United Rentals Senior Baseball League Executive is pleased to announce that the league will play two all star showcase games on Wednesday August 5th at Veteran’s Field. The evening will see two all star games take place.

D'Angelo hoists silver

North Bay's Daralynn D'Angelo captured silver on the weekend at the World Masters Games which are taking place in Edmonton, Alberta.

Peter Topolie - A World Series Champion

North Bay's Peter Topolie helped guide a Canadian baseball team to a whole new level.

Bouchard Wins Gold at Nationals

This past weekend Winnipeg, Manitoba played host to the Canadian Club Nationals, in which 1600 swimmers from over 140 swim teams from across Canada attended.

Mattawa-Bonfield to host National Canoe Championship

Mattawa-Bonfield, Ontario - The Canadian Marathon Canoe Racing Association has awarded the 2006 Championships to the Mattawa-Bonfield Region which will be held Wed – Fri, July 26 – 28, 2006.

World and Olympic Skaters to hold clinic in North Bay

North Bay and area figure skaters will have the exciting opportunity to attend the “Celebration on Ice Skating Clinic” being held in North Bay September 1st, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Memorial Gardens (Registration begins at 8 a.m.).

Senior Baseball scores

United Rentals Senior Baseball League Terrace Suites 11 United Rentals 0 Troy Wright winning pitcher complete game 9 k"s Sturgeon Falls Builders 14 Astorville Lumber Kings 6 Astorville Lumber Kings 10 Bull and Quench 6 winning pitcher - Ken Pagan - c

Smith gets hole in one

Congratulations to Ben "Frito Lay" Smith who aced the 170 yard 11th hole at Osprey Links on Saturday, July 23rd.

Osprey Links Couples Night

Osprey Links Couples Night - Friday, July 22nd 2 Person Scramble A Flight 1st: Scott & Robyn Bratton - 32 2nd: Peter & Leslie Kincaid - 34 B Flight 1st: Mike & Lisa Perreault - 39 (retro) 2nd: Mike & Marion Kotsilidis - 39 C Flight 1st: Hector & Lynn

Mantha likes Crosby in Pittsburgh

When Moe Mantha jr. found out that the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Sidney Crosby sweepstakes Friday afternoon, the Sturgeon Falls native felt an uncanny sense of Déjà vu.