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GoFundMe campaign set up for injured former Fronts therapist

Sports therapists are the backbone of every team and Ryan Bennett has been in that role for a number of local teams, helping many athletes over the years. Now, he needs the help of the community. Bennett was the last therapist for the Belleville Bulls, who moved to Hamilton following

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Kingston Frontenacs to honour Chris Clifford

In what promises to be a memorable night at the Leon’s Centre, the Kingston Frontenacs will turn back the clock to honor the history of the franchise, which will include honoring perhaps the most popular player in franchise history, Chris Clifford. The Frontenacs will take on the Peterborough Petes at

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High school football triple-header set for tomorrow

A pair of Kingston football championships will take place tomorrow after being postponed this past weekend. The two championship games scheduled, which had been scheduled for Saturday Nov. 16, 2019, were rescheduled to Thursday Nov. 21, 2019 due the large amount of snow that covered the field at Richardson Stadium

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Professional indoor soccer coming to the Leon’s Centre

The beautiful game — indoor edition — is coming to the Leon’s Centre during the weekend of December 20, 2019. During a press gathering on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, Sergio Giancola, President of the ‘home team’ Metro Stars, stated that the indoor game appeals to Canadians because of the mix

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Queen’s to host U Sports Cross-Country National Championships

The Queen’s Gaels Men’s and Woman’s Cross-Country teams will host the U Sports national championships this Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. The women’s race starts at 1 p.m., while the men go at 2 p.m. Admission to the event is free. There will be approximately 360 athletes from across the country

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Doug Gilmour era with Frontenacs ends quietly

In a move that did not shock people who follow the Kingston Frontenacs, Doug Gilmour announced last week that he was stepping down from his role as team President to take a job with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a community ambassador. The Gilmour era ends much as it started,

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Gaels Women’s Cross Country team wins OUA Championships

While it was a busy weekend for a number of the Queen’s Gaels teams, the Cross Country Teams had an incredible weekend and the Women’s team brought home the OUA Championship banner for the third year in a row. Sisters Branna and Brogan MacDougall managed to take the second and

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Gaels hope to close out season with a win

At the end of the day, or season for that matter, the Queen’s Golden Gaels win/loss record in the tough OUA football conference will not be one to remember. That said, no one around the team is hanging their heads, nor will they be mailing it in during the last

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Winning weekend for Queen’s Gaels

If you’ve been following the Queen’s rugby and soccer teams, you know all four teams have had incredible seasons thus far — and the Thanksgiving weekend was a strong continuation of that. The Women’s Rugby Team took on the Brock Badgers at Nixon Field on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, furthering

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Cross country, rugby, soccer and more — A busy weekend for the Gaels

It was a packed weekend for the Queen’s Gaels, as both Cross Country and Soccer teams travelled to compete, the Men’s Rugby team continued their season undefeated, and both the Rowing and Men’s Hockey teams kicked off their seasons. The Women’s Cross Country team travelled to Bethlehem, PA, where they

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Gaels look to get back into playoff hunt

If the Queen’s Gales have any realistic hope of making a run at the OUA football playoffs, they will need to pick up their first win of the season this Saturday against the Windsor Lancers. Game time is 1pm. The Lancers come to town with a high-flying offence that is

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Gaels look to gain first win of season in Ottawa

After two frustrating losses to start the season, the Queen’s Gaels football team look to go into Ottawa on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019 and upend the Gee-Gees in their home opener. Game time is 1 p.m. at Gee-Gees Field on the University of Ottawa campus. However if you’re thinking that

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