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And the finalists are . . . Sport Nova Scotia announces 2019 Support4Sport Awards finalists

Halifax, NS (May 29, 2019) – The greatest in the provincial sport sector will be recognized this Saturday, June 1 at the Support4Sport Awards hosted by Sport Nova Scotia. Among them are world champions, leading officials, devoted coaches and faithful volunteers. “We expect this year to be the biggest recognition night that we’ve ever hosted” said Jamie Ferguson, CEO of Sport Nova Scotia. “We will be handing out over 250 awards and we can’t wait to celebrate the best of the best in the Nova Scotian sport industry on Saturday night.” READ MORE

Sport Fund Recipient Spotlight: Annapolis County Athletics

Annapolis County Athletics (ACA) launched their first Run, Jump, Throw, Wheel program for children aged 6-10 in Annapolis County.  With the help of Sport Fund, the club was able to train new coaches and purchase quality equipment to deliver the physical literacy based sessions. Sport Fund assisted the club to deliver the program twice since January 2019, reaching 75 children and a third session is planned with the goal of offering the program at all elementary school in Annapolis County and beyond. READ MORE


Cleve’s Source for Sports Athlete of the Month Winners for May Announced

(Halifax, May 13, 2019)- The Nova Scotia junior boys goalball team is the Cleve’s Source for Sports Team of the Month for May. The team won gold for a second year in a row at the 2019 Canadian Junior Goalball Championships in Brantford, ON.

Alexis Butler is the Cleve’s Source for Sports Female Team Athlete of the Month for May. The 15-year-old played both right and left wing and she scored ten goals at the 2019 Canadian Junior Goalball Championships where her team won gold for the first time ever at the tournament. READ MORE 

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