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Know a great team? Nominate them for the Rastall Team of the Month and a chance to be featured on CTVNewsNorthernOntario.ca

We are looking for all types of teams. It can be a sports team, dance team, etc ... with participants of any age.

Once a month a team will be selected and CTV will go out to a team practice to meet and interview coaches, team members, parents, etc ...

The team will be featured on the CTV News at 6 broadcast and online on the last friday of every month from October to March.

Nomination form is below.

The Kirkland Lake Blue Devils U13 rep hockey team is the Rastall Team of the Month for February. Watch their story of perseverence above.

Kirkland Lake Blue Devils U13 hockey team. Feb. 20/24 (Lydia Chubak/CTV Northern Ontario)

The Rastall Team of the Month for January is the Winters U18 curling team from North Bay.

Winters U18 curling team from North Bay (Supplied)

The Rastall Team of the Month for December is the Greater Sudbury Soccer Club U16 Boys Impact Team. Watch their video feature above.

Team of the Month: Impact U16 Sudbury boys soccer team players are from Sudbury, Kenya, Nigeria, Spain, Peru and elsewhere. (Greater Sudbury Soccer Club)

The Rastall Team of the Month for November is École secondaire catholique Thériault's cross-country team. Watch their video feature above.

Ecole secondaire catholique Thériault cross-country team is the Rastall Team of the Month for November 2023. (Supplied)

The first Rastall Team of the Month is the Happiness is Dancing competitive team from Sudbury. Watch their video feature above.

Happiness is Dancing competitive dance group from Sudbury is the first Rastall Team of the Month for October 2023. (CTV Northern Ontario)

 

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