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The Tupperville Women’s Soccer Association is accepting registration until March 16. If you are interested in playing email email@example.com. The women’s 30+ outdoor recreational soccer league starts on May 2.
Wallaceburg Minor Baseball is holding their last registration date prior to the 2018 season on Sunday, March 18 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena. They are still accepting registrations at all levels Rookie – Bantam and U10 & U12 Fastball.
The Wallaceburg Tartans senior girls hockey team came up just short in overtime in the LKSSAA championship game recently at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena. The LCCVI Lancers won a close game by a 2-1 score. Wallaceburg beat NLSS in the semi-finals 5-1 to pave their way into the final. In eight games in the regular season, the Tartans finished with a 5-3 record.
Ontario passed ground-breaking concussion safety legislation this week to protect amateur athletes and make sport safer on the field and at school.
Rowan’s Law (Concussion Safety), 2017 makes Ontario a national leader in concussion management and prevention by establishing mandatory requirements that call for:
– Annual review of concussion awareness resources that prevents, identifies and manages concussions that coaches and educators would be required to review before registering in a sport
– Removal-from-sport and return-to-sport protocols, to ensure that an athlete is immediately removed from sport if they are suspected of having sustained a concussion, giving them the time needed to heal properly
– A concussion code of conduct that would set out rules of behaviour to minimize concussions while playing sport.
The legislation is In honour of Rowan Stringer, a 17-year-old rugby player whose death resulted from sustaining multiple concussions.
And finally, Rebecca Reimer from C-K Sportsxpress Magazine has a special report.