The Swift Current Curling Club hosted some of the world's top men's curling teams during the IG Wealth Management Western Showdown, Oct. 8-11.
Our fall sports are starting to wind down. Plans are in place for SWAC playoffs for juniors and SHSAA playoffs for seniors. Most league competitions will be completed in the next two weeks.
The Sr. Colts keep on rolling with another tournament win this past weekend in Prince Albert to make it 4 straight tournament wins. The Colts were at the sixteen-team tournament in Carlton.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they have acquired 2003-born defenceman Kayden Sadhra-Kang from the Lethbridge Hurricanes in exchange for a conditional sixth-round pick in the 2023 WHL Prospects Draft.
On October 8-11, the IG Wealth Management Western Showdown will be the showcase event for the unveiling of SaskTel Curing Stadium Swift Current as 24 of curling's best teams will compete.
The operation of a hockey team during a global pandemic comes with a lot of uncertainty and challenges, but Swift Current Broncos Board Chair Trent McCleary sounded optimistic when he spoke to media after the organization’s annual general meeting, Sept. 28.
The 2021 Canadian Cowboys Association (CCA) Finals Rodeo took place at Kinetic Park in Swift Current, Sept. 24-26.
The Sr. Colts volleyball team travelled to Meadow Lake this past weekend and attended the 12 team Northern Classic tournament. In pool play the Colts lost their opening match to Lloydminister Comp in three sets but bounced back with wins over P.A. Carlton and P.A, St. Mary JV to end up seco…
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they have hired Matt Keillor as an assistant coach following the resignation of Scott Dutertre.
With our fall school sport programs up and running, the energy and joy of sport was evident on the football fields, volleyball courts, soccer pitches, cross country trails and golf courses as practices were in full swing. It was a very exciting past weekend as our SWAC teams were able to tra…
The Swift Current Broncos will be hosting their annual general meeting in the upstairs auditorium of the Innovation Credit Union iPlex on Tuesday, September 28th, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
In late June David Rogers, head coach of the Melfort Comets, contacted us about having a two-hour joint practice/controlled scrimmage at Mosaic Stadium in Regina on September 3. We jumped at the chance to have a tune up/practice game against a seasoned 9-man program like David has in Melfort.
I am so pleased to confirm that Chinook School Division has given the go ahead to start SWAC's fall school sport activities. Practices for football started a couple weeks ago, and volleyball, soccer, cross country, and golf all could start to practice on September 1st.
The newly formed Swift Current Cricket Association is pleased to announce their ‘Exhibition Kick-off and Player Recruitment Day’ which will take place Saturday, July 24th starting at 4 p.m.
The Swift Current Trap Club (SCTC) hosted the Saskatchewan Amateur Trap Shooting Association (SATA) provincial championship, July 7-11.
The Canadian Cowboys Association (CCA) Event Finals Committee is excited to announce Robertson Implements in partnership with New Holland Agriculture as the presenting sponsor for the 2021 CCA Event Finals Rodeo.
The Lethbridge College men’s volleyball program is excited to announce the commitment of Shaye Wall for the 2021-22 season. Wall joins the Kodiaks from Swift Current, where he was a three-year member of the Swift Current Composite Colts, as well as the Jr. Sundogs club system.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they will kick off the 2021-22 WHL Regular Season October 1 when the Medicine Hat Tigers visit the Innovation Credit Union iPlex. The Broncos will then travel to Medicine Hat to wrap up the home-and-home series on October 2.
The City of Swift Current and Tennis Saskatchewan have partnered to host four tennis clinics this summer – a great opportunity for community members to learn and improve their tennis skills! These free clinics will be held on Tuesdays from July 13th to August 3rd at the North Tennis Courts a…
Following the results of the 2021 WHL Prospects Draft Lottery Wednesday morning, the Swift Current Broncos hold the sixth and seventh overall selections in December’s WHL Prospects Draft.
Seven competitors from Swift Current Christian Taekwondo earned first, second and third-place recognition thanks to outstanding performances at the Alberta Open Online Taekwondo Tournament.
The Canadian Cowboys Association (CCA) Event Finals Committee is excited to announce the 2021 CCA Event Finals Rodeo dates of September 24 - 26.
Swift Current's Riverside and Westside courts are now open for the season.This year you will find specific guidelines and regulations to help keep you safe and prevent the spread of Covid -19. In order to keep the courts open, we asked that all patrons follow the guidelines posted at the cou…
A powerlifting journey with many memorable moments and achievements is coming to an end for Swift Current powerlifter Wayne Cormier, who has decided to finally retire from the sport after five decades.
As a sport with ‘social distancing’ a natural part of the game, golf provided a great reprieve last summer for individuals and families looking for recreational and social opportunities within the safety guidelines implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Western Hockey League announced today it has been granted approval by public health officials from the Government of Saskatchewan to play in a Hub Center located in Regina, which will allow the WHL’s Saskatchewan and Manitoba based teams in the East Division to open their season on Frid…
Twelve former players of the Swift Current Broncos organization officially kicked off their 2020-21 season with the opening of NHL training camps today.
The Swift Current Broncos announced today they will be making a donation to the Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre following the sale of t-shirts during the T’s For Toys initiative.
The Swift Current Fencing Club brought home an impressive line-up of awards at the Saskatchewan Fencing Association Virtual Awards Night, held on December 5.
Follow all the happenings in SWAC sports on our social media platforms: SWACSports Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We love the ‘likes’ and shares. You’ll find pictures from our various competitions on these sites.
The Swift Current 57’s Baseball Organization’s is excited to announce Jonas Lovin as the new Head Coach and General Manager of the Ball Club effective immediately. Lovin replaces Joe Carnahan who informed 57’s President Brad Woods that he will not be continuing as head coach and general mana…
As we start competitions in SWAC, there will be strict limits on spectators at events. There are no spectators for indoor events (volleyball). Only teams, officials and volunteers are allowed in the schools. For outdoor events (football/soccer), schools are limited to 30 spectators. Plea…
Innovation Credit Union is thrilled to announce they will become the new title sponsor of the Swift Current U18 Female AAA Wildcats. Innovation takes over the sponsorship from Diamond Energy Services after an impressive 14 years of Diamond Energy Services being the team’s title sponsor.
On April 11, 2020, the sudden and tragic loss of Colby Cave, a beloved member of the hockey community, thoroughly impacted the people and communities that were so fortunate to have encountered Colby. His contributions to all of the communities he had immersed himself in throughout his life w…
The partnership between the City of Swift Current and the Elmwood Golf Club is set to be strengthened as a result of a decision at a council meeting.
Swift Current powerlifter Wayne Cormier lifted his way to four gold medals at the Global Powerlifting Committee (GPC) national championships and qualified for the upcoming world championships in Regina.