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CALAHOON ERINS LADIES FASTPITCH SOFTBALL CHAMPS AGAIN

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Defending champions Calahoon Erins claimed back to back Canadian senior ladies fast pitch softball titled as they beat Saskatoon G Force 5-3 in the championship game Sunday. The Defending champs suffered one loss on this tournament. Saskatoon G Force won the semi final game 5-2 over Ontario Kars. 

 

In consolation round play, at Victoria Park, host Galway edged the Animal Health Centre Wildcats (Team NL) 4-1, but then dropped a 5-4 decision to the P.E.I. Stealers in the 7th place game.

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Prior to the quarter-final game, Softball Canada and the host committee presented the tournament awards. Winners were as follows:

 

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

MVP

Brielle McCullough (Saskatoon G-Force)

9-16, .563BA, 7R, 1D, 1SB, 3W, 8RBI

Top Batter

Cassie Matlock (Carnduff, Sask. Southeast Steelers)

9-15, .600BA

Top Pitcher

Ariane Desroches (Équipe Quebec)

3-1, 21 innings, 8ER, 2.67ERA

ALL-STAR TEAM

Catcher: Kydia Niemegeers (Carnduff, Sask. Southeast Steelers)

6-17, .353BA, 3R, 3D, 15B, 3W, 5RBI

Pitcher: Stella Turazzi (Calahoo, Alta., Erins)

2-0 16.1 innings, 1ER, .43ERA, 29K

Infield: Brielle McCullough (Saskatoon G-Force)

9-16, .563BA, 7R, 1D, 1SB, 3W, 8RBI

Infield: Jade McGarr (Bytown, Ont., Belles)

9-17, .529BA, 6R, 2T, 1SB, 1W, 2RBI

Infield: Madison McGonigal (Calahoo Erins)

7-15, .467BA, 6R, 6SB, 1W, 1RBI

Infield: Bryanna Kressler (Kars, Ont. Aces)

9-20, .450BA, 6R, 2T, 1SB, 7RBI

Outfield: Nakia Thorpe (Saskatoon G-Force)

9-16, .563BA, 4R, 2D, 1T, 1SB, 8RBI

Outfield: Kali Burnham (Kars Aces)

10-18, .556BA, 5R, 1W, 6RBI

Outfield: Emily Cairns (P.E.I. Stealers)

7-17, .412BA, 3R, 1D, 2T, 1SB, 1W, 1RBI

Utility: Deanna Gerrard (Carnduff Southeast Steelers)

5-17, .294BA, 5R, 1D, 1SB, 2W, 1RBI

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