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Canada Cup Semifinals set

The good people at Football Canada certainly knew what they were doing when they seeded the competing teams ahead of this week’s Canada Cup being held at Richardson Stadium. The top four teams in the tournament including Team Ontario will be featured in the semi-final games on Wednesday, Jul. 10,

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Jr. Gaels Football Club ready to hit the road for season opener

  The Jr. Gaels Football Club (formerly known as The Grenadiers) will hit the road this weekend as they open the 2019 season against the Ottawa Sooners at TD Place. The Junior Varsity team kicks off on Friday, May 10, 2019 at 7 p.m., followed by the Varsity game at

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Tom Flaxman named new Gaels offensive coordinator

Queen’s football head coach Steve Snyder is pleased to announce the hiring of Tom Flaxman, an experienced tactician who has spent the last 11 years coaching in Ontario University Athletics (OUA), to the Gaels football coaching staff as the team’s offensive coordinator. “We welcome Tom to Queen’s with great excitement,” said Steve Snyder,

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Most Anticipated Fall Events in Kingston

Today we’re celebrating Labour Day, which coincides with the return of post-secondary students, last minute preparations for the first day of school, and a great opportunity to tend to last minute, summery pursuits.  While we’re looking ahead to the best fall events Kingston has to offer, keep in mind we’ve

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Queen’s Football, 1923

Football has been a tradition at Queen’s since the 1870’s, when informal “Association matches of football (soccer) with catching” were played. In 1886, rugby football was introduced (a precursor to both modern rugby and football), with the crucial element of forward passing not being added to football proper in 1930.

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Friday Foto

I want to start today’s post by promising that Kingstonist is not going to start endlessly broadcasting cheesy Christmas carols, or pump cinnamon scents into your home to simulate the festive spirit.  That said, if I possessed the technological ability to affect such things, I would opt for Bing Crosby’s

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Friday Foto

Sorry for the slow news week, but I’ve been somewhat incapacitated and locked in quarantine under suspicion of the dreaded H1.  Rest assured I am quickly on the mend, and chomping at the bit to get back on the saddle.  This weekend is as busy as any other in the

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