A magical performance in North Dakota

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Back row left to right: Jordyn Rolling, Jorja Petersen, Danika Nell, Paige Chudley, Bre Bradshaw and Emily Malchuk. Front row, left to right: Kailyn Lang, Billie Baranyk, Danica Black, Brennah Mclaughlin , Halle Kachur  and Trinity Turner

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This past weekend your local U14 Westman Magic Softball team traveled to Fargo, ND to participate in the “A Division at the Red River Rage Tournament. The team was selected last fall from Western Manitoba that includes players from Brandon, Neepawa, Killarney, Boissevain and Newdale. The tournament comprised of 16 teams brought out the competitive success of these young ladies earning them a second place finish in the Gold Division adding to their Gold medal finish in Saskatoon.

Cubs sweep Dauphin

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Neepawa Banner & Press

The first major upset in the Santa Clara Baseball League (SCBL) playoffs has occured and it’s courtesy of the Neepawa Cubs.

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Darren Maginel wins Neepawa Senior Open

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Left to right: Darren Maginel of Clear Lake receives congratulations from Neepawa Golf and Country Club general manager and CPGA golf pro Landon Cameron, after winning the 2018 Neepawa Senior Open on Monday, July 9.

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Neepawa Banner & Press

A first-time competitor has conquered the course at the Neepawa Golf and Country Club (NGCC), laying claim to the 2018 Senior Open title.

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Bowhunting competitions in Neepawa hit the mark

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About 60 bowhunters from across the prairies participated in the Yellowhead Bowhunters Provincial 3D Championship and the final stage of the 3D Triple Crown Championship on Saturday, July 7.

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Neepawa Banner & Press

The best bowhunters from across the province recently converged on Neepawa for a pair of premier events. On Saturday, July 7, the Yellowhead Bowhunters Archery Club hosted both the Provincial 3D Championship and the final stage of the 3D Triple Crown Championship.

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Justin Metcalf commits to Minot State

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Neepawa Banner & Press

Former Neepawa Natives forward Justin Metcalf has committed to play with the Minot State University (MSU). The 20-year-old from Winnipeg will join the ACHA Division I hockey team for the upcoming 2018-2019 season.

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