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Senior games registration

The annual District 3 Sudbury Senior Games are just around the corner. The games run between May 4 and June 6 and registration is being held until April 30 at the Older Adult Centre at 140 Durham St. No registrations will be accepted after April 30.

Learn to sail

The Sudbury Yacht Club is offering learn to sail lessons for both youth and adults. Youth sailing camps run for five days from 9 am to 4 pm daily. You may register for more than one session. Sessions start July 8 and end Aug. 16.

Wolves sticking around

Don't worry hockey fans, the Wolves aren't going anywhere anytime soon, except maybe to the golf course after a short playoff run.

Making It Shine

The Sportsman Show will end today (Sunday) at the City Centre downtown, former Eatons location. Presented by Dac Marketing, over 60,000 square feet of boats, fishing displays and personal watercraft are on display.

Spring in the ring at Trillium Centre

Boxing fans are in for another treat this weekend as the Ontario National Training Centre (ONTC) hosts a Spring in the Ring card at Azilda's Trillium Centre, home of the ONTC.

Local cyclist in British magazine

If you have a chance to buy or browse a copy of the April issue of the British magazine Cycle , turn to page 104. There's Eric Wohlberg, formerly of Onaping Falls. He is a member of the Canadian national team.

Volleyball Players Needed

The Team Easton Connexion Slo-Pitch team will be running a co-ed volleyball tournament on May 4 and 5. All teams are guaranteed three matches and the entry fee is $200 per team.

Basketball Players Needed

The Sudbury Association of Basketball Officials (SABO) is holding a mens and ladies master basketball tournament on May 3 and 4. The men?s division is for men who are 30 to 40-years-of-age and the over-40 category.

Nominate a local official

Do you know an umpire, judge or referee who has made a significant contribution to sport development? This is your opportunity to recognize that contribution by nominating the individual for a Fox 40 Sport Official Award.

Jays strike out with fans

The Toronto Blue Jays struck out with some fans at the home opener yesterday. Fans waiting in line to pick up complimentary tickets left by team owner Rogers Communications, as well as Jays staff and others, missed the first two innings of the game.