To submit a score, game report or announcement, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hamilton Hawks Atom BB, actively looking for skaters for 2017-18. Interested girls (age 10 and under) looking for a great hockey atmosphere, development and fun, contact Coach Jason at 905-928-1975 or email@example.com. Ancaster Veterans Slo-Pitch looking for players for men’s 45 and over Sunday league. Call Ray D’andrade 905-648-0063 or Ron Lacroix 905-634-8763. Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club, in Gage Park off Lawrence Road. Challenge the idea that it is a sport only for old people. Day workers call 905-528-3191, ask for Marilyn. The club will arrange to be at the clubhouse by 7 p.m. any evening in July. They will teach you the game using club equipment and friendly encouragement. Get lots of exercise with walking and bowling. Light refreshments will follow upstairs in clubhouse. Mount Hamilton Minor Hockey
Association is taking registrations for new and returning members. Interested registrants can attend the convenor’s office, 25 Hester St. Novice (2009/10) to Midget (2000/02). Also offering select hockey from novice to bantam, minor and major midget levels. For information view MHMHA website or registrar firstname.lastname@example.org
One pitch tournament, features continuous ball for 40 hours from July 14 to 16. This mixed tourney, min four girls, is at Henning Park in Caledonia. On-site camping and food trucks. $300 entry fee. Email email@example.com or text 905-906-4000.
Hamilton Ringette registration is open. Learn to Skate program (ages 4+) is professionally led by qualified THT skating instructors is $199 for the six-month season. New this year, adult recreational league Sunday nights at 9 p.m., cost of $295 or $60 for goalies. U10 fee is $429, U12 and up is $499. Register at hamiltonringette.ca for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Additionally Hamilton Ringette is also selling $25 tickets to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats games again this season. Visit our website for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
BASKETBALL The 2017 FOX 40 Officials Camp in affiliation with the Hamilton Board of Approved Basketball Officials is Aug. 23 and 24 at Bishop Tonnos High School. Register now at hamiltonboard.org GOLF Junior golf camp. Chippewa Creek G.&C.C.,to 20, 9 a.m. Mt. to1 Hope. p.m. CampCost $240#2 - July per 17 person ($220 p.p. with sibling). Contact Chippewa Creek Pro shop 905-679-4240. chippewacreekgolf.com RUGBY Hamilton Hornets Rugby Club hosting a week-long rugby day camp the week of July 17 for youth 6-17 years of age. hamiltonrugby.com VOLLEYBALL Mountain Volleyball Club (MVC) and the St. Mary Volleyball Program (MVP) Summer Camp, instructional program for girls and boys in Grades 1 to 8. Sessions: July 17 to 21 and July 24 to 28, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., St. Mary Secondary School. Registration forms available at
www.mountainvolleyballclub.com or contact Jos Nederveen at email@example.com BASKETBALL Ganon Baker Summer Basketball
Camp, July 17 to 21 at Bishop Ryan High School, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Boys and girls 8 to 14 years of age. Contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or 289-237-0937. Maga Basketball Summer Camps — For information and camp brochure and registration form: www.magabasketball.com Camp director: Steve Maga email@example.com 905-518-6778
Spalding Shooting Camp - July 17 to 21, at St. Thomas More. Boys and girls aged 7 to 15, teaching athletes
how to properly shoot the basketball
Guard Post Camp – Aug. 14 to 18, at Bishop Tonnos. For boys and girls aged 7 to 15 focusing on both basic and advanced fundamentals covering skills that are vital to both guard and post play.
Metro Camp – Aug. 21 to 25, at Cardinal Newman. For boys and girls aged 7 to 15. Fundamental skills camp.
Elite High Performance Camp – Aug. 21 to 25, at Bishop Tonnos. Advanced skill camp for boys and girls in Grade 8-12.
AROUND THE DIAMONDS
HAMILTON OLDE SPORTS SLO-PITCH ASSOCIATION July 4: Tower Service Station 20, Scarrow’s Indians 19. Dream Team 27, Ace Family Restaurant 22. Ringo’s Automotive 28, Sherwood Men’s Hairstyling 21. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 23, The Ale House 22. BDB Tigers 20, Tracie’s Place 17. West Hamilton Dentures 24, Breakaway Distributing 21. Apple Tree Gang 28, Carafe Wine Makers 19. July 6: BDB Tigers 18, West Hamilton Dentures 16. Sherwood Men’s Hairstyling 17, Ace Family Restaurant 2. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 31, Dream Team 20. Tower Service Station 24, The Ale House 10. Scarrow’s Indians 28, Carafe Wine Makers 16. Ringo’s Automotive 40, Tracie’s Place 27. Breakaway Distributing 29, Apple Tree Gang 26.
ON THE FIELD
ONTARIO WOMEN’S FIELD LACROSSE U11 — Hamilton 14, Six Nations 5. Hamilton goals: Tia Buonomo 2, Ryan Barrick 2, Avery Bruce 2, Jillian Boyer 4, Cayleigh Bowes 2, Nora Tchorbadjisky 2. Six Nation goals: Rayleigh Kicknosway 2, Callyn Martin, Tierney Henhawk 2. Halton Hills2 6, Hamilton 5. Hamilton goals: Anna Talbot, Avery Bruce, Tia Buonomo, Katie Doyle 2.
ON THE PADDOCK
HAMILTON HORNETS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Festival of rugby day hosted 29 rugby teams of young athletes aged 12 and under. The senior women hosted London and suffered a 57-21 loss. Careena Brown scored a try in the first half and her sister Carissa Brown scored twice in the second half. Cassidy Smith was good for both converts. The third was awarded as a penalty convert. The senior men’s firsts team lost 54-5 to Guelph. Rookie Jacob Metcalf scored Hamilton’s only try in the second half to break the shutout. The senior men’s seconds team logged their first win of the season with a 43-29 win over Guelph. Captain Will Redgate scored two tries and was good for four of seven convert kicks. Jeff Lawson, Jeremy Stuckless, Jacob Medcalf, John Tavares, Allan Murray all added tries.
HAMILTON OLYMPIC CLUB Canadian Junior/Senior Track and Field Championship Meet, in Ottawa, two members of the Hamilton Olympic Club came home with personal best times in their respective events, as well as bronze medals for those efforts. Competing in the 100m hurdles, Brittany Stenekes ran 13.78 seconds in the junior girls’ age group. Myles Misener-Daley contested the junior boys’ 200m sprint and earned his reward with a clocking of 21.54 seconds.
CANUSA The 60th CANUSA Games take place in Flint, Mich, on Friday, Aug. 11 to Sunday, Aug. 13.