Sports in the Glens
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Today's scheduled OVFL Wildcats football game against the Limestone Grenadiers, originally booked for Joe St Denis Field in Cornwall, has been bumped to the field at CCVS. The city closed the Joe St Denis Field, following the heavy rain in recent days. Word has it that the Wildcats have ensured the CCVS field will be cut and lined in preparation for the provincial league gridiron battle. The Cats enter the contest with a 1-2 record and are led by Summerstown quarterback Jeremy Pike.
Opening kickoff is set for 4pm.
"Due to the excessive rainfall and wet field conditions, the Gerald MacDonald tournament for this season has unfortunately been cancelled," reports GSL secretary Stephanie Van Loon. The U* and U10 tournament had been scheduled to be played last night in various locations and today in Maxville.
The senior division tournament, which was booked for the May long weekend, was also cancelled due to field conditions.