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Meeks named Most Outstanding in Currie Division

Even after capping a stellar season with a championship, the accolades keep on coming for Brady Meeks.

The Muskie quarterback was named the Currie Division's ('A') Bomber Alumni Most Outstanding Player (MOP) and was honoured at the WHSFL's annual awards banquet on Thursday in Winnipeg.

“It was a true honour to receive the MOP award last night,” Meeks told the Times on Friday.

Meeks named Currie Division's MOP

Even after capping a stellar season with a championship, the accolades keep on coming for Brady Meeks.

The Muskie quarterback was named the Currie Division's ('A') Bomber Alumni Most Outstanding Player (MOP) and was honoured at the WHSFL's annual awards banquet on Thursday in Winnipeg.

“It was a true honour to receive the MOP award last night,” Meeks told the Times on Friday.

Booth captures Manitoba 'D' squash title

Ryley Booth of the Sunset Country Squash Club had a weekend to remember at the Winnipeg Squash Racquet Club's Classic tournament.

Competing in both the men's 'D' division and junior U17, Booth had a very successful weekend of squash as he captured the 'D' title.

“A very tiring weekend with a total of eight matches over two-and-a-half days,” said club member Bob Tkachuk.

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The WHSFL awards banquet was held on Thursday night in Winnipeg where Muskie quarterback Brady Meeks was awarded the Bomber Alumni Most Outstanding Player in Currie Division ('A').

With that award comes a $1,000 scholarship that Meeks will receive upon registration at a post-secondary school next fall.