The Woodstock Women’s Fastball Association will host their annual fan appreciation game tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Sutherland Park. The regular game has become a way for the six-team WWFA to give back to volunteers who help with the league and people in the community who support them. “We have a lot of dedicated fans who watch us play and help with the league… We want to show the volunteers how grateful we are,” WWFA president Elizabeth Borbely said in a phone interview.
The New Hamburg Mustangs and the Toronto Batmen won the International Softball Congress Canada East regionals last weekend at Innerkip Park. The Mustangs won the under-21 bracket for the second consecutive season, while the Batmen earned the win on the men’s bracket. Both teams get paid trip and travel costs covered when they compete at the ISC World Championships Aug. 12 to 19 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Mustangs went perfect over the weekend, winning all four of their games.
Innerkip Park will once again have a busy weekend ahead of itself. They’ll host the International Softball Congress (ISC) Canada East under-21 men’s qualifier and the ISC Canada East men’s qualifier for the right for teams to earn a paid berth and travel costs covered to the ISC World Tournament in August in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The under-21 will be Aug. 17 to 19 and the senior men’s are Aug. 12 to 19.
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Selecting a term
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