Stay tuned for details!
The Town of Deer Lake has been named Host for the 2018 NLGames next winter.
Plans are well underway to establish dates, confirm participating sports, and prepare facilities to host some 1400 athletes, coaches and managers for an exciting week of competition.
Details and contact information available at the following link:
The Provincial Government is inviting bids from interested communities for hosting of the next 4 NLGames, namely 2018 Winter, 2020 Summer, 2022 Winter and 2024 Summer.
The Pep Rally in Parson's Field following the relay will be your opportunity to meet the athletes of the Host Team, and catch a glimpse of the Games Cauldron as it is unveiled!
Also note that competition schedules are complete and can be found at nlgames.ca/schedule. The Host will be posting a consolidated schedule including up-to-the-minute results of all competition to the front page of their website at nlgamescbs2016.com.
nlgames.ca/athletes.All participants should check out the Host Participant Handbook which has everything you need to know about your upcoming visit to CBS. Please read it from cover to cover for the lowdown on what to bring, where you'll be sleeping and eating, entertainment, contests and much more!
CLICK HERE to submit your entry.
Enter the "Name Our Whale Mascot Contest" for a chance to win $250 in gift cards plus of course the honor of naming the whale!!
CLICK HERE to view the job posting.
We look forward to an equally impressive event at the upcoming 2016 NL Summer Games in CBS.
Thanks so much to the Host Committee, 500 volunteers, 1300 participants and 100 Officials. And congratulations to Western Region on winning the Premier's Cup for most points accumulated, and the Host Region Clarenville on winning both the SportNL Cup for most improved region, and the Lieutenant Governor's Award for the region best demonstrating overall spirit of friendly competition and sportsmanship.
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