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The Sports Bulletin is a free public service provided by the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Neighbours for the benefit of readers and the amateur sports community. Non-profit groups such as community centres and sports teams can publicize their events, advertise openings on teams or alert readers about fundraising events, coaching vacancies or sports camps. Send brief submissions by e-mail to or fax to 697-7412. (no attachments please)


Assiniboine Masters Swim Club for all ages Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 6-7 a.m., St. James Centennial Pool.

Ball Hockey Manitoba accepting registration for Men's divisions 1,2 3,4,5 as well as a Women's division and Co-ed division. Individual players may also register at this time. Games are played only on weeknights at the Varsity View Arena, Billy Mosienko Arena, Glenwood Arena, and St. Norbert Arena. The season begins April 18 and runs until early July. You can also try out for Team Manitoba Men's and Women's Ball Hockey who will be competing in the Canadian Ball Hockey Championships. The age range for the Men's, Women's and Coed league is is 16 yrs. old and up. For more details on how to register for the league please visit our website at, or leave a message 925-5602.

Brick Gym an Olympic Weightlifting club with a rich history of international competition is recruiting female athletes (aged 12 and up) who want to try out the sport. Call Denis, 489-4443 or

Cal Ripken baseballnew baseball development league for athletes 9-12 years old.Activities Monday, Wednesday and games on Sunday all summer long.All events timed.No long weekends.Professional support for coaches by Rookies instructors.Call 783-4487 or

Canlan Ice Sports is seeking experienced Hockey referees and timekeepers for June for the YHL and Adult Safe Hockey League,

Casual mens indoor sponge hockey games Friday nights 11 p.m., MTS Iceplex. 26 weeks. Information: Sean, 832-7460 or

Dynamo Boxing Club Inc. accepting new members (boys and girls) to the boxing, dynamo kickboxing, tai bo, muay-thai, kick boxing, aerobics, boxercise, fitness training self-defense. Call Simon, 237-9106.

East Elmwood Community Club floor curling or cribbage, 1 p.m. every Monday, 927 Beach Ave. Call Morris 222-5382.

East St. Paul Wednesday Night Mixed League has openings for single curlers and teams for the 2011-12 season. Draw times are 6:30 and 8:45 p.m., alternating weekly. Information: Norine

Fellowship Hockey League is accepting teams in all our divisions: compeditive Div. 1 & 2, Recreations Div. 3 & 4 & our 40+ well as starting a Ladies/Female Hockey Div. for the 2011-2012 season. Information: George 275-5680 or or

Football Manitoba offers Youth Development Camp for ages 9 & 14. For dates and times call Craig at 925-5618.

Glenlee Ladies Ringette Team (Ladies division-age 30 and over) looking for goalie and skaters to play in a recreational league. Call Linda, 885-7078.

Kelvin Sponge Hockey League has two spots open for new teams on Sunday evenings and doubleheaders, 18 games and 3 playoff games guaranteed. Call 793-5517.

Looking for a fun way to stay in shape try flag rugby. Call Randy, 284-6972.

Manitoba Optimist Junior Open 2012. Open to junior boys and girls, ages 10-18 Awarding trips to Florida to play in the Optimist International Junior Golf Championships. June 16-17 11 a.m., Larters at St.Andrews Golf and Country Club, 30 River Rd., St. Andrews, Information: 334-2107.

Marble mixed recreation slow pitch league accepting applications. For information e-mail or 222-6352.

Mazur's Indoor Winter Touch Football League 6 games a night, 1 hour fast-break football, where "defence- is something you put around a house in Brooklyn!" Where 37-34 is a low scoring game. Visit Call 253-3612 leave a message during the day or at home before 8 a.m., or after 5 p.m.

Men 16-55 interested in playing recreational floor hockey Tuesdays from 8:30-10 p.m. in the East Kildonan area, call Leslie at 669-9529.

Monday Morning Masters curling league looking for one team or several individuals at St. Vital. Information: Bob 257-3294.

Morse Place Senior Baseball Club semi-annual meeting and registration April 19, 11 a.m., Morse Place Community Club, 700 Munroe Ave. Mixed baseball is open to men at least 55 years of age and women 40 years of age to play slopitch baseball Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. Information: Paul 668-8574.

North Winnipeg Pirates AAA Baseball Organization accepting applications for head coaching positions in Peewee, Bantam and Midget. Fax: 339-5173 or

PIT Touch Football accepting registration for both its Spring indoor and Summer outdoor leagues. Be part of the largest touch football organization in Manitoba, skill levels from beginner to elite! Flexible scheduling available. Register: or Jon 223-5912.

PIT Touch Football is now accepting applications for referees for the upcoming season. Flexible schedules and great benefits offered. Information: or Jon 223-5912.

Referees needed for spring ball hockey. Information: 943-1162 or

Rookies Baseball Experience will run 14 week off-season baseball/softball individual lesson package in Manitoba's only indoor training facility. All instructors have minimum college playing experience and specific areas of expertise. Flexible schedule available. Register: 783-HITS or

Rossmere Sixty Plus Club looking for senior curlers for its mens league Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. and Thursdays, 12:30 p.m., Rossmere Golf and Country Club. Register: Ralph, 667-4364 or Bruce, 257-6539.

