A pair of local teams have games in the Nova Scotia Soccer League.
Highland FC hosts Cape Breton in U13AA girls action in Antigonish.
The teams are at the bottom of the standings in the six-team division- Highland FC (2-9-3) is fifth with nine points, 10 points back of Halifax City for fourth, while winless Cape Breton (0-14-0) is last.
Highland FC has won the first two league games in the three-game season series between the teams.
Highland FC hosts United DFC in the U15AA girls division in Stellarton.
Highland FC (5-4-4) is fifth in the six-team division with 19 points, three points behind Valley United for fifth, and 18 points ahead of last-place Halifax Co.; United DFC (9-3-2) is in top spot with 29 points.
The teams have split the first two league games in the three-game season series.
Both games get underway at 6:30 p.m.
Local athletes are taking part in the 2018 Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Summer Games in Eskasoni.
The games got underway Aug. 19; they wrap up Aug. 26.
We’koqma’q takes on the Cape Breton Bears in bantam softball at 7 p.m., and Potlotek plays We’koqma’q in peewee softball at 9 p.m.
We’koqma’q meets Membertou in female midget volleyball at 4 p.m.; Potlotek plays the Acers in the women’s division at 7 p.m.
Two Paq’tnkek golfers have already earned medals- Randy Bernard and Earl Lafford won silver in the men’s “A” division golf doubles event Sunday.