Playoffs are in full swing in most sports in Hamilton now, and girls basketball is no exception. Waterdown hosted the seniors from Ancaster in a quarter final game, and dominated the game, winning 59-15. Here’s a look at the action. – Barry Gray
Brandon Banks moves down the sidelines with the ball in 1st half action with Montreal Friday night at Tim Horton’s Stadium.
Quarter back Jeremiah Masoli is nabbed by the Montreal defence in 1st half action with Montreal .
Luke Tasker celebrates his touchdown in 1st half.
Luke Tasker seen here tying the single season receiving record at 101 receptions this season. Tasker went on to set a new record before the end of the 1st half in action with Montreal Friday night at Tim Horton’s Stadium.
Fans in the stand for the last game of the year.
Jalen Saunders gets mobbed by the Alouette’s defence.
Tiger Cats Davon Coleman and Nikita Whitlock tackle Montreal ball carrier Brandon Rutley.
Courtney Stephen is tackled by Montreal’s B.J. Cunningham.
Hamilton Tiger Cats Jeremiah Masoli carries the ball into the end zone for a 4th quarter touchdown.
Loyal Tiger Cats fans were in the stands at the teams final game Friday night at Tim Hortons Field.
Alex Green squeezes through the Alouette’s defence during 3rd quarter action at Tim Hortons Field .
Alex Green carries the ball in the 3rd quarter with Montreal’s defence in hot pursuit .
Jalen Saunders signs a football for a fan following the game Friday night. The Cats beat the Alouettes 33-0 in their final game of the season at Tim Hortons Field.
Brandon Banks reaching up to say goodbye to fans.
Tiger Cats say goodbye to their loyal fans for another year as they leave the field following their final game of the season at Tim Hortons Field . Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator
Colonel Chris Hadfield receives Leonard Birchall Leadership Award at the Warplane Heritage Museum Saturday night.
Co.l Chris Hadfield speaks to the crowd after receiving the Leonard Birchall Leadership Award Saturday night. The gala dinner and award ceremony was hosted by the Royal Military Colleges Club and held at the War Plane Heritage Museum.
Drummers from the Royal Military College perform Saturday night during the Leonard Birchall Leadership Award Gala.
Air Cadets Mitchell Dalton, 700 David Hornell V.C. Squadron, left and Louis Yves Breithaupt 540 Golden Hawks Oakville Squadron, right were lucky to have Col. Chris Hadfield sign their copies of his book Saturday night at the Birchall Leadership Award 2017. The gala dinner and award ceremony was hosted by the Royal Military Colleges Club and held at the War Plane Heritage Museum. Breithaupt received the award for top Air Cadet in Ontario earlier in the day.
Colonel Chris Hadfield’s was the man of the hour and the subject of many cell phone photos Saturday night.
Colonel Chris Hadfield’s speaks as the plane Leonard Birchall flew in W.W. II – the Canso or the Catalina- looms large in the background at the Warplane Heritage Museum.
Canadian tenor John McDermott performed Saturday night at the 2017 Birchall Leadership Award.
Colonel Chris Hadfield and the president and chief executive officer of the Warplane Heritage Museum, David Rohrer.
Lots of photos.
Colonel Chris Hadfield speaks with students from Ridley College.
Colonel Chris Hadfield jokes around with master of ceremonies Peter Mansbridge.
Colonel Chris Hadfield’s parents Roger and Eleanor attended the Leonard Birchall Leadership Award Gala Saturday night to see their son receive the prestigious award.
Col. Chris Hadfield and his brother Dave.
The Canso air crew – left to right – Rod Hornell , Ethen Williams, Bob Patullo, Richard Moos and Braeden McCall with the planes signed fuse box cover at the Birchall Leadership Award ceremony. Leonard Birchall – for whom the award is named- flew the Canso during W.W.II. The Canso, also known as the Catalina in the U.S., was a flying boat, and later an amphibious aircraft of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Consolidated Aircraft.
After receiving the Leonard Birchall Leadership Award Saturday night Col. Chris Hadfield was clearly in his element as he played two of his favourite Gordon Lightfoot songs. The gala dinner and award ceremony was hosted by the Royal Military Colleges Club and held at the War Plane Heritage Museum. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator