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Mystics Hosting Pre-Season Tilt

It was May of 2022 when the Moncton Mystics hosted the first-ever Maritime Women’s Basketball Association game, a pre-season meeting with the Fredericton Freeze. Fans turned out in droves, filling Harrison Trimble High School for the exhibition outing and igniting a string of successes the MWBA celebrated in its inaugural season. Moncton is going to...
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Veteran Coach to Lead Freeze

One of the Maritimes’ most successful women’s coaches is joining the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. Kevin Daley has been named head coach of the MWBA’s Fredericton Freeze as the league prepares to enter its second season this spring. He is the long-time head coach of the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Fredericton High Black Kats...
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Mystics Name New Coach

The Moncton Mystics have a new head coach. Jillian Smith will take over coaching duties of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association, replacing Greg Gould, who guided the club in their first season. Gould has joined the fledgling East Coast Basketball League franchise in Moncton as an assistant coach. Smith is well-known in the Moncton area...
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MWBA Apparel Now Available

Want to look sharp and wear the bright, bold colours of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. MWBA gear in different styles and sizes is now available on line and can be shipped directly to your home. The MWBA entered into a partnership with High Powered Customs Apparel out of Dartmouth, NS, to make it easier...
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MWBA Hiring Executive Director

The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is seeking a part-time, contractual position for the role of executive director. The position would be for the 2023 MWBA season. Closing date for applications is Friday, Feb. 24. The MWBA is a not-for-profit organization governing a competitive amateur women’s basketball league comprised of franchises from New Brunswick and Nova...
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MWBA to Remain With Six Teams For 2023 Season

The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association fully expects to have a team playing out of Prince Edward Island in 2024. Although the MWBA and its six-founding organizations studied the possibility of adding a PEI team for 2023, the logistical changes and financial impact was not one the league could absorb after its inaugural season. The MWBA...
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Thunder Player Back in AUS

Ellen Hatt has had a busy fall. The Fall River, NS, product was working with Sports and Entertainment Atlantic, when opportunity knocked in Fredericton. Hatt answered the door. She is now studying law at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton and, despite a hectic schedule with the books, a fifth year of USPORTS eligibility...
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Fog Coach Earns Coach NB Role

Madeline Belding has had a busy summer. You’d expect nothing less from the Sussex native. A veteran assistant U SPORTS coach – and first-ever head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Port City Fog of Saint John – has been named women and girls’ program manager with Coach NB. Belding was the only female...
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Thunder Coach Joins Tigers

The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is certainly proud of all its players who jumped on board for its inaugural season from May through late June. Same can be said for MWBA coaches. Parker Regan, who was head coach of the regular season champion Halifax Thunder, has moved into the Atlantic University Sport level, accepting a...
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