Sports in short: June 18
The Belleville Bulldogs senior women's team improved its spotless record to 4-0 in the Toronto Rugby Union's East Division with a 52-28 win over the Oshawa Vikings last weekend at MAS Park.
Canadian international Cindy Nelles touched down four tries for Belleville while Emily Merilainen, Jess Hercus, Lauryn Bons and Taryn McLachlan chipped in with solo tries. Lauren McGilvray put the toe to five converts; Nelles slotted one.
ON DECK: Saturday at Cobourg, 12 p.m.
• Bulldogs men
The Bulldogs senior men's side dropped a 43-33 decision to the Vaughan Yeomen Saturday in Toronto where the locals fell to 1-2 in the TRU Men's A Division. Vaughan improved to 3-1.
In the Second Team curtain-raiser, Vaughan beat Belleville 40-14.
ON DECK: Saturday vs. Toronto Bay Street Pigs, 1:30 p.m. (men II) and 3 p.m. (men I) at MAS Park.
• Bulldogs Old Boys
The over-35 Bulldogs Old Boys tamed the Kingston Old Panthers 60-5 on the weekend at MAS Park, getting tries from Billy Thompson (4), Man of the Match Steve Alexander (3), Tom Tucesku, Taugen Christie, Terry Looker, Mike Wazowski and Geoff Slimmon. Bulldogs Old Boys remain undefeated at 3-0-1.
ON DECK: Saturday, July 7 at Kingston, TBA.
The SWE Autoglass Chargers march into the Belleville Minor Football League's championship weekend with a perfect 8-0 regular-season record following a 54-6 Week 7 win over the McConnell Funeral Home Centre Hastings Centurions at Paul Paddon Field at Quinte Secondary School.
Mason Duvall rushed for three touchdowns — his 25th, 26th and 27th of the season — while Brayden Sicotte picked up a pair of majors on the ground. Jonah Nuttly ran in a TD while Luke Wilkes accepted a Nathan Percy pass for six points. Joe Kitchener was good on six two-point convert attempts. On D, Nathan Graves, Peter Holt and Dustin Young all had INTs for the undefeated Chargers.
The Chargers will finish first in the final BMFL standings and have clinched a berth in the A Final for the Pat Carty Memorial Bowl against either the Woodbeck Auto Parts/Need A Hero Comics Bayside Red Devils (6-1) or Centre Hastings (6-1).
Meanwhile, at the bottom of the pile, three teams wound up with 1-7 records — the Trenton Kiwanis Tigers, The Iron King Ltd. Loyalist Mavericks and the Jonathan Wright/Sunlife Financial Advisor Defenders. The Mavs and Defenders won the tiebreaker to finish in the final two playoff spots.
The Trent Hills Titans (4-3) and No Limits Youth Organization Saints (3-3-1) each have a game remaining.
ON DECK: Week 8 — Tuesday at MAS 2: Titans vs. Saints, 6 p.m.; Red Devils vs. Centurions, 7:30 p.m.; Championship Day Saturday at MAS 2 with games at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. — First vs. Second; Third vs. Fourth; Fifth vs. Sixth; Seventh vs. Eighth.
MEN'S BALL HOCKEY
Results from the Coors Light men's ball hockey league:
• Moira River Monsters 4, Investment Guy 0
MRM goals: James Flemming, Devin McCann, Peter Pope, Ryan Sizer. Shutout: Matt Loveys.
• County Kings 6, Crossfit Stratos 4
CK goals: Eric Hayes, Liam Hayes, Tyler Phillip, Alex Ward, Andrew Ward, Scott McQuaid; CS goals: Rob MacDonald 3, Brad Foote.
• Janbar Electric 4, Marco At Bayview Auto 4
JE goals: Jesse Bannister 2, Tyler Cassibo, Cody Robinson; MABA goals: Ray Legault, Riley Muise, Mike Roy, Jesse Donald.
Beatty Seeds blanked Duvall and Clark 4-0 in a recent Belleville Senior Men's Fastball League game at Ameliasburg. Jonathan Lamorre tossed a 10-K shutout while Richard Cribett took the loss, allowing four hits while fanning a pair. Jacob Ethier had two singles for D and C; Owen Hayes notched a double.
ON DECK: Thursday — Danford Contracting vs. Haight's Carpentry, 7 p.m. at the Alemite; Beatty Seeds vs. Duvall and Clark, 8:30 p.m. at the Alemite; Master Bedroom vs. Terra Vista, 7 p.m. at Ameliasburg; Comfort Zone Experts vs. Warren's Excavating, 8:30 p.m. at Ameliasburg.