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Nomads to Storm The Beach, Officially Kicking Off the McCormick Cup

September 21st, 2016

CALLING ALL NOMADS FANS! Our Men’s 1sts are squaring off against The Beach for the first round of the McCormick Cup this weekend. The game will be televised, so a contingent of hard-cheering Nomads fans would be stellar. This will be the first time in many years our 1sts will vie for the W against The Beach, so expect a high intensity game with hearts on the line.

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September 14th, 2016

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Junior Rugby Intro Days: Two Free Tuesday Sessions for Kids Ages 6–10

September 11th, 2016
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Golf Tournament Date Changed to September 11!

August 26th, 2016

  Show off your swing at this annual event! All Nomads, their friends, family and acquaintances are invited to join us Sunday, September 11, 2016 for the Annual Ben Kippel Classic Golf Tournament. The $125 ticketincludes one round of golf, golf cart, bus to and from the golf course (to the Rose), and  dinner at The Rose. To register, e-mail Greg Lavigne.Additional Details The tournament is played in a scramble (best ball) format. Golfers of all abilities are welcome. All participants are asked to bring […]

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Juniors Report

August 18th, 2016

  Nomads Juniors 2016 summer season is winding down for all age groups. It has been another great season for both returning and new junior Nomads.   For the first time Nomads has an under 6 boys and girls group. Many thanks to Sarah and Alisdair Piercy for their initiative and devotion to our tiniest Nomads.   Our minis, Under 8’s, 10’s and 12’s have performed impressively at tournaments and house league. The amazing Leanne Stillman and her team have, […]

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Senior Men August 13 Game Recap

August 17th, 2016

Torrential rain, thunder and lightning didn’t sour the spirits of the 3rd XV at Sunnybrooke Park. Buccaneers were celebrating their 40th anniversary and club day with two hard fought wins over Saracens and were looking to make history by having a third win – Bucs rarely get three men’s sides on one day. The game was sloppy, the ball was quite slippery. At halftime, Nomads were up 12-5, courtesy of returning players Joe and Adonis. In the second half, Buc’s […]

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