Neepawa Novas year-end results

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The Neepawa Novas Gymnastics Club recently closed out their competitive season at the Regional Stream Provincial Championship. The event was held Apr. 20-22 in Swan River and hosted by the Swan Valley Cheetahs Gymnastics Club. 

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Fore! Finally!

Eoin Devereux
Neepawa Banner & Press

The recent cool temperatures aren’t expected to chill the enthusiasm of local golfers who are finally getting back out on the greens. The Neepawa Golf & Country Club (NGCC) has confirmed it will open for the season on Thursday, May. 3. As of Tuesday, May 1, it was expected that all 18 holes would be available for play heading into the weekend.

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Neepawa Figure Skating Club wind up fantastic season

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Neepawa’s Ice Prec*Ice synchronized skating club came to a close on Saturday, Mar. 17 when they attended the Crocus Invitational Synchronized Skating Competition in Souris.

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Gladstone Lakers falter at Provincials

By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

A pair of losses at the Manitoba Senior “A” Hockey Championship have the Gladstone Lakers needing a lot of help to make it into the final on Sunday, Apr. 8. Gladstone, who is representing the Tiger Hills Hockey League, opened up the tournament with a 1-0 loss to the Grandview Comets on Thursday, Mar. 29. Devon Jakeman scored the only goal of the night, on a power-play chance early in the third period. The Comets are representing the North Central Hockey League at this event. 

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Lots to like from Neepawa Natives Prospects Camp

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By Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

Young hockey prospects from across the province recently hit the ice hoping to make a lasting impression at the Neepawa Natives annual spring evaluation camp. The event was held at the Yellowhead Arena on Mar. 23-25 and featured a mix of draft eligible players, as well as members of the MJHL club’s 50-man protected list.

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