More Too Much for Cathedral

The St. Thomas More Knights defeated the Cathedral Gaels 42-0 on the turf at the downtown school Friday afternoon in HWCDSB senior boys football. Here’s a look at the action. – Barry Gray

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Kilty Bees vs. Fort Erie

The Hamilton Kilty Bees are off to a strong start in their GOJHL season, going 7-1 over their first 8 games. Thursday, they squared off against the Fort Erie Meteors at Dave Andreychuk Arena. Here’s a few from the game. – Barry Gray

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Mac Tops Queens In Rare Friday Game

The McMaster Marauders took to the field Friday morning at Ron Joyce Stadium for a rare weekday game against Queen’s, in front of hundreds of elementary school kids who got a chance to catch the action. Mac defeated the Gaels 27-24. Here’s a look at the action. – Barry Gray

 

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Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride

188 local riders took part in the 2nd Annual Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride Sunday. The ride is a fundraiser for Prostrate Cancer and mens mental health raising over $80,000.00 locally and counting. Worldwide over 120,000 distinguished gentlefolk in over 650 cities donned their cravats, tussle their ties, press their tweed, and sat astride their classic and vintage styled motorcycles to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men’s mental health. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in Sydney, Australia by Mark Hawwa. It was inspired by a photo of Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. Local riders are seen here at one of the stops on the ride at Detour Coffee Shop in Dundas. In this photo Jeff Campagna and Tania LaCaria owners of Steeltown Garage Co. and organizers of the local ride arrive in Dundas. 

Rob Onaville carries his top hat behind him as he arrives at Detour Cafe.

John Boasman sporting distinguished shorts arrives in Dundas on his custom CX500.

Tim Quinlan speeds passed on his Triumph.

Steve and Wendy Gibbons in their Ural Gear Up motorcycle and side car.

Prostrate cancer survivor Norm Gibbons gets a lift from his grandson Spencer Gibbons in the sidecar of Spencer’s 2008 Ural Patrol during the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride a fundraiser for Prostrate Cancer and mens mental health. As a cancer survivor Norm now volunteers his time helping other cancer patients at the Juravinski Hospital. The 86 year old was clearing having a blast Sunday helping raising money for the cause. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Tiger Cats over Lions 40-10.

Jeremiah Masoli in action.

Luke Taskers scores the Cats first touchdown during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field.

Luke Taskers celebrates his teams first touch down of the game.

John WhiteIV carries the ball Saturday in the teams 40-10 win over the BC Lions.

Brandon Banks during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field.

Fans in the stands.

Brandon Banks keeps the ball out of reach during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field.

 

Mike Daly celebrates as he carries the ball into the end zone for a touchdown during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field.

Jay Langa celebrates Daly’s touchdown during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions .

Tiger Cats quarter back Jeremiah Masoli throws the ball during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field.

Fans in the stands.

Tiger Cats owner Bob Young signs a jersey for a young fan at Saturday’s game against the Lions .

Game action.

John White IV in action during the Tiger Cats 40-10 win over the BC Lions at Tim Horton’s Field

John White IV is tackled.

Defensive action.

Fans in the Stands.

Masoli in action .

Tiger Cat fans in the stands. All photos by Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

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