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MWBA Schedule in Development

The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is eyeing its 2025 schedule. The MWBA finished its third season of competition in June, capping a remarkable campaign of parity throughout the seven team league, ending when the Halifax Thunder won its second straight Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup title in the Nova Scotia capital. There is hope of expansion...
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Off-Season? Not With MWBA

The dust settled, the curtain came down. But the act is not over for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association when it comes to planning. Year III may be in the books, but that means only one thing…Year IV beckons. A second consecutive Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup championship was awarded to Halifax Thunder on June 23...
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Thunder Class of League

Undefeated. Again. Halifax Thunder has not lost a Maritime Women’s Basketball Association game of any type in two seasons. The remarkable march continued Sunday in front of 786 fans at Dalhousie University. Thunder started fast and kept the pedal to the floor, earning a 90-57 victory over Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth/Cole Harbour/Preston. Halifax earned...
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Thunder, 56ers Chase Title

It’s the Halifax Thunder and Lake City 56ers. For all the marbles. The curtain will come down Sunday in the third season of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association when the Halifax Thunder tangles with Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth/Cole Harbour in the championship outing. Game time for the Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup is 2:30 p.m....
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Rainford Named MWBA MVP

The votes are in. And a member of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s newest team has been named the league’s Most Valuable Player. Lauren Rainford of the expansion Miramichi Hericanes was named MVP following a vote by league teams. Teams were not able to vote for a player from their own team. Rainford led all...
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Semifinal Saturday on Tap

And then there were four. Four teams remain in pursuit of the Pro*Line Summit Legacy Cup championship this weekend as the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association prepares to crown a champion. Who will it be? Undefeated and reigning champion Halifax Thunder? Second place Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth/Cole Harbour? How about the Fredericton Freeze, winners of...
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56ers Mount Huge Comeback

So, the word buzzing around the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association has been parity. Absolutely right. The MWBA had yet another white-knuckle post-season elimination game Thursday night to decide who the fourth and final team was going to be to advance to this weekend’s Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup championship. That final team is the Lake City...
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One Final Spot Remains

It’s a cross-bridge clash tonight. And the winner will fill the final spot in this weekend’s Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup championship, joining three other teams who qualified earlier in the week. What a Maritime Women’s Basketball Association battle this is going to be. Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth/Cole Harbour will welcome Halifax Hornets to the...
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Three Teams Earn Tickets

Three tickets have been punched. Only one dance card remains. Regular season champion Halifax Thunder, Fredericton Freeze and Saint John’s Port City Fog has all earned a spot in this weekend’s Pro*Line Stadium Legacy Cup championship in the Nova Scotia capital. The Final Quartet will be held at Dalhousie University. Thunder, 10-0 during the regular...
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