Host Manitoba and Nova Scotia both scored big upset wins over Québec and Ontario respectively to turn the 21U Women’s Invitational in Stonewall, Manitoba into anyone's event with the final day of round-robin competition coming on Saturday.
Opening Day at the Baseball Canada Cup in Moncton saw all ten squads in action with seven games played. Host New Brunswick gave the hometown crowd plenty to celebrate as they recorded two wins to take possession of first place in Pool B while Québec also recorded two wins to sit atop Pool A.
OTTAWA- Baseball Canada National Championship season will get into full swing this week with the playing of the Baseball Canada Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick and the 21U Women’s Invitational in Stonewell, Manitoba.
OTTAWA- Junior National Team shortstop Jaden Brown will join an exclusive group of Canadian high school baseball players to participate in the Perfect Game All-American Classic next month in San Diego.
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