GAME 4 MHL FINAL: Yarmouth Mariners score overtime win to tie series ...
Bluegrass festival rocks Rodd Grand in Yarmouth
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Hear! Here! marking 10 years: Society unveils ambitious 10th anniversary season
Being Maddison's voice: Yarmouth mother talks to federal committee about human trafficking
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PHOTOS: Jerseys for Humboldt receives support from southwestern Nova Scotia
New boat shop being built on Water Street, Yarmouth
Yarmouth Red Hatters marking 15 years
Par-en-Bas/Drumlin districts champs hosting baseball regionals on Oct. 7
Noel Road Jays lose in bid for fourth NS Championship
Hants County teams dominate NSIBL All-Star and Gold Glove selections
Noel Road Jays victorious in NSIBL championship
Windsor Knights clinch second place standing in NSIBL while weather wreaks havoc with schedule
Yarmouth Bantam AAA Gateways to vie for a baseball provincial title
Yarmouth residents Mark and Angela Nickerson receive Baseball Nova Scotia's Volunteer of the Year Award
That’s certainly what the Yarmouth Area Minor Baseball Association (YAMBA) thinks, and Baseball Nova Scotia agrees. After receiving a nomination from the local association, Baseball Nova Scotia awarded the couple its Volunteer of the Year Award. “For ...
Yarmouth hosting mosquito AA provincials Aug. 26-28
Eight teams are slated to take part in the tournament, including the host Yarmouth Chris Scott Construction Gateways, who will be in Pool A, along with Sydney, Tri-County (Bedford) and Hammonds Plains. Pool B will consist of Hants North, Halifax, ...
Yarmouth Gateways looking to defend their national title at 35-and-over baseball championship
As they look to defend their championship, the Gateways will have to do so on the road, three time zones away in Medicine Hat, Alberta, the host community for the Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation’s 2016 tournament, which runs July 28 ...
Silver for Yarmouth, Gold for Dartmouth at Baseball Canada NS 13U Atlantic Championship
But hot bats and aggressive base running, coupled with strong pitching, gave the Dartmouth Arrows the edge and the win, with a 13-4 victory over the host Pizza Delight Peewee AAAYarmouth Gateways in the title game. Yarmouth had taken a 4-0 lead by ...
Volunteers needed for peewee AAA 13U baseball Atlantics in Yarmouth Sept. 11-13
The 2015 13U National Atlantic Championships will feature eight teams. In addition to the host Yarmouth team there is another team from Nova Scotia. New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador will each be sending two teams. The ...
2 local teams vying for national titles at oldtimers championships in Yarmouth Monday
In the 43+ title game, the Canadian Tire Lakers will be playing the Scarborough Maroons at Veterans Field at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 3. In their semi-final game on Sunday played in Clare, the Lakers defeated the Kindersley Klippers 7-6. In the Tier 1 35+ ...
2015 Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation Championships Vanguard coverage
The tournament kicked off the evening of July 30 with opening ceremonies and continues to Monday, Aug. 3 with the title matches. You can find links to our coverage here. Also follow us and our reporters on Twitter: @YarVanguardnews, @TinaComeaunews ...
Baseball teams from across Canada in Yarmouth for national oldtimers tournament
Scheduled to be held from July 30 to Aug. 3, the tournament will feature 27 teams in three age categories, with the title games to take place Monday, Aug. 3, at Gateway Park and Veterans Field. As the tournament was approaching, last week there was ...
Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation championships kicked off in Yarmouth
The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule. The opening contest was preceded by ceremonies that included words of welcome from the CNOBF, the tournament host committee and government representatives. “This has been a huge ...
Yarmouth to host 2015 Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation Championships this week
“I think we have all of our details covered and I’m confident this will turn out to be a great tournament,” says Darryl LeBlanc, organizing committee chair. Twenty-seven teams from across Canada – including five local teams – will compete in the ...