Filomi sports roundup

A list of results from sporting events this weekend.

DRAGON BOATING

 

Triport Dragon Boat Society

Filomi Days Regatta

A Final: Namaxsala d. Prevailing Wins

B Final: Dragon Slayers 2:13.5, Warriors, 2:13.9.

A Consolation: Dragon Flies 2:13, Bravehearts 2:24.

B Consolation: Flying Dragons 2:20, River Spirit 2:21

 

Heat races

Namaxsala 2:30, Bravehearts 2:34; Warriors 2:21, Flying Dragons 2:30; Dragon Slayers 2:27, River Spirit 2:36; Namaxsala 2:11, Prevailing Wins 2:14; Dragon Flies 2:16; Bravehearts 2:31; Dragon Slayers 2:28; Flying Dragons 2:31; Warriors 2:13, River Spirit 2:19; Prevailing Wins 2:08, Dragon Flies 2:10.

 

STREET HOCKEY

4th annual Brian Burns Memorial Tournament

Senior Youth Division

Champion: Ram Rods

Round-robin

Clutter Buck Boys 6, Storm #1 4

Ram Rods 9, Smokers 6

Kings 12, Generals 5

Clutter Buck Boys 8, Blues 6

Smokers 9, Storm #1 4

Ram Rods 14, Gwasi Posse 8

Clutter Buck Boys 13, Gwasi Posse 12

Smokers 5, Clutter Buck Boys 4

Ram Rods 14, Storm #1 2

Gwasi Posse 6, Storm #1 3

Most Sportsmanlike team: Storm #1

 

Intermediate Division

Champion: Kings

Round-robin

Storm Mad Dogs 8, Kings 6

Storm Mad Dogs 8, Generals 3

Generals 5, Storm Mad Dogs 5

Kings d. Storm Mad Dogs, forfeit

 

Junior Division

Champion: Rat Pack

Jets d. Road Runners, forfeit

Jets 18, Flyers 0

Rat Pack 6, Flyers 2

Rat Pack d. Road Runners, forfeit

 

Hockey stick winners:

Mathew Saunders, Jets; Nathan Sandeman, Mad Dogs; Thomas Coon, Clutter Buck Boys

 

Stock Car Racing

at Triport Speedway

Saturday’s results

Trophy Dash: 1. Paul Weeks; 2. Daniel Hovey; 3. Ryan Doyle; 4. Justin Reusch.

Heat 1: 1. Hovey; 2. Glen Day; 3. Reusch; 4. Doyle; dnf: Weeks.

Remainder of event cancelled due to rain

 

DRAG RACING

 

North Island Timing Association

Summer Series events 3 and 4

 

Saturday, July 21

Sportsman final: Ron Clark, Port Alberni, def. Dan Taylor, Courtenay

Pro final: Richard Spencer, Port Alberni, def. Ryan Laing, Nanaimo

Super-pro final: Terry Mackay, Port McNeill, def. Rockey Rigby, Courtenay

 

Sunday, July 22

Sportsman final: Don Egan, Courtenay, def. Bill Leong, Courtenay

Pro final: Greg Wright, Victoria, def. Dustin Hunter, Duncan

Super-pro final: Eric Shields, Parksville, def. Louis Oulette, Courtenay

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