U14 Girls Canadian Fast Pitch Championships hosted in Victoria

Victoria Fastball Club will host the U14 Girls Canadian Fast Pitch Championship from Aug. 5 to 9

  • Feb. 23, 2015 12:00 p.m.

The Victoria Fastball Club will host the U14 Girls Canadian Fast Pitch Championship from Aug. 5 to 9 at Helmcken-Centennial Park in View Royal and Hyacinth Park in Saanich.

More than 20 teams from across Canada will travel to Victoria to compete with the winner being crowned the U14 Girls Canadian Fast Pitch Champion.

After spending the spring and early summer competing in high-level tournaments on the Island and in the Lower Mainland and the western United States, both the 2001 and 2002 Victoria Devils’ teams will host and compete in the nationals, and are looking forward to seeing how they measure up against the best Canada has to offer.

For further information, contact Roger Wade at rswade@shaw.ca or Lisa Parkes at u14.nationals.media@gmail.com

For sponsorship opportunities, contact Ruth Bourassa at u14nationals@gmail.com or Rhonda Gluns at rhondagluns@shaw.ca

 

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