By Rideau Sports Centre There is 100+ years of sporting history at 1 Donald Street (formerly the members-only Rideau Tennis Club). This summer will mark the third year that this property is open to the public with 10 weeks of Summer Camps across many sports offered by the new Rideau Sports Centre (RSC). “We’re really…
Les programmes Sports-Exploratoires (7-8e année) et Sports-Études (9 à 12) de l’école secondaire publique Louis-Riel offrent l’équilibre idéal entre les études et la pratique du sport. Il s’agit du programme de choix pour les élèves-athlètes qui sont motivés à atteindre l’excellence dans leurs activités scolaires et sportives. The Exploratory Sports (Grade 7-8) and Sports-Study programs…
What better way to celebrate the start of Winter than running out to replenish and repair an outdoor rink tarp AND reading the OGHA Update in the Ottawa Sportspage?
As the year in which the curtains unexpectedly closed on North America’s top women’s hockey league comes to an end, two of Ottawa’s top female players are trying to remain optimistic for the future of their sport.
Throughout the dog days of summer, the Ottawa Girls Hockey Association (OGHA) has been busily preparing for their upcoming season in the rinks. It is a special year for the OGHA as it marks our 20th anniversary of being a female hockey association. From our inception, the goal of the OGHA has been very simple and it is reflected in our motto “Building confident girls…since 1999”.
The future is bright for Ottawa’s women’s hockey scene, at least if you’re considering the success of the local clubs’ Peewee level teams this season. Ottawa teams reached the podium at every level of Peewee at this year’s OWHA championships.
Ottawa native Sam Bitten (above) was 1 of the 6 Ottawa 67’s players put on the hot seat during a Talk Hockey fundraising dinner on Feb. 20 at Rideau Sports Centre.