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Destination, Fri/sat/sun -- Your Guide To The Best Of Sports This Weekend

October 21, 2005|By PETER BLAIR


Amateur Fight Night

Where -- Warehouse Sports Bar & Lounge, 2930 Washington Blvd., Baltimore

When -- Tonight, 8

What now? -- Baltimore middleweights Jesse Niklow and Davon Gross meet in the main event of a 12-bout card. Tickets are $25. For information, call the Brooklyn Boxing Club at 410-354-9360. If the return of the NHL hasn't satisfied your appetite for fighting, maybe this amateur event is the perfect cure.


CFC Fence-a-thon 6

Where -- Ridgely Middle School, 121 Ridgely Road, Lutherville

When -- Tonight, 9

What now? -- The Chesapeake Fencing Club and the House of Mercy sponsor the charitable 12-hour, all-night festival. Fencers of all ages and abilities are welcome. In addition to hundreds of faceoffs, there will be entertainment, refreshments and door prizes. Registration begins at 7 p.m., and the cost is $25 per person. For details, call 410-532-7445. It has exactly what those old-fashioned dance-a-thons were missing - epees and foils.

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Walk for Diabetes

Where -- M&T Bank Stadium

When -- Tomorrow, 9 a.m. (check-in at 8 a.m.)

What now? -- If you're still standing after fencing all night, or even if you went to bed early, the American Diabetes Association sponsors a 5K walk that begins and ends at Stadium Lot C. Afterward, there's a Health and Fitness Festival. Registration is free but required - call 888-DIABETES, ext. 4670, or visit the Web site. Best of all, free parking is available at Lot B. Any time you can park at the stadium for free, you should take advantage.

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Where -- MCI Center, Washington

When -- Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

What now? -- Washington's Southeast Division showdown with Carolina is the Capitals' last home game before they go on the road for four straight. If you were counting on seeing the game end in a shootout, Washington will have to pick up its scoring, because entering last night, the Capitals had allowed more goals than any team in the league. Tickets start as low as $10 and are available on the team's Web site.

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Pro football


Where -- FedEx Field, Landover

When -- Sunday, 1 p.m.

What now? -- Former Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Nolan brings his 49ers to Washington. Tickets were available all over the Internet yesterday. At, tickets started at $102. At, they were going for as little as $114. And on eBay, a pair of club seats sold for as much as $450. Factor in parking and transportation and that $10 Capitals game is starting to sound better and better.

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