Men’s fastball returns to Sicamous

Sicamous will once again be hosting the Mens Provincial Fastball Championships.


Sicamous will once again be hosting the Mens Provincial Fastball Championships. The event will be held in Finlayson Park, starting on Friday, Aug. 10, and will run until the  championship games on Sunday, Aug 12. Games begin Friday afternoon, run all day Saturday, with the playoff final on Sunday around noon. Teams from Vernon, Kelowna, Kamloops, Abbottsford,  Port Coquitlam, Surrey and Vancouver will battle for the provincial championship. The Sicamous Eagles will once again be operating a beer garden. There is no admission to watch, so come on out and catch some great men’s fastball action. For further information, contact Jake Dewitt at 250-836-4976.

 

 

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