In celebration of Canada Day, Kraft Canada and TSN today revealed the Top 10 winning communities for this years Kraft Celebration Tour(#KCT), which helps Canadians build better places to play. Each Top 10 winner receives $25,000 towards their community project, plus for the first time, a chance to take home a total of $100,000 as decided by Canadians over two days of online voting July 21-22 (see below for more details). All winners will also host a live broadcast of Canadas #1 sports news program, TSNs SPORTSCENTRE, as part of this summers cross-country tour from August 15-24. Top 10 Winners The Top 10 winning communities and Kraft Celebration Tour dates are as follows (click on each community to read more about their community project): Outdoor skating rink – Montebello, Que. – Friday, Aug. 15 Community boathouse – Nanaimo, B.C. – Saturday, Aug. 16 Youth activity centre and skate park – St. Andrews, N.B. – Sunday, Aug. 17 Barrhead Curling Club – Barrhead, Alta. – Monday, Aug. 18 Springhill Lions Park – Springhill, N.S. – Tuesday, Aug. 19 Kinsmen Water Park – Prince Albert, Sask. – Wednesday, Aug. 20 Birchwood Field – Charlottetown, P.E.I. – Thursday, Aug. 21 Holland Recreation Committee – Holland, Man. – Friday, Aug. 22 Gander Community Tennis Association – Gander , N.L.. – Saturday, Aug. 23 The Miracle League of Ottawa – Ottawa, Ont. – Sunday, Aug. 24 “Were inspired by each of these Top 10 communities and how they demonstrate their passion and commitment to building better places to play. Were very proud to partner with them to create Kraft Celebration Tour legacies that will live on forever,” said Jack Hewitt, Vice President, Consumer Insights and Portfolio Marketing, Kraft Canada. “We cant wait to hit the road with TSN – from Gander to Nanaimo – to celebrate with the Top 10 by raising a cup of Maxwell House and letting our fun out with KD.” “The Kraft Celebration Tour is a tremendous source of pride for all of us at TSN. As Canadas Sports Leader we are devoted to bringing sports to Canadians, and there is nothing quite as rewarding than partnering with Kraft Canada to encourage active living,” said Stewart Johnston, President of TSN. “For the sixth summer in a row, we look forward to having SPORTSCENTRE hit the road and uniting Darren, Jennifer, Kate, and Nabil with TSN fans across Canada.” Leading the on-the-road SPORTSCENTRE editions on the West side are anchors Darren Dutchyshen and Kate Beirness. The Eastern leg of the Kraft Celebration Tour is led by anchors Jennifer Hedger and Nabil Karim, the Toursnewest recruit. RDS joins the Kraft Celebration Tour festivities in Québec, with Luc Bellemare, Michel Laprise and Geneviève Langlois hosting a live broadcast of SPORTS 30 LE MAGAZINE from Montebello, Que. Whats Next The Top 10 winning communities will go head-to-head in an online voting battle to determine which community will win the grand prize of $100,000 in total On July 21 and July 22, its up to Canada to decide the grand prize winner by casting a vote on kraftcelebrationtour.ca The grand prize winner will be announced on SPORTSCENTRE on August 25 – the day after the final Kraft Celebration Tour stop Custom Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys
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"For them to come up and make a huge play at the end to win it and not put it all on the offence to make the play was great." But LeFevours departure was as big as Walls interception. LeFevour pulled Hamilton to within 20-17 just 16 seconds into the fourth with a 21-yard TD strike to Bakari Grant. But he suffered a suspected left knee injury while scrambling and it was Masoli who came on after Rene Paredes 38-yard field goal at 5:11 boosted Calgarys lead to 23-17. Justin Medlocks 32-yard field goal at 9:11 made it a three-point game. LeFevour finished 21-of-30 passing for 282 yards and two TDs while adding 42 yards rushing. Masoli completed 7-of-10 attempts for 68 yards with the costly interception. "Obviously the game shifted when they had to make a quarterback change," Calgary head coach/GM John Hufnagel said. "I dont have an official update (on LeFevour) so I dont want to speculate," Ticats head coach/GM Kent Austin said. "It doesnt look good but well see. "The guys are frustrated. They play hard but weve got to play clean especially early in the game. Were digging too big of holes right now that were trying to overcome. Were not a good enough football team to overcome a deficit like that right now." Mitchell was a workmanlike 19-of-27 passing for 271 yards while adding 33 yards rushing on four carries. But the units workhorse was Hugh Charles, who ran for 102 yards on 14 carries in his first start with Calgary. Charles is the Stamps fifth different tailback this season after injuries to Canadians Jon Cornish and Matt Walter and internationals Jock Sanders and Martell Mallett. "Man, I love watching him play," Mitchell said of Charles. "Hughs one of those guys when he sees it he hits it running and hes fast. "He was a huge factor in the win." Calgary (6-1) moved into a tie with the Edmonton Eskimos (6-1) atop thee West Division on a wet, blustery afternoon.dddddddddddd Hamilton (1-6) suffered its third straight loss and dropped to 0-6 versus West Division teams. Its lone victory was a 33-23 home decision over Ottawa on July 26. After the game, Hamiltons dressing room door stayed closed longer than normal because of a players/coaches meeting. The Ticats are off until Sept. 1 when they host arch-rival Toronto at Tim Hortons Field and defensive lineman Brian Bulcke said the theme of the meeting was very simple. "No eyes down," he said. "Everyone is looking to come back after the bye week and its a brand new season for us coming into Tim Hortons Field and were going to act like it. "Conditioning and mental discipline, those two things will be corrected." Bulcke said losing LeFevour is a huge setback but something the youthful Ticats can rally around and learn from. "That was brutal," he said. "But were a young team so adversity is great for us." Jeff Fuller had Calgarys other touchdown. Paredes booted the converts and three field goals. Erik Harris scored Hamiltons other touchdown. Medlock kicked the converts and two field goals. Mitchell wasted little time staking Calgary to a 17-7 half-time lead, hitting Fuller on a six-yard TD strike at 11:50 of the second after a 74-yard completion to West put the Stampeders at the Hamilton six-yard line. It came after Medlock missed from 47 yards kicking into a brisk wind that the visitors took out to their 30-yard line. It was a wide-open first half, with both offences moving the ball, combining for 506 total yards (263 for Calgary, 243 for Hamilton). Mitchell was 14-of-19 passing for 202 yards and a TD while LeFevour finished 14-of-21 for 194 yards with a touchdown and interceptions. Mitchell opened the scoring with a 14-yard TD run at 8:02 of the first to cap a smart 11-play, 93-yards on Calgarys first possession. LeFevour countered with a 55-yard touchdown pass to Harris, a linebacker, at 9:57 before Paredes booted a 19-yard field goal the second time the Stampeders had the ball. NOTES — Harris also had an interception and sack for Hamilton . . . 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