Senators Senior Mens Curling Club looking for new members for senior Men 60 & up group for every Tuesday & Thursday, Granite Curling Club. Call Bill, 488-8353 or Jack, 254-0596.

Senior Mixed Curling every Tuesday & Thursday mornings at Assiniboine Curling Club. Information: Sue, 837-6616.

Senior ringette team looking for a goalie. Must be over 30 years of age. Equipment provided. Call 889-7644.

Sponge hockey players wanted for Saturday night indoor scrimmage games. Call 832-7460 or e-mail

Sponge Hockey League in South Winnipeg is now accepting registration from Teams and individuals for the upcoming season. Men's and Coed Sponge Hockey is available. Information:

Sport Medicine Council of Manitoba teams up with Downtown Watch and the Winnipeg Police Bike Unit, for "We Caught You Using Your Head. They will be patrolling Kildonan Park, St. Vital Park, Assiniboine Park and The Forks to catch children and adults "Using their Head" and wearing a helmet while biking, rollerblading, scootering or skateboarding. If you are caught wearing a helmet there are prizes to be given away.

Sunday Night Slow Pitch League starts June, Buhler Recreation Park. Coed 6&4. 19 games guaranteed. Information: Donna 227-1419 or and Russ 925-2549, 224-8612 or

T4 Wrestling Club offers Olympic-style wrestling for children under 12, Wednesdays, 6:15-7 p.m. and for 13 years and older, Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. or Sundays, 1-3 p.m. at Notre Dame Community Centre, 271 de la Cathedrale Ave.

Tree of Love Yoga Program for ages 6-7, 8-10 & 11-14, Aromansse Meditation Centre, Riverton. Information: Mary Lou 219-6629 or Serge 667-5598.

Winnipeg Alternative Hockey Association registration for coed and men's divisions. Games played 7 days a week, now-June 1. Information: 943-1162 or

Wanderers rugby club accepting men and women of all shapes, sizes, ages, and experience for contact and non-contact teams. Call Randy, 284-6972.

Westridge Sponge Hockey League in South Winnipeg is now accepting registration from teams and individuals for the upcoming season. Men's and Coed Sponge Hockey is available. Information: click on the sponge hockey section, or 925-5602.

Winnipeg Blues Jr. "A" Hockey Club are accepting applications for host billet families for 2011/2012 hockey season. Call Cindy at 960-0036

Winnipeg Blues Jr. "A" Hockey Club are looking for additional game day volunteers for 2011/2012 hockey season. Information: Cindy 960-0036.

Winnipeg Kyokushin Karate offers free Karate classes to anyone 8 years old and up. For information call 663-8102, e-mail or visit

Winnipeg Men's Slow Pitch League is accepting applications for new teams for a Mens and Coed teams to play on Monday or Wednesday. All games will be played at Little Mountain Sportsplex. Low Low registration fees. Information .

Winnipeg Sponge Hockey League accepting registration for team and individual players. All ages 6 to 65 in men's, women's, co-ed, high school, and peewee. Season consists of 21 games. Referees needed for outdoor sponge hockey. Call 582-9296 or visit

WCSL Waverley Complex is looking 2 teams for the Thursday night division and will accept individuals wanting on teams. Call 786-2312, or


Lindenwoods C.C. Yoga Flow, Drop into three classes, Tuesday 8 p.m., and Thursday 6:30 & 8 p.m., call 775-1100 or (

Westridge C.C. offers tai chi, kung fu and cardio-kickboxing. Classes Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. Call Rick at 694-3173. Yoga classes Monday and Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings. Call Shauna 222-9642.


Female hockey team looking for "A" level players for the upcoming season at the new MTS Iceplax at the west Perimeter. Call 999-9488.

Goaltending Fundamentals and Advanced Goaltending session Sundays, Mondays or Wednesdays. Boys and girls ages 7-14, Winnipeg Winter Club Arena. Information: 488-4743 or

Hockey North American is coming to Winnipeg. Play summer hockey, 15 games at Southdale Arena. Information: 1-866-336-3340 or

Keane Hockey spring/summer hockey development program to include spring break camps (March 26-30), spring youth recreational hockey leagues (April-June), POE prep camps (March), summer day camps (July and Aug.) and summer elite team and goaltender training (July and Aug.). Information: Billy 250-5565 or

Looking for female hockey players over 18 to play competitive hockey in A/B Division at the Highlander. Games are Sundays and usually Thursdays. Call 999-9488 leave a message.

Men's League Hockey team out of Dakota Div. C/D looking for 2-3 players ages 21-40. Call 471-2859.

St. Vital Victorias "AA" Hockey Club hosts 13th annual conditioning and skills camp. All hockey players male or female, ages 8-17. Information: Gary, 257-9773.

Winnipeg AAA Council is currently accepting applications for coaching positions for the 2012-2013 hockey season. Head coach applicants should have an intermediate coaching level certificate. Submit resume to: Hockey Winnipeg-AAA Council, 206-1555 St. James St., Winnipeg, MB R3H 1B5. Deadline for submissions: May 4.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 13, 2012 $sourceSection0

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