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Stephenville launches strategic planning process
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Regular season winds down in Corner Brook touch football league
Mariners take down Knights in Corner Brook touch football action
Barry leads Broncos past Mariners in Corner Brook touch football action
FootballNL eyeing Burin Peninsula for expansion
Pirates blank Knights in Corner Brook touch football action
Three lopsided games during Corner Brook Touch Football League play
Chris Foley still anxious to see footballs being thrown around in Corner Brook
Chris Foley is back on his feet after surgery kept him laid up for an extended period of time, so he’s ready to see Corner Brook youth throwing around a football. An avid football fan who plays touch football in the city, Foley has been ...
Corner Brook native Debbie O’Neill excited about seeing her son play in Grey Cup
No. 68 in blue. That’s the number the O’Neill family in Corner Brook will be watching closely when the Toronto Argonauts tangle with the Calgary Stampeders in the 2018 Grey Cup Sunday in Ottawa. Chris Kolankowski, a six-foot-two, ...
Mariners capture touch football crown
Harry Patterson connected with three different receivers on Sunday evening as Marine Lounge downed the Golden Gophers 19-6 to take the Corner Brook Coors Light Touch Football League title. Robert Wheeler, Paul Prosper and Rob Park all found pay ...
Football fan Chris Foley not giving up on plan to bring youth football program to west coast
Work commitments kept Chris Foley away from building a youth football program over the past year, but he plans on forging ahead with his vision for youngsters on the gridiron on the west coast. Foley took the leading role in working with Football ...
Grey Cup Tour at home was an amazing venture for Jeff Hunt
Taking a surpise trip to St. Pierre-et-Miqueline off the beaten path and seeing the excitement that it brought as the media jumped on board once they found out the Grey Cup was around. The Grey Cup victory being recognized in the House of Assembly ...
Newfoundland and Labrador is now part of R Nation as fans of the Ottawa Redblacks
That’s how Chris Foley feels after spending a few days with the Ottawa Redblacks organization that carried out a Grey Cup Tour of the province earlier this month. The Redblacks, the 2017 Canadian Football League champions, are owned by Stephenville ...
Grey Cup makes visit to Corner Brook
The Grey Cup was in town to help promote tackle football in hopes of sparking the sport on this side of the province. That wasn't all. Members of the Ottawa Redblacks organization, including players Greg Ellingson and Brad Sinopoli, were also on hand ...
Carter Burton excited about playing tackle football with his buddies
Burton is one of many youth in the area eager to play in a tackle football program under the umbrella of the new Western Newfoundland Football Association. The 12-year-old Grade 6 student at Templeton Academy will be heading to the Wellington Street ...
Corner Brook athletes encouraged to have fun with football
Sinopoli and fellow Ottawa Redblacks star receiver Greg Ellingson were in Corner Brook Tuesday as the Grey Cup Tour made a stop in the city with team owner Jeff Hunt bringing the big trophy back to his native province. The Western Newfoundland ...
Corner Brook hosts the Grey Cup, Ottawa Redblacks
He had no idea why, but he did it anyway. He just figured it was just part of another function planned by teachers and staff at C.C. Loughlin School for the purpose of sharing some good news or celebrating an event or special occasion. He was all ...