NCAFA champs take on Quebec’s best

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…

Carter carries Carleton: A trio of Ottawa’s top football talent collided when it mattered most, and Carleton’s crop came out on top

By Charlie Pinkerton With bragging lights over the nation’s capital on the line, three locally-raised players came together in the spotlight of the final play of the biggest annual spectacle in Canadian university sport. With the Carleton Ravens down 3 points in double overtime of the Panda Game, quarterback Michael Arruda took the snap from…

Ottawa Sport Council’s Fall Sport Summit to tackle grants

By Dan Plouffe The Ottawa Sport Council will bring together the local sports community for its Fall Sport Summit the evening of Nov. 29 at Ben Franklin Place, set to cover a topic that’s become a crucial tool for community sports organizations’ advancement: creating successful grant applications. “Most sport organizations seem to be able to…