Townie Sports


Another year of junior roller hockey is here and the Cookie Jar Junior Roller Hockey Tourney is coming on July 28. Please reserve your spot sooner than later so organizers can order shirts and food. The kids had a great time last year and this is becoming a great summer tradition in Charlestown. Spread the word and plan for a great weekend. Players 17 and under will be broken down into their respective divisions depending on how many teams sign up.
For more information, e-mail [email protected]


  • 11 year olds get bye in Mayor’s Cup playoffs!

The team automatically advanced to the semifinals at 9 a.m. next Sunday, July 22, at Parkway (Praught Field).
They will play the winner of the South Boston vs Parkway 1 game, which will be played on Saturday, July 21, 11:30 a.m. (Parkway, Bunker field).
•12 year old Mayor’s Cup goes 2-0 this weekend.
The team beat Regan 6-2 July 14 and then beat Dorchester 1 in a come-from-behind 6-5 win July 15. They face the North End in the single elimination playoffs next Saturday, July 21, at 2 p.m. at Parkway (Praught Field).

  • 9-year-olds finish 2nd place in Mayor’s Cup
    The team faced a tough defensive team in the South End Astros and came up short today, losing 12-4. They held their heads high and were proud to be runners-up.
  • The 10 year olds were knocked out of the Mayors Cup, losing 12-5 to Allston-Brighton. They fought hard and were great sports, still smiling after the game.


Proving that Charlestown is more than just a hockey community, Arlington Catholic standout hurler Jason Smith is opening eyes with his dazzling knuckleball at the prestigious Bay State Games; and college players Patrick Kelly (St. Joseph College ME) and Danny Settipani (Newbury College) are competing in the Tom Yawkey Baseball League, Kelly for the Brighton Black Sox and Settipani for the Charlestown Townies.


Buy some new laces and freshen up those in-line wheels, as the Kitchen Kup is just around the corner next month at Eden Street Park.

Founder Joe Brennan is already hard at work planning the details and making sure everything is just right. Stay tuned…

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