The Belmore Stingers and Brussels Tigers have continued their winning ways and continue to pull away from the pack in the Huron County Fastball League standings.
Not only did the Brussels Tigers host another successful tournament for the 51st time in their history, but the team again found itself in the winner's circle, claiming the A Championship.
After cycling about 4,700 kilometres from Jordan River, British Columbia to his Lucknow-area home, 57-year-old Jurjen Weerman rested for just over a week before setting out on the second half of his cross-country journey.
The first-place Belmore Stingers and second-place Brussels Tigers are pulling away from the pack as the second half of the Huron County Fastball League season progresses.
This weekend, the Brussels Tigers will be hosting their 51st annual tournament, hot on the heels of their successful anniversary tournament, held last year.
What started as a small, grassroots effort to engage the youth of Blyth has grown into one of the biggest and most dynamic recreation opportunities in the village in recent years with the Blyth Kids Club.
This past weekend, the fifth annual Dungannon Pro Rodeo - a two-day celebration and competition featuring traditional western events - returned to the community.
With 20 points and the still-perfect record of 10-0, the Belmore Stingers remain atop the Huron County Fastball League standings, six points clear of the second- and third-place teams.
The Brussels Tigers have moved into second place in the Huron County Fastball League standings, maintaining a record of 6-1 with 12 points, just behind the still undefeated Belmore Stingers, who are 7-0.
The Belmore Stingers and Milverton Millwrights are now tied atop the Huron County Fastball League standings with identical 5-0 records. Both teams are 3-0 at home and 2-0 on the road.
Wingham was the place to be on Saturday for the cricket enthusiasts of the community, as the Huron County Immigration Partnership hosted a special cricket day in the town.
The fifth annual Blyth MS Ride went ahead on June 10, bringing nearly 30 cyclists to the area to raise funds for the MS Society of Canada.
The Belmore Stingers remain atop the Huron County Fastball League standings with one of two undefeated records in the regular season thus far.
It was a balmy evening in early May - on a well-groomed zen garden of an infield, baseline paint still drying, fine and crisp - that the U11 Blyth Gritty's girls softball team welcomed Canadian Olympic softball player, Alison Bradley, to their practice.
Wednesday, April 26 marked the 15th annual Matthew Dinning Memorial Rugby Tournament at Wingham's F.E. Madill Secondary School.
After a promising first year of offering soccer to the young people of Blyth at Blyth Lions Park, the Blyth Kids Club is expanding with offerings for everyone, making daily use of the Blyth and District Community Centre.
The local girls' hockey season wrapped up over the weekend, as the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) held its provincial championships in the Toronto area, welcoming six Huron Heat teams...
A bit of play has continued for several Huron Heat teams in recent days as they work towards the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) Championships in the Toronto area next weekend.
The season is over for the Wingham Ironmen after a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Patriots in Mount Forest in game seven of their second-round, best-of-seven series on Monday night.
This past week was a big one at the Wingham Golf and Curling Club, as it played host to the Provincial Elementary School Curling Championship from March 30 to April 2.
The Blyth Brussels U15 Rep Crusaders made it to the quarterfinals of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) Championships over the weekend in Barrie - an impressive showing and a heartbreaking end to a successful season for the team.