Local sports are currently paused, but when the time comes, the Quinte Royals are ready to play ball. Royals’ president Chris Lisle says the organization’s Return to Play plans are ready to go …
Crosby had given his stick to his defenceman while the pair were defending a Philadelphia surge in the Penguins defensive zone
Opportunities for young women are endless in sports now as it relates to university and college. As the sport evolves and develops we are all hopeful that a viable and sustainable pro model is developed in the near future.
For professional women’s team sports it has been even more dire, however there are signs of improvement.
As our community continues to grow and the gaps between our rural areas decrease, it only makes sense to allow for our sports associations to evolve and become more efficient in order to foster development of our athletes.
After a championship season in 2019, the Covid-19 pandemic tossed a nasty curveball into the Quinte Royals’ 2020 season
FAIR BALL FROM LLOYD LOBB
Umpire spent 23 years behind the Plate on Diamonds Across the Bay of Quinte
The Minor Peewee Quinte Royals is a talented group of ball players coached by Ed Turpin, Jason Baird, Chris Lisle, Jordan Lisle and Colin Martin. The objective of the Quinte Royals organization is to foster and improve baseball in Quinte.
Trenton baseball player showcasing her talents on major league stage. A “once-in-a-lifetime” experience has turned into an impressive stretch of years on the big stage for a young local baseball player.
Baseball began in the summer of 1839 thanks to Abner Doubleday. Little did he know at the time he would create what it would become today.