Sunday December 21 2014

The Laval News, Laval's English newspaper since 1993 - Journal anglais à Laval depuis 1993.
  •  More than 200 dedicated young sports enthusiasts from Laval were presented awards medallions and the acknowledgement of their athletic excellence from the city during Laval’s semi-annual Mérite sportif which took place at the Marcellin-Champagnat Theatre at Collège Laval in St-Vincent-de-Paul on Nov. 27.

  •  Among the 41 young athletes whose names were announced last week as winners of the Quebec Foundation for Athletic Excellence’s 2014 bursaries was Joëlle Numainville, a young Laval

  • For the Chomedey U9-FA girls soccer team, the last two seasons have seen them finishing in first place in their division twice.

  • Busque, who made her debut for senior national team in 2013, will bring the speed and the character Comets this year. The 2013 W-League All-Western Conference selection can play in the middle or outside and will be a constant threat to opposing defenders.

  • Laval residents who are fans of soccer – especially Italian football – got a rare chance to meet one of Italy’s greatest living players last week when former AC Milan and Italian national team defenseman Gennaro Gattuso paid a visit to Laval City Hall.

  • Officials at Centre du Sablon, the leading community centre for fitness and leisure activities in Chomedey, are thinking of expanding their existing recreational soccer program with a new program for those who might want their children to take part in soccer more competitively.

  • Congratulations to the U-11F-AA Chomedey Blizzards in winning Gold in the 2014 ARS LAVAL NATIONAL Tournament held at the Bois-de-Boulogne Soccer Complex Feb. 14th-16th.

  • A total of 89 medals were awarded by the city during the 50th edition of Sports Merit Laval on November 21st. Held at the Marcellin-Champagnat Theater this year, the occasion serves as a tribute to local athletes, coaches and officials.

  • When soccer fans across Canada voted over the past year for the minor league soccer team they thought worked hardest not only at the sport but also for a bigger cause, their number one choice was a team of 10-year-old girls from Laval’s Vimont district.

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