On the Mark: Recognizing province’s best athletes

The province honoured its best in athletics this past weekend. Team Gushue won the award for province’s best team. NTV’s Mark Dwyer reports.

St. John’s unveils plans for new athletics facilities for Canada Summer Games

The City of St. John’s has unveiled plans for new athletics facilities next to the Aquarena for the 2025 Canada Summer Games.

Gander baseball field getting grant from Blue Jays Cares Foundation

The Toronto Blue Jays are off to a good start in the Major League Baseball season, and now they’re sharing some of the love with the town of Gander. Art Walker Field is one of 15 baseball diamonds across the country chosen to receive $100,000 from the Jays Cares Foundation. NTV’s Colleen Lewis reports.

Dawson Mercer scores first career playoff goal

Dawson Mercer of Bay Roberts scored his first career playoff goal as the New Jersey Devils beat the New York Rangers Thursday night.

Royal Newfoundland Regiment hockey tournament has girls’ teams for first time

The province’s largest high school hockey tournament is currently underway at the Paradise Double Ice Complex.

Named in honour of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, the tournament features girls’ teams for the first time. NTV’s David Salter reports.

On The Mark: Home sweet home for Newfoundland Growlers?

The Newfoundland Growlers are hoping that home ice advantage will carry them to the next round of the playoffs.

Poor weather has left the club stranded in Montreal, moving tonight’s game 4 to Thursday. Here’s NTV’s Mark Dwyer. 

Adverse weather forces Newfoundland Growlers to delay playoff home games

The weather delays at St. John’s International Airport have also affected local sports teams, forcing the Newfoundland Growlers to delay their home games in the Kelly Cup playoffs.

The Growlers lead their first round series against the Adirondack Thunder two games to one.

Game four was originally scheduled for Tuesday at Mary Brown’s Centre. But now it’s been pushed to Thursday.

Game five will be Sunday, and if necessary, game six will be next Monday and game seven the following Wednesday.

Southern Shore Breakers win second straight Herder Memorial trophy

The Southern Shore Breakers have won their second straight Herder Memorial trophy, beating the Deer Lake Red Wings this weekend.

The Breakers defeated The Wings 6-2 in Mobile on Sunday afternoon to win the best of seven series in five games.

Clarenville Caribous lose Allan Cup final to Dundas Real McCoys

The Clarenville Caribous lost the Allan Cup final on Saturday 5-3 to the Dundas Real McCoys.

Clarenville Caribous reach Allan Cup final

The Clarenville Caribous are one win away from winning a national senior hockey championships. It would be the town’s second Allan Cup in over a decade. NTV’s David Salter reports.

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