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Steinbach Carillon (Newspaper) - May 10, 1999, Steinbach, Manitoba The Carillon lUCUtflUOIl A Sports Section SPORTS Line Steinbach Golf Club shareholders to consider new clubhouse proposal The Steinbach FlyIn Golf Club will hold a special shareholders meet ing this week to discuss the construction of a new clubhouse The meeting will be held May 13 at at the Pioneer Junior A hockey team seeks committee members Anyone interested in serving on a committee that is seeking to bring Junior A hockey to contact Wally Rempel at 3263189 or Mark Loewen at Slowpitch tournament for 1999 grads A mixed slowpitch tournament 6 4 for 1999 Grads will be held j May 16 at Two games are For more information I contact Judy at Glrouxsalem Golf Club league registration Registration for league play at the Girouxsalem Golf Club will be May 18 men and May 19 Registration for both days will be at with the Texas Scramble teeoff to follow at For more information phone 3265722 or Lorette Minor Hockey Annual General Meeting Lorette Minor Hockeys Annual General Meeting will be held May 19 at at the Lorette Sports Centre curling Carillon Senior Sultans to host slowpitch and hardball tournaments The Carillon Sultans will host a 16team mixed slowpitch tourna ment on May and a hardball tournament 30 and over on May Both tournaments will be at For more information con tact Louis at 4245981 or Jason at Gardenton slowpitch tourney Gardenton Park will host a mixed slowpitch tournament on May To enter contact Linda at Ross Community Centre softball tourney The Ross Community Centre will hold an orthodox mixed softball tournament 5 May 29 Rainout dates are June 5 There will also be a homerun derby on Contact Lorraine Hay wood at 4228512 or Greg Kemp at Providence College golf tourney The First Annual Providence Classic fundraising golf tournament will be held June 8 at Quarry Funds are being raised for a gymnasium which will include a new For more or to contact Darel Lepp at r Winnipeg99 jfpeV Hotel the hotel rooms avail ythe rooms that were not fwoiild be released by erieral public visiting Winnipeg ntial for official visitors by ffjpf Cental to the general may reserve rooms i Jah Am Games hotel reserva i swimmers will feature five 1996 by the Canadian Marianne uriPmedleyatthel996At Myden 200m 32member squad was Is yictoria in from SelectASeat lity Un l ftp run in his space on Fight nights at Maximum by Terry Frey B the sweet science has arrived in Maximum Fitness at Clearspring Village has set up a regulation box ing ring to give customers another al ternative for their Owner Les who opened the workout gym five years says it is some thing he has considered for quite some This winter he purchased in equipment to set up the boxing The ring is actually only set up on Wednesday when sparring takes But available any time are three punching including two speed bags and a heavy Grace Bartel has been working out at Maximum Fitness for more than two and she is one of about 20 regulars that has been working out with the It is a new chal a different kind of who trains with boxing two or three times a says it is good Grace Bartel works out with Maximum Fitness owner Les cular for the upper body and the cardiovas Spence says he wanted to do something different at the gym and is He hopes it will interest young pco very pleased with the response so giving them one more thing to It will help to get the kids off the People of all ages have been trying the They can do it for 1un or do it Coaching is offered Wednesdays and Saturdays with instructors coming in from where there arc 10 boxing clubs The only other boxing club in the province is located in Spence says in addition to provid ing one of the best workouts avail boxing teaches a person to slay in Who maybe one day well have someone from here compete in the Doug Neufeld left spars with Steve Alguire in a boxing ring set up at Maximum Fitness in Steinbach Mild interest shown in new senior hockey loop by Terry Frey Prompted by the decision of the Hanover Tache Hockey League not to do away with imports next there is a movement un derway to start up a new senior hockey league in the southeast that would not allow The Hanover Tache Junior Hockey fronted by president Jerry Maryniuk are pushing the formation of the new Their first organiza tional meeting was held May 4 in Although 11 communities HOME AND OR in SUPPUES were contacted about the on ly four communities had representa tives at the Morris and have confirmed they will definitely have entries in the new Al though Maryniuk says he would have liked to see more people at the meet he feels they are actually very close to their goal of having a mini mum of five or six teams to start A NivervilJe rep also report ing there is some interest from his Maryniuk says there is a strong possibility there could be en tries from Ste St Adolphe and Con tact was also made with La Broquerie and the Maryniuk says he wants to help get the league then back off and let someone else run Also attending the meeting were Dick Penner of Conrad Nicholson of Morris and Roger Chain martin of The next meeting of the fledgling league will be June 9 at at the Mitchell Maryniuk says they will be working hard until that time to get a commitment of six The league has until the end of Au gust to register with Hockey Manito Maryniuk says it will be a com munity based league that would in clude strictly local He says they will have lo define what a local player such as perhaps playing mi nor hockey in the community for a minimum of two or if a player resides in the community they would be league boundaries will have to be decided on and a con stitution put The Hanover Tache Hockey League has been operating continuously since and expects to have eight teams for the 19992000 Former Whips pitchers ineligible for Southeast carillon by Terry Frey 375 Main Steinbach 3269O12 Open 9 6 The Southeastern Mens Fastball at a meeting on May decided that local pitchers Parrel Reimer and Denny Martens are too good to compete in their Citing what is referred to as the Hanover whereby any former pitcher or catcher from the Hanover Fastball which disbanded two years needs approval from the ex ecutive before being allowed to play in the Southeastern Both Reimer and Martens pitched for the competing in the Winnipeg Mens Fastball League last The league ruled however thut former Whips catcher Anton Koop would be allowed to play in the league if he Last season Conner Hanover pitchers Kelly Dave Thiessen and Ike Bucckert pitched in the Southeastern Bueckert hurled the New Bothwell Northstars to the league See Southeast on page 2c
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