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Sports field fees set to rise in Richmond

Playing field user fees are about to go up in Richmond for the first time in two years.

Defending B.C. hoop champions believe they still have some bite

No so fast for those who might suggest time is up for the RC Palmer Griffins as the top dogs of Richmond Senior Boys Basketball League. The Griffins will open the 2011-12 season on Tuesday night (7 p.m.

Sockeyes make it 19 wins in 20 games

At this rate, the Richmond Sockeyes could have first place all but locked up before Christmas.

Kendo club in top form at U.S. meet

The Steveston Kendo Club solidified its reputation as one of the top clubs in the region with a strong showing at the annual Pacific Northwest Kendo Tournament in Seattle.
Trojans fall in quarter-finals to Whalers

Trojans fall in quarter-finals to Whalers

For more than two quarters, the Hugh Boyd Trojans went toe-for-toe with one of the most explosive high school football teams in the province before finally running out of bullets to see their playoff drive come to a halt.

Clarke headed to Florida for national U17 training camp

Richmond soccer standout Summer Clarke has been invited to a nine-day training camp in Florida as Canada continues to prepare for the 2012 CONCACAF Women's U17 Championships.

Islanders repeat at Tim Jardine Bantam Showcase tourney

From start to finish nothing came easy for the Seafair Islanders yet they still found a way to repeat as champions at the 18th annual Tim Jardine Showcase Tournament.

Barrett clan help UVic capture men's national soccer title

The newly crowned CIS men's soccer champions are one big happy family in more ways than one.

Wildcats take aim at being best in B.C

The McMath Wildcats senior girls volleyball team is heading into Vancouver and District AAA senior girls volleyball playoffs with a full head of steam.

Wildcats and Marlins headed to provincial championships

The next chapter in the McMath Wildcats and McNair Marlins senior boys soccer rivalry could be at the upcoming provincial "AAA" championships. Both squads are headed to next week's 16-team tournament after securing B.C.