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Trail rugby fans invade Worlds

A large contingent from the Trail Colonials Rugby Club joined Team Canada at the Rugby World Cup, not to play, but to cheer them on and drink in the electric atmosphere.

Curling - Undefeated teams reign in super league

The Morehouse and Nichol rinks are on a collision course of undefeated teams as they continued their run at Kootenay Savings Super League title Thursday at the Trail Curling Club.

Minor Hockey Midgets off to solid start

The Rossland-Trail minor hockey tier-two Midget Rep Smoke Eaters hit the ice for their first regular season game on the weekend.
Brothers on board for Europe

Brothers on board for Europe

Warfield’s Pitman brothers are getting ready to hit the slopes and take the next big jump in their snowboarding careers.

Smokies win first game

Clayton Chessa contributed a modified Gordie Howe hat trick and the Trail Smoke Eaters’ power play was on fire as the team picked up its first win in Merritt before being doused in Penticton by the Vees.
Pee Wee rep off ice training

Pee Wee rep off ice training

Rossland-Trail minor hockey’s Pee Wee Rep team is getting in shape for the season, climbing the stairs at Teck after hockey practice last week to prepare for the start of their Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association season on the weekend.
Taekwondo tournament kicks it up a notch

Taekwondo tournament kicks it up a notch

Trail Martial Arts had its first taikwondo tournament Saturday at the Cominco Gym, with about 70 athletes from the Kootenays, Alberta and the Okanagan hitting the mats. Results will be published later in the week.

Beaver Valley Nitehawks - Last year’s bounty back in Beaver Valley

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks seem to improve with every game and recent additions to their lineup should help even more.
Smokies on the board

Smokies on the board

Trail Smoke Eaters’ Brent Baltus fights off a Merritt Centennial for the puck Wednesday at the Cominco Arena. The Smokies picked up their first point of the season tying the Centennials 3-3 and will play them again tonight in Merritt.

50 years since Habs visit

What was a devastating blow to Jean Beliveau’s leg is a mere footnote in history to most.