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Mount Pearl team wins

Eastern Canadian title

Mount Pearl Old Dutch Proactive Physio won the gold medal Sunday at the 2013 Eastern Canadian Masters Soccer championships in Quebec City.

The club edged Nova Scotia on penalty kicks after a scoreless contest.

Steve Rowe had the regulation time shutout for Mount Pearl and Vinny McDougal was in goal for the deciding penalty shots, stopping three of four Nova Scotia kicks.

Newfoundland and Labrador edged Prince Edward Island 2-1 Saturday. Phil Molloy scored twice and goalie Rowe had an outstanding showing to be name player of the game.

The club defeated New Brunswick 4-1 in its first game.

Members of the team include Pat Brake, Randy Kelland, Paul O’Toole, Gary Penney,  Phil Molloy, Steve Rowe,  Pat Byrne, Ian Norris, Jason Hillier, Alec Turpin, Kent Slaney, Matthew Mitchell, Terry Tucker, Chad Mason, Bill Bavis, Warren Norris, Phil Hollett, Chris Cluett, Vinny McDougall, Gerry O’Brien, Dave Fitzgerald, Seb Bodman, Jonas Gaulton, Vic Sahalpal, Andrew Moyst and coach Ellis Coles.



Leafs, Osprey split weekend get-together

The Tri-Pen Osprey edged  St. John’s Maple Leafs 5-4 Sunday in provincial major midget hockey at Feildian Gardens for a split of the two-game weekend series.

Ryan Dawson and Johnny Pilgram scored twice each for Tri Pen. Francis Pittman scored once for the winners. Spencer Norcott set up three goals.

Osprey goalie Jeremy Freake made 43 saves to pick up the win.

Andrew Paul, Nick Roberts, Blake Fudge and Andrew Barron replied for the Maple Leafs.

Roberts scored twice and set up two others as St. John’s defeated Tri-Pen 7-1 Saturday in the series opener.

Matthew Hickey, Adam Caines, Matthew Smith and Paul each scored once for the winners.

Ryan Dawson scored for the losers.

St. John’s outshot Tri-Pen 53-26.


Vikings extend final by beating Shammies,

Game 6 tonight at St. Pat’s

The Gonzaga Roebothan McKay and Marshall Vikings defeated the Trapper John’s Shamrocks 9-3 Sunday in Game 5 the St. John’s Molson senior baseball final at St. Pat’s Ball Park.

Shamrocks hold a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series, with Game 6 set for six o’clock tonight.

Kieran Buckingham went the distance to pick up the win on nine hits after allowing three runs in the first inning. He walked seven and fanned three.

Dick Collins took the loss. He gave up six runs in the first two innings on seven hits. He issued two free passes. Randy Reid came in relief. He gave up the remaining three runs on three hits, while walking four.

Mike O’Neil had two hits in three at bats for Gonzaga. David Buckingham and Andrew Stockley had two hits for Shamrocks



Final all even after Shamrocks

 edge Gonzaga

Cody Colbert scored from second base on a throwing error in the bottom of the seventh inning as Shamrocks edged Gonzaga Vikings 4-3 in Game 4 of the St. John’s Molson intermediate baseball final at St. Pat’s Ball Park Sunday.

The best-of seven series is tied 2-2 with Game 5 set for Tuesday at a time to be announced.

Shamrocks won Game 3, 7-6 earlier in the day. That game was a continuation of a game that had been suspended with the score tied on Sept. 23.

Brandon Jackson (7IP, 3R, 5H, 4W, 7K) tossed the win in the 4-3 contest. Scott Hynes (6IP, 4R, 7H, 1W, 1K) took the loss.

Josh Fifield had two hits for Shamrocks. Curtis Kavanagh and Josh Stoyles had two hits for the Vikings.

Fifield got the win in the 7-7 game with Brandon Jackson picking up the save. Scott Hynes took the loss.

Randy Reid had three hits for Shamrocks and Steve Adams had two for Gonzaga.

Organizations: Molson

Geographic location: Nova Scotia, Quebec City, Mount Pearl Newfoundland and Labrador

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