Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Luke Adam of St. John’s, Hockey; Justin Gill of St. John’s, Softball and Joey Russell of Labrador City, Figure Skating.
The finalists for the Elizabeth Swan Senior Female Athlete of the Year Award are:
Laura Breen of St. John’s, soccer; Victoria Ralph of Carbonear, Wrestling and Victoria Thistle of St. John’s, Basketball.
The finalists for the Joe Mullins Junior Male Athlete of the Year Award are:
Shane Boland of St. John’s, softball; Owen Daly of St. John’s, swimming and Patrick Parfrey of St. John’s, rugby.
The finalists for the Margaret Davis Junior Female Athlete of the Year Award are:
Hannah Jardine of St. John’s, Basketball; Hannah Rivkin of St. John’s, Soccer and Katarina Roxon of Stephenville, swimming.
The finalists for the John Drinkwater Coach of the Year Award are:
Jim Dunphy of Holyrood, softball; Dr. Patrick Parfrey of St. John’s, rugby and Noel “Jake” Stanford of St. John’s, soccer.
The finalists for the Graham Snow Executive of the Year Award are :
Ross Crocker of St. John’s, softball; Kathy Jackman of Mount Pearl, Gymnastics and Andrew Orsborn of St. John’s, Rowing.
The finalists for the Edward Brown Team of the Year Award are: Holy Cross/The Dock Men’s Soccer Team – 2009 Challenge Cup Provincial Champions; Kelly’s Pub Junior Canadians Men’s Softball Team – 2009 Canadian Junior National Champions and The Rock U18 Canada Games Men’s Rugby Team – Bronze Medal Winners, 2009 Canada Games.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Fri Mar 26 , 2010
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Holy Cross vs Mount Pearl
Sat Mar 27 , 2010
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Feildians (white) vs St. Law. (blue)
Standings To date
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Andrew can be reached at 709-749-6518 or by email at email@example.com
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Thursday, March 11, 2010
One of the top players to ever wear the Gold and Red
color's for Holy Cross in the province of
Newfoundland and Labrador
representing Newfoundland and Labrador
1 National Under -NL Under -18 Championship - 1974
1 Natinal Bronze Medal in 1977 -NL Canada Games Team
3 Eastern Canadian Championships - Holy Cross
A Solid Hockey Player
Congratulations Johnny on your induction !!!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Strikers FC, the new Challenge Cup entry from CBS, have named Gary Forsyth as their head coach for their upcoming inaugural season. Forsyth is a native of Scotland who has recently moved to St. John’s. He brings a wealth of experience with him to CBS including coaching roles in Nova Scotia with the Halifax Wanderers Soccer Club U16 and U18 programs, the East End United Boys Soccer Club U17 and U19 programs and the Soccer Nova Scotia U15/16 soccer team.
He has also coached outside of Canada including a two year stint in Scotland as head coach of the Johnstone Burgh Football Club U21. He has coached at the grassroots level at MLS soccer camps in the USA and with Royal Bafokeng Sports in South Africa. He holds a Canadian Soccer Association Provincial “B” Coaching License.
Gary is looking forward to the challenge of starting a club from scratch. “I hope to attract players from the CBS area including players from the CBS Intermediate Team, some U18 players, plus other players from the St. John’s Intermediate League who would like to play at a higher level of competition. I plan on having a well organized side that will play a tough brand of possession soccer. Fitness will be important. To succeed at this level the players must be fit. I know that our first season will be tough, however I expect us to bring a spirit of competition to the field and that each and every game will be a hard fought contest. We will not give up results without a battle”.