The Dauphin Clippers JV girls are set to head to Gilbert Plains this evening to take on the Trojans in an exhibition volleyball match.

The news continued getting worse for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers when they hit the practice field yesterday ahead of their game this weekend against the Argonauts.

It was a battle from minute one to 60, but the Swan Valley Stampeders will be the only team rewarded as they will head back home winners, as they beat the Kings, 2-1 on Tuesday night at Credit Union Place.

In an effort to get kids from four to six years of age more included in the sport of hockey, the Parkland Region will be running Face-Off Festivals this season that will take place in McCreary and Russell sponsored by Hockey Manitoba.

The Winnipegosis Curling Club will hold a general membership meeting this Wednesday, October 18 at 7:00 p.m.

Gilbert Plains Colby Robak has made his return to the American Hockey League as he is currently suiting up for the Stockton Heat.

Dauphin's Lisa Hale-Menard and the rest of her team (Lead - Quinn Jones, Second - Emile Rafnson and Third -Lesle Cafferty) headed to Winnipeg this past weekend to take part in the Atkins Curling Supplies bonspiel, and they will return after making the top eight.

Dauphin's Ray Baker and his team (Rae Kujanpaa, Dwight Bottrell, and Terry Gudmundson) are heading to curling Provincials.

Less than 24 hours after falling 6-2 against the Selects, the Parkland Rangers rebounded with a 3-2 win against the Southwest Cougars on Sunday afternoon at Credit Union Place.

The JV girls and JV boys Dauphin Clippers took part in volleyball tournaments over the weekend.

It wasn't the finish they were hoping for, but it was a great weekend none the less, as the Gilbert Plains varsity girls Trojans volleyball team placed second in the Hamiota tournament over the weekend.