MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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Four players from the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association and one coach competed at the recent Canada 3X3 Quest national championship in Toronto. The players and coach all played for Team New Brunswick. Lia St. Pierre, Kelsey McLaughlin and Jenna Jones from the MWBA’s Moncton Mystics joined league MVP Kaylee Kilpatrick from Saint John’s Port City...
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It is officially the off-season for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. That doesn’t mean crickets are filling the air. The MWBA will host its annual general meeting in the early fall to discuss 2023 and what is ahead for the league in 2024. That meeting will allow the league to update any constitutional changes, discuss...
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There were plenty of celebrations on the TD Station hardwood as the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association drew the curtain down on a remarkable 2023 season. The league’s second year of operation saw the Halifax Thunder complete a season to remember, capturing its first MWBA title and keeping the Legacy Cup in Nova Scotia. Last year’s...
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The Halifax Thunder and Port City Fog engaged in a Legacy Cup championship to remember. What a battle. In the end, the regular season champion Thunder capped a perfect season in style, downing the Fog, 102-93 in front of a Maritime Women’s Basketball Association attendance record 1,079 at TD Station in Saint John on Sunday....
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Halifax built an early lead, had some anxious moments in the second half, but held Fredericton at bay in its comeback bid, the Hornets downing the Freeze 81-75 to win the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s bronze medal Sunday. The game was played at TD Station in Saint John. In a game neither team was interested...
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An explosive third quarter broke things open and sparked the Moncton Mystics to a 72-49 win over Windsor Edge in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Legacy Cup consolation game Saturday. The game completed the season for both organizations on the floor of TD Station in Saint John. The teams emerged from their locker rooms deadlocked...
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The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association Legacy Cup is down to four teams. Port City Fog of Saint John punched its ticket to Saturday’s semifinal following a 90-68 win over the Windsor Edge. The six-team championship is being played at TD Station in Saint John. The host team gave the home fans plenty to cheer about...
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Did we expect anything less? Not when these two teams get together. The Halifax Hornets built a seemingly comfortable 80-66 lead at one point late in the third quarter and watched the Moncton Mystics roar back, just not enough. Halifax would post a 98-87 win over Moncton in the opening quarter-final match of the Maritime...
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As the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association prepares for its Legacy Cup championship this weekend at TD Station in Saint John, plenty of memories for a league in only its second year of existence has unfolded. From a different logo, a different name and plenty of stops and starts, the MWBA has featured six teams with...
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Kylee Speedy shot the lights out last week. That, along with helping the Freeze clinch top New Brunswick spot with a two-game win streak, has earned the Fredericton guard the fifth and final Maritime Women’s Basketball Association Player of the Week Presented by Royale honour. Speedy set a Fredericton single game points record, meshing 29...
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