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Local nationals allows Swans to showcase Aussie Rules Football

Updated On: October 9, 2013
In only the second year of existence for their women's program, the Ottawa Swans will be hosting the 2013 Australian Football League Canada Women's National Championship. The round-robin tournament will take place Oct. 11-13 at the Rideau Carleton Raceway.

Players grateful for new Panda tradition

Updated On: October 9, 2013
On Saturday, October 5th, a football rivalry between the University of Ottawa and Carleton University was reborn.

Reaching greater ranks

Updated On: September 9, 2013
Always strong grassroots football rising to new heights, poised to grow higher with return of Ravens & CFL clubs

Myers Riders cruising in OVFL varsity football division

Created On: August 12, 2013
The 8-0 Myers Riders varsity-level football team is the only remaining undefeated squad in the province following Week 10 Ontario Varsity Football League play.

OVFL Riders & Panthers great foes on field, great friends off

Updated On: July 10, 2013
The Cumberland Panthers and Myers Riders are each other’s biggest rivals, and best friends. Impossible? Take this moment as proof.

Bell & Nepean shine at NCAFA touch finals

Updated On: July 10, 2013
Bell and Nepean were the most successful clubs at the National Capital Amateur Football Association girls' touch football city championships June 21-22 at the RA Centre.

Invaders split first 2 games of season

Updated On: June 14, 2013
The Ottawa Invaders are off to a 1-1 start in their Northern Football Conference campaign.

Aussie Rules nationals headed to the capital

Updated On: May 11, 2013
The Ottawa Swans Australian Football Club has earned the right to host the 2013 Canadian women's championships, which will take place Oct. 11 to 13.

Fantastic finish pulls St. Peter to 5th football title in a row

Updated On: November 16, 2012
The aura of invincibility surrounding the St. Peter Knights senior football team grew to an even greater unprecedented level as they captured the national capital high school championship at the Nepean Sportsplex’s Minto Field.

Lancers build on football tradition with repeat Tier 2 title

Created On: November 16, 2012
Sir Wil football is back. The Lancers left no lingering doubt about their re-emergence as one of the top high school football programs in the city as they downed the Franco-Cité Faucons 21-13 on Saturday, Nov. 10 to win their second consecutive national capital Tier 2 senior championship at Nepean Sportsplex’s Minto Field.

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