The Parkland Curling Super League Kicked off on Sunday night at the Dauphin Curling Club with five games.

The Bantam AAA Rangers headed to Regina this weekend for the Graham Tuer Challenge, and they will return back to the Parkland after winning three games and losing two.

The Dauphin Clippers football team will enter the Rural Manitoba Football League playoffs flying as they cruised past ParkWest on Sunday afternoon in Dauphin, winning the game, 62-20.

The Midget AAA Parkland Rangers headed to Portage this weekend to take part in the Manitoba Midget AAA Showcase, and they will return back home after losing one and winning one game.

The Dauphin Clippers hockey team headed to Swan River yesterday for their final tune-up before the regular season, and they returned back to Dauphin winners, as they beat the Tigers, 4-1.

It was a game that came down to the last second, and a thriller but the Dauphin Kings fell just short as the Flyers beat the Kings, 2-1 on Saturday night at Credit Union Place.

It was a game the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will surely want to forget quickly, as they missed a game-winning field goal as the Argonauts stole the game, 29-28.

The Dauphin Kings came into Friday's matchup with the Winnipeg Blues riding a three-game losing streak, but after 60 minutes of great hockey, that's changed as the Kings beat the Blues, 4-1.

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.