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The Miramichi Her-icanes have their roster. They have their venue. And they have their first-ever coach. Miramichi’s own Brittany Sullivan will guide the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association expansion Her-icanes into play this season. The Her-icanes will join New Brunswick rivals Fredericton Freeze, Moncton Mystics and Port City Fog of Saint John along with Nova Scotia’s...
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The third season of Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is set for take off on Thursday, May 2. That’s when the all-Halifax battle between reigning champion Thunder and inaugural Legacy Cup-champion Hornets lock horns in a 7 p.m. outing at Saint Mary’s University. Before the regular season kicks off, however, there is a pretty major MWBA...
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The Halifax-based 902 Hoops League is adding a women’s recreational division to its 2024 campaign. ‘We are aiming to launch with four to six teams to provide a platform for post-high school and university players,’ said league organizer, Robbie McGee. We want to see players seeking to stay active in basketball.’ McGee’s ambition was bolstered...
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The basketballs are hitting the floors and players are going through their paces. It’s that time of year. Tryouts are well under in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association and more will come as teams prepare for pre-season action. The regular season is not far around the corner, either. Games start counting for real on Thursday,...
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The Moncton Mystics will have a new shot-caller at the helm of their Maritime Women’s Basketball Association team. Longtime New Brunswick Intersholastic Athletic Association coach Troy Mackenzie will handle duties for the Mystics as the Moncton club prepares for its third season of operation in May. Mackenzie takes over the Mystics in the footsteps of...
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There was a pretty solid women’s recreation league in Moncton before the Maritime Women’s Basketball League launched in 2022. Guess what? The local circuit is back up and running with huge numbers registering and ready to play. The response was so high, said organizer Shannon Parlee, they had to add to player roster sizes to...
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The Port City Fog watched another team hoist the Legacy Cup on its home court last June. That memory will spark another run at a Maritime Women’s Basketball Association championship bid for the Saint John squad. Dropping a heartbreaking final game, 102-93, in front of an MWBA record crowd of 1,209 at TD Station to...
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Kevin Daley will return as the head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Fredericton Freeze. He will embark on his second season at the Freeze helm after joining the team in 2023. Daley took over the reins from John Hickey, who guided Fredericton during its first year of operation in 2022. ‘I had an...
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With a plethora of experience filling his resume, Augy Jones is back in a head coaching capacity. Jones has been named head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Halifax Hornets. He will take over the head coaching reins from Mark Forward, who will remain with the Hornets in a reduced capacity. Forward paced the...
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All seven Maritime Women’s Basketball Associations are preparing for the open signing windows of players. Teams, if they choose, can begin signing players for the 2024 season which is set to begin in early May. Reigning champion Halifax Thunder join Halifax Hornets, Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth Region, Port City Fog of Saint John, Fredericton...
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