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Battle of the Atlantic XIV

Battle of the Atlantic XIV had plenty of excitement and a few upsets. The upsets started with the heavyweight class when Digby's Phil Carty took out champion Mark MacPhail in 3 straight. In the Ladies' division Angela Hall was too much for Jessica King. Angela went on to win the belts in both left and right hand . In the middleweight class a missing Randy Bayers left the class wide open and Jim McGeoghegan  took advantage and won both belts. In the lightweight class Ryan Purdy held onto his right hand belt and picked up the left hand as well.
In the triple elimination there was plenty of excitement and some new challengers for the belts. Team PEI looked great as they will be taking part in 6 of the 8 belt matches in January


Nova Scotia Captures Canadian Team Title

With a 16 Gold medal performance, Nova Scotia captured the Team trophy at the 2014 Canadian Championships in Charlottetown.
Shawn Ross led the way with 3 Gold, followed by 2 Gold performances by Chris Scott, Phil Carty Gary Kell, and Mark MacPhail. Gold Medals were also won by Ben Best, Melissa Louvelle, Will Sarty,  Wayde Graves, Rob MacNamara.

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Atlantic Canadian Championships

Jeremie Hachey was the talk of the Atlantic Canadian Championships. In the left hand middleweight class he beat out perennial favourite Randy Bayers in convincing fashion. In the triple elimination tournament Randy only mustered one win against Jeremie.

In other classes Jon Thompson took the left heavyweight while Shawn Ross won the right heavyweight.  Sylvio Bourque easily won the left lightweight as did Randy Bayers with the right 198. The lighter classes saw Will Sarty take the 154 and 165 right. Jeff McBride dropped down to the 176 and won that with ease.
Jessica King crushed the competition in both the ladies right and left hand classes.

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Nova Scotia Championships

The 2014 Provincial Championships were a success with a good turnout of pullers and plenty of exciting action on the table. Triple elimination proved beneficial to some and disaster to others as fatigue wore many down.

The Bayers brothers proved yet again that they are the ones to beat winning 3 of the 4 classes they entered. Only the "Over 198lb" class proved to be their undoing as Shawn Ross took the large class and Mark MacPhail finished second

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Battle of the Atlantic XIII

The Heavyweight division  had 11 right and 9 left and had several exciting matchups along the way. Charlie McGeoghegan captured the Left hand Belt, while Mark MacPhail held onto the right. In the triple elimination Shawn Ross cruised to victory in the right and Jonathan Thompson top rolled his way to victory in the left.

The Ladies division was the biggest in 25 years with 7 women. Jessica King returned to the sport after several years off and took a first and a second. Angela Hall won the right and was second to Jessica in the left.  The ladies showed they could put on a show as well when newcomer Melissa Louvelle and Paula O'Connell battled it out in a very exciting match.


Sarty Bronze at Worlds

Will Sarty was the only Canadian to hit the podium in the last 2 days of competition, taking a Bronze in the 55kg right hand class. He also took a 7th with his left arm.
In the Masters classes Sylvio Bourque took a Silver and Bronze in the 75kg Grand Masters Left and Right hand classes respectively.

In the 110kg Masters class Wayde Graves of Bedford. finished 13th with his left hand and 23 with his right hand.

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Nov 15
Bubba Ray's Sports Bar
Halifax, NS
Jan 17
Hants County Pub
Kennetcook, NS
March 7
Nova Scotia Championships
Sackville, NS
April 11
Atlantic Canadian Championships


May 15 - 17
Canadian Championships
Vancouver, BC

Lawrencetown Exhibition
Lawrencetown, NS
New Ross Fair
New Ross, NS
Sept  5
Wharf Rat Rally
Digby, NS
Gala Days
Berwick, NS
Sept  25 - Oct 4
World Championships
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia