When 8:30 rolls around tomorrow morning in Austria, Dauphin's Lisa Hale-Menard, and Ray Baker will be battling to make the playoffs in the World Curling Tour Austrian Mixed Doubles Cup.

Dauphin's Rod Carberry has been a big part of the success that the Parkland Region has had in Rugby, and he is being rewarded for that as he was announced as the new Head Coach for the U16 Team Manitoba Rugby Team.

The Parkland Bantam AAA Rangers are currently in Regina for the Graham Tuer Bantam Challenge and the team went 1-1 on Thursday.

It was a long time coming, seven games to be exact for Ryan Pulock to be inserted into an NHL game this year, but when he was on Thursday night, he certainly made a case to remain in the lineup going forward.

You still have a few more days to hit the links!

The Dauphin Clippers JV girls volleyball team took on the Gilbert Plains Trojans JV girls yesterday in Gilbert Plains.

Dauphin's Mark Liwiski is loving every moment of his first year in the Western Hockey League with the Everett Silvertips.

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.