Sooke Cyclones Play in Port

The Sooke Cyclones played in the Provincials held in Port Alberni with 16 teams from across the province in attendance.

The Sooke Cyclones played in the Provincials held in Port Alberni with 16 teams from across the province in attendance