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Blades flash in Burnaby

Sword play: Takako Matisz, left, of Saskatoon takes on Ryo Yasumura of Etobicoke, Ont. in team competition at the Canadian Kendo Championships at BCIT last Saturday.

New Westminster moves under Burnaby District youth soccer umbrella

Burnaby Selects and the Sapperton Rovers Men's Club announced earlier this week that the two groups will be working together to improve soccer development in the Burnaby District.
Burnaby Open winners

Burnaby Open winners

Lakers move up to third place

The Burnaby Lakers moved into a third-place tie in the Western Lacrosse Association following a 12-8 win over the Maple Ridge Burrards on Sunday.

Junior A's on verge of pass on playoffs

The Burnaby Lakers will continue to fight to the bitter end in B.C. Junior Lacrosse League play, said one of its assistant captains.

Junior A Lakers help out Adanacs, get two players in return

The Burnaby Lakers dealt righthander Jackson Decker to the Coquitlam Adanacs in a two-for-one deal on the June 30 B.C. Junior Lacrosse League deadline.

Burnaby Coasters pip Pioneers at B.C. Masters

The Burnaby Coasters won two separate divisions, including the A and grand masters groups, at the B.C. masters lacrosse championships in Burnaby last weekend. Future Hall of Famer Russ Heard had a big part in both wins against rival Ladner Pioneers.

Cliff Avenue wins second Provincial Cup

Cliff Avenue Synergy is hoping its final season together is a memorable one.

Canada exits FIFA Women's World Cup without a point

Canada's national women's soccer team lost its final game of the FIFA World Cup following a 1-0 loss to Nigeria Tuesday.

Burnaby-based Clan add six players for 2011 soccer season

The Simon Fraser University Clan men's soccer team officially announced the addition of six players to their roster for the 2011 season.
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