NACI Tigers football hits the field

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Head Coach Dave Clark looks on as the players hit the tackling sled during practice on Tuesday, Aug. 25. 

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

While it’s still a bit too early to say just how good or how bad the NACI Tigers football team could be this season, the coaching staff is very much looking forward to finding out. The team is heading into the 2015 Rural Manitoba Football League as a bit of a mystery, having lost nine players from last year’s squad, which made it all the way to the championship game. 

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Volleyball camp ends on a high note

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

Young athletes from across the westman region recently gathered in Neepawa to hone their skills at the Beautiful Plains Extreme Volleyball Camp. About 60 participants between the ages of 11 to 17 took part in the tenth annual event, held from Aug. 17 to 21 at the NACI gymnasium.

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Neepawa Natives, NACTV mourns loss of Gary Reidle

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Photo by Alan Gillies/GEM Media.

(L to R) Gary Reidle, former Neepawa Natives Head Coach Dwayne Kirkup, and Wayne Jacobsen, in the NACTV broadcast booth.

 

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

A familiar voice for the Neepawa Natives and Neepawa Access Community Television (NACTV) has been silenced, as Gary Reidle passed away on Thursday, Aug 20, after battling cancer. He was 59 years old. 

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Rivers Comets update - Aug 26, 2015

By Justin Froese

Submitted Article

What a busy week it’s been for Rivers Comets! We played the first three games of our league final against Canadian Tire Cardinals and we also hosted our second annual fundraiser softball tournament.

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Neepawa Natives hope farmers will Harvest for Hockey

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By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

The Neepawa Natives are hoping a new initiative will grow a little extra support for their bottom line. The junior ‘A’ hockey team has created Harvest for Hockey, a project where local farm families are being asked to donate a portion of their crop to help support the operations of the club.

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