The 2019 edition of the Tony Cote First Nations Summer Games have come to a close.

Team Woodland’s contingent was the overall points winner with 62. BATC was not far off the pace with 58 points, while MLTC rounded out the top three with 57 points.

Team Woodland’s strongest event was athletics, with 12 points earned. Beach volleyball, canoeing and golf also proved to be strong sports for Team Woodland.

Meantime, BATC earned the Tony Cote Award, which goes to the most improved team.

The games were hosted this year by the Flying Dust First Nation.(PHOTO: Team Woodland. Photo courtesy of Loretta Ballantyne, Facebook.)