By the time the final whistle had blown on the Ottawa Swans’ 70-22 victory over the Toronto Dingos, former player and coach Matthew Powell could have only assumed that the agenda for the day was through – that it was time to head from the field at the Manotick Polo Club and on to the pub for a post-game celebration.
Jacksonville Jaguars player Eli Ankou hosted a group of his hometown’s young athletes at his inaugural football camp on June 29 at the Louis-Riel dome.
In Panda Bowl-esque fashion, Ashbury College students piled over the south section barricade at TD Place to celebrate with their team’s first ever OFSAA bowl title.
A victory in the Panda Game is best described by the University of Ottawa’s longest serving local player: “It’s huge.”
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.