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September 8, 2016 12:00 AM

Reapers start playoffs
The Lloydminster Reapers playoffs begin at home, as the rugby club welcomes the Edmonton Clansmen to the Servus Sports Centre field on Saturday.
Since joining the Edmonton Rugby Union in 2015, the Reapers have finished in the top four in the standings, earning themselves a home playoff game, however, due to scheduling, they had to play last year’s playoff game on the road.
Game time is set for 2 p.m.

Bandits open main camp
The Lloydminster Classic Oilfield Bandits will get back on the ice this weekend as they hold their main tryout camp from Friday until Sunday.
Lloydminster finished in eighth place in the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL) last season with a 13-20-2-1 record and were eliminated in the first round of playoffs in four straight games by the Wainwright Bisons.
Over the off-season, the team departed with head coach Adam Andrew, replacing him with former midget AAA Bobcats assistant coach Brad Cruickshank, who was part of the coaching group that took the midget Bobcats to the Telus Cup.
Lloydminster’s season will start on Sept. 30 when they travel to Cold Lake.
They will open at home on Oct. 8 against the Wainwright Bisons at the Civic Centre.

Lloydminster football
win on road
The Lloydminster Comp Barons football team travelled to Wainwright last Friday to take on the Commandos, where they earned their first victory of the Wheatland Football League season with a 23-12 decision.
The Barons will head to Raymond for an exhibition game on Friday.
Last Saturday, the Lloydminster Mustangs bantam football team was also in Wainwright and earned their first victory of the season, winning 81-0.
They will head to St. Paul on Saturday for their second game of the season.

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