Enter to win! 50/50 SportSplit raffle

Looking for a bit of extra holiday shopping cash? Enter the Sport Split 50/50 fundraiser at the link below before Nov 30th and you could win it all, while supporting blind and visually impaired athletes of Nova Scotia.

Tickets star at just $5 for 3. Last month’s winner took home $3,545! Get your tickets today and be sure to select Blind Sports Nova Scotia from the “I would like to support” drop-down menu at checkout. 

Enter here! 

Good luck and thanks for your support!

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Call for Volunteers! Nov 5 & 6 Halifax

Call for volunteers! Please email BlindSportsNS@gmail.com if interested. Training, meals & snacks, provided.

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After two years off due to the pandemic, we are excited to host our 6th Nova Scotia Open Goalball Tournament on November 5 & 6 at LeMarchant – St. Thomas Elementary, 6141 Watt Street, Halifax.
We are just three weeks away from hosting this men’s tournament that will feature five Canadian teams and one American team.
We are looking for volunteer goal judges, timers and scorekeepers. Below are the volunteer shifts available. Shift 5 are the playoff games and we are looking for experienced volunteers for that shift.
Please let us know which shift(s) you would like. Shifts are available on a first come first serve basis.
2022 Nova Scotia Open Volunteer Shifts
Shift 1 – Sat, November 5 – 8:30 AM to 12:35 PM
Shift 2 – Sat, November 5 – 12:10 PM to 4:15 PM
Shift 3 – Sat, November 5 – 3:50 PM to 7:55 PM
Shift 4 – Sun, November 6 – 7:30 AM to 11:20 PM
Shift 5 – Sun, November 6 – 10:55 AM to 4:00 PM

National Coahces Week

It’s National Coaches Week and we are thanking goalball coaches Linda MacRae Triff, Peter Parsons, and all the dedicated coaches out there! We are so grateful for you and all you do for the community through sport and so much more.

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Nova Scotia Comes out on top at ON Parasport Games

Flashback Friday to last weekend and the 2022 Ontario Parasport Games! Nova Scotia was very well represented and came out on top. Here’s a recap from Peter Parsons, athlete, coach, and Blind Sports NS Chair.
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“Our Nova Scotia team with me, Mason and our 13 year old Harry beat the Ontario men’s provincial team in the gold medal in the competitive D1A. We also had Yvon as our back up player and Linda and Robyn coaching as well as Broden helping out all of our teams. Our Nova Scotia juniors with Nick, Matt, Griffin and Edward lost a close 11-8 game in the 3 vs 4 game against the team that had two men’s national team pool players on it from BC and Quebec. The NS Juniors beat them in their first game of the tournament. It was a great experience for the junior boys having some good close games in a senior men’s tournament.
We also had Samir, who is one of our players on one of our rec teams, win the gold medal in the D1B competitive division with two players from Ontario who are on our women’s national team.
In the rec division we had the Bluenosers win gold. The Bluenosers consisted of Edward, John and Alexis B. Atlantic won silver. Atlantic consisted of Ashlee, Samir, Alex (from NB!), and Linda (player/coach). The Blizzrds beat the Ontario team in the rec division in the 3 vs 4 game. The Blizzards consisted of Yvon, Alexis N, Emily and Samantha. Unfortunately, they did not give out bronze medals. The gold and silver medals they did give out were some of the nicest medals I’ve seen in a provincial or national level event.
It was a great experience for all on the court as well as making friends off the court. I’m very proud of all the players. Thanks again to our coaches Linda and Robyn. Thanks to Broden for helping out!”
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