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British Soccer Camp

British Soccer Camp

Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp was back from Monday July 13 through Thursday July 16 at the Virden Collegiate Institute soccer field and gym. This year there is two new coaches to the Virden area.

An Oil Slick

The SWBL regular season is over but not before a nail-biting conclusion on the very last day of the schedule that determined the final order in the standings.

Robin's Review - Logan Biccum

Virden’s Logan Biccum had a hard time choosing the best part of her first year with the Brandon University women’s basketball team. The daughter of Denise and Scott Biccum redshirted last winter for the Bobcats.

Oil Caps This Week

Crowe deemed 'perfect fit' as Marketing Manager
3D Bow Shoot

3D Bow Shoot

The Flat Creek Archers held their second annual outdoor 3D shoot Sunday, July 5 in Oak Lake. Bow enthusiasts from across Manitoba and southeast Saskatchewan attended the event. The course consisted of two rounds of 20 targets.
Robin's Review - July 3, 2015

Robin's Review - July 3, 2015

Brandon Masson was an 18-year-old junior hockey rookie last season, but the Oak Lake product’s playing style reminds his coach of players from the past.

An Oil Slick - July 3, 2015

Team Canada's women's soccer team gave it their all but to no avail, as they fell to jolly old England (2-1) in the quarter finals at this year's FIFA World Cup being played right here in Leaf Nation.
Robin's Review

Robin's Review

Virden’s Drew Cochrane enjoyed a very successful first season swimming and studying at the University of Manitoba.
Robin's Review

Robin's Review

Former Virden resident Mitch VanTeeling established himself as an important contributor for the York University Lions in his rookie season. The son of Heather and Guy VanTeeling of Brandon was sixth on the Lions hockey team with 11 points.
KLBC 2015 cup a great success

KLBC 2015 cup a great success

Kenosee Lake Bible Camp's 13th annual Fundraising Golf Tournament was a great success. The Camp, in Moose Mountain Provincial Park, is about 100 kms west of Virden and serves youth from southwestern Manitoba and throughout the prairies.