HFX DERBY: DAL VS SMU
“@SMUHuskies and @DalTigers treated basketball fans at the Scotiabank Centre to an overtime thriller on Friday night.”
The varsity women's and men's team competed in the HFX Derby at the Halifax Wanderers Grounds.
ROVER 4V4 CHALLENGE CUP
The HFX Wanderers hosted a special tournament for young soccer players aged 7-13. We set up mini pitches at the Wanderers Grounds and each team played a minimum of 4 games. This was a fun way to experience playing on Wanderers Grounds field and have the chance to be the first winner of Rover’s Cup!
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HFX PRO-AM - MACKENZIE TOUR
The Mackenzie Tour made a stop in Halifax for the HFX Pro-Am Presented by Steele Jaguar. The week-long event was held at the Oakfield Golf and Country Club. The unique Pro-Am style of the tournament allowed for the local golf community to get on the course and play with the pros for the first 2 days of the 4-day tournament. The tournament concluded with a win from Lorens Chan- the inaugural champion of the HFX Pro-Am.
CANADA VS USA RUGBY
The Canadian Senior Men's Rugby team will battled it out in their third test match of the series against the USA Senior Men's on June 23rd, 2018. This was the first event at the new Halifax Wanderers Grounds where they played to a sold out crowd of 6,200 fans.
BALL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
What a memorable weekend with 1,000+ participants playing the game we all know and love, in support of great cause. Players of all ages competed in a 4v4 tournament over the fun-filled fathers-day weekend. Sunshine, music, friends and laughter, we are already looking forward to next years event!
ATLANTIC SELECTS VS
The HFX Wanderers presented the Atlantic Selects U21 team against Germany's Fortuna Dusseldorf. The Selects took the W in an overtime shootout with a save by Christian Oxner who was after recruited to play with the HFX Wanderers professional team.
U SPORTS FINAL 8
The 2019 U SPORTS Men's Final 8 Basketball Championship finished with a bang, as the Carleton Ravens defeated the defending champion Calgary Dinos.
EASTERN NATIONAL RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sports & Entertainment Atlantic (S|E|A), in partnership with Destination Acadia, Rugby Canada, Rugby Nova Scotia, and the Province of Nova Scotia, hosted two major youth rugby events during the summer of 2018.
The Canadian National Women’s U20 team used Acadia as their training base for 10 days this August as they played three International series matches against the England Women U20 team.
In association with this event, Acadia University and Rugby Nova Scotia also hosted the East National Championships from August 12-19 which saw over 35 teams from Ontario, Quebec, PEI, NFLD and Nova Scotia compete in the male and female U18 and U16 divisions.