Golden Hawks Soar to Cup

Trenton Defeats Georgetown Raiders to capture Central Canadian Championship

The Trenton Golden Hawks have claimed the Dudley-Hewitt Cup championship trophy for the second time in two years, this time on home ice in front of a sold out crowd. The Hawks are off to the 2017 RBC Cup in Cobourg to play for the Canadian Junior A title.

Kayla MacMillan and Morgan Calwell, along with coach Perry Marshall, received their U21 Mixed Doubles Ontario Provincial Curling Championship banner.

Athletes of the Month

Nominate a deserving local athlete

Every month, Bay of Quinte Total Sports showcases local athletes by featuring them in our magazine and website, but we need your help! Nominate a local athlete by supplying the information on the right.

You will be notified if your submission is selected.  Winners are chosen through our panel of directors at Bay of Quinte Total Sports.

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Please include a paragraph on why this athlete deserves to be chosen Bay of Quinte Total Sports Athlete of the Month.

April 2017 Winners

Kayla Gray


Kayla attends Nicholson Catholic College and is in grade 12 and is enrolled at St Lawrence College in Kingston for fall of 2017.She is the skip of a local U18 curling team that plays out of both Stirling and Perth curling clubs. She recently won the U18 Ontario Championship with her team and will play in the Canadian Championships April 18-23 in Moncton NB. Team Gray is currently ranked #1 on the Ontario Junior Curling Tour U18 division.

Nate is a Grade 2 student at Harry J Clarke and has been with Pegasus Cheer since 2014. He quickly built the skills necessary to successfully try out for the Youth All Star Level 1 team, Electric.  Nate works as both a flyer and a base for his team. Electric placed 2nd at a competition in February and 1st at one in March. They recently returned from CheerEvo Nationals, Canada’s largest cheerleading competition, where they placed 6th in their division.

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Bay of Quinte Area
Sports News and Notes

Let's Play Ball!


The Belleville Amateur Baseball Associations (BABA), plays out of Belleville Ontario and offers children from the ages of 4 to 19 years of age the opportunity to get into the game.

The BABA has functioned with a primary goal of keeping the costs down to allow children to play.

The Belleville Bucs house league teams start at T-Ball all the way up to midget division.  The rookie players play on the Thurlow Diamonds on Harmony Road against other Belleville Rookie teams two times a week.

Mosquitio and up play in the Quinte Baseball League (QBL), Wellington, Quinte West, Melrose, Brighton and occasionally Warksworth.  Each team plays one home game and one away game a week.

The Quinte Royals are a higher calibre Rep Baseball League Organization separate from the House League Team and offers players a more competitive level of baseball.

The Quinte Royals draw players from the entire region to form teams and start at Rookie and up to Junior division (21U).

Belleville Minor Softball offers fun house league teams for ages 4 to 16 years.  Additional competitive leagues in Select, Belleville Bengals, are available for players wishing to play at a higher level.

Sports Programs

Quinte Sports & Wellness

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Children & Youth

• Dance, Arts, Theatre, Music, Science, Sports, Fitness, Swim, or Skate

• Summer Day Camps for ages 4-16 years

• Preschool Room & Youth Room

ALSO: Parents workout and use our Child-Minding services

Adults & Seniors

• FREE indoor track

• Workout in our studio for as low as $2 per visit

• Personal Training, Fitness, Sports, Dance, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Meditation, Yoga

• Therapeutic Programs: Stroke, COPD, Cardiac Care, Diabetic Exercise

• Belleville’s 50+ Centre: Activities for $5

Try something new this season.

Call to register: 613-966-4632


Walleye Derby

37th Kiwanis Tournament

Welcome to the 37th Annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby!

The 2017 Walleye World is shaping up to be a major event once again with some exciting new additions and a number of old (and great) friends coming along to join us on the waters of the Bay of Quinte.

With over $260,000 in prizes to be won we are the largest Walleye Fishing Derby in the world, the Kiwanis Walleye World is a massive fundraising effort by the Trenton Kiwanis Club to help raise money for the community. Every year we gather together to raise money and to give away great prizes on the first full weekend of May. Together we make it the BEST weekend of May for Walleye fishing in the province of Ontario!

All Ministry of Natural Resources rules and local laws and by-laws are applicable during the event and the Rules and Regulations of the Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby do not take precedence over any local, provincial or federal laws.

Derby Events Schedule

Friday May 6th 2016

11:59 PM Registration Closes

Saturday May 7th 2016

12:01 AM : Fishing Opens

1:00 PM : “Big” Jim McLaughlin (Seminar) 4:00 PM : David Chong (Seminar)

Sunday May 8th 2016

4:00 PM : Fishing Closes

5:00 PM : Closing Ceremonies and Prizes

(Derby HQ)

Live Entertainment on Friday and Saturday Night at Derby HQ in Trenton.

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Golden Memories of RCAF Win

RCAF Flyers Went from Misfits to Olympic Champions with Stunning Victory in 1948

Team comprised of a rag-tag mix of current and ex-Air Force members, along with some Army colleagues, who just happened to play hockey in their spare time surprised everyone by capturing the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

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