The most highly touted product of St. Matthew High School’s reinvigorated football program is about to begin his one-year stint at an elite Florida academy. Meanwhile, his former team is prepping for their own unprecedented U.S. trip.
Canada’s Under-19 gridiron squad won a 13-7 defensive battle against Mexico in the tournament’s finals, making Canada the first country to win back-to-back championships.
It’s been a rebuilding season for the Ottawa Swans women’s team, which returned to the Australian Rules Football League Ontario this year for the first time since its championship-winning 2014 season.
Deux titans du développement des athlètes élites d’Ottawa s’unissent pour lancer un programme de football 7 contre 7, le parfait tonique hors-saison pour les joueurs qui visent le sommet.
Two titans of elite athlete development in Ottawa are coming together to launch a 7-on-7 football program – the perfect off-season tonic for players shooting for the top.
By Martin Boyce The National Capital Amateur Football Association season has wrapped up in historic fashion – with unique storylines sprinkled in between. It was a year of change and growth for the association, with the introduction of Tyke ‘6’ and the realignment of age categories to match Quebec standards. The realignment laid the groundwork…
By Charlie Pinkerton Joe Fast got off to a slow start this cross-country season. After starting the season with several unfamiliar finishes outside of the top spot, 2016’s Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association midget men’s cross-country champion picked up the pace and finished the year right where he planned, once again crossing the line…