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The Rural Manitoba Football League held their league awards night in Ochre River on Saturday where some Dauphin Clippers were winners.

Dawson Leforte was recognized as the Special Teams player of the year, and Daniel Thacker was the Norris Aitken Memorial Award winner. 

The Clippers and the Moosomin Generals both brought home the Coaching Staff of the Year award. Those two teams met in the championship game where Dauphin was victorious to repeat as league champions. 

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Once gain in the blink of an eye the Parkland Source for Sports Novice Classic has come and gone.

Sixteen teams from around Manitoba, and even one from Saskatchewan competed for the ultimate prize.

In the end the Souris Elks battled through and won. 

The Elks met Dauphin Fire in the A Side semi-finals, and at one point trailed in that game 5-2. Souris made a comeback to take an 8-6 lead. But the dramatics would not stop there. 

Dauphin fire responded with two goals in the last two minutes to force overtime. In overtime Souris notched the game-winning goal.

In the A Side final the Elks met with another Dauphin opponent the Blades of Steel. Once again Souris trailed in that game 5-1, but battled back winning the Parkland Source for Sports Novice Classic with a 9-7 victory. 

In the B Side final another Dauphin team was in action. The Dauphin Rebels were crowned B Side champs with a win over Neepawa.

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