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BCFC Musings Oct. 9

BCFC Musing do not represent the opinions of Victoria Sports News We are down to 4 teams in the battle for the Cullen Cup after...

Weekly musing from the BC Football Conference

Discuss Rebels football here>> After last week’s column that saw me pre-maturely write off the Kamloops Broncos play-off chances this week officially saw the 4...

Exciting VIJHL hockey shuffles league standings: Braves back on top

© Copyright - 2016 - Victoria Sports News The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League's top six teams continue to provide and endless range of possibilities...

BC Football Conference Musings – October 1

Musings from the BC Football Conference. Content from this article does not necessarily represent the views of Victoria Sports News. It’s just about fall, which...

Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League looming parity

© Copyright - 2016 - Victoria Sports News And suddenly in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League there appears to be some parity. For the 2015-2016...

The Shamrocks and the Maple Ridge Burrards set to do battle Wednesday at The...

© Copyright - 2016 - Victoria Sports News The Olympics are over, Royal Athletic Park is vacant as the HarbourCats post-season ended early, and the...

Is now the time for the Victoria Royals to trade all-star defenseman Joe Hicketts?

Join the discussion here.   © Copyright - 2015 - Victoria Sports News Is now the opportune time for the Victoria Royals to trade all-star defenseman, Joe Hicketts?...

The Shamrocks, on the ropes early versus Nanaimo, play Game 2 Friday in the...

© Copyright - 2018 - Victoria Sports News The Victoria Shamrocks will need to make some changes in how they play against the young Nanaimo...

The red-hot Cougars face the fast-rising Nanaimo Buccaneers twice this week

© Copyright - 2016 - Victoria Sports News When your goaltender is pelted with 53 shots in a single game, the defence owe the back-stopper...

The Beacon Hill Park “no commercial activity by-law” should be revisited.

The City of Victoria by-law commonly known as the “no commercial activity in the park” prohibition is restrictive to some sporting events that promote health, wellness and competition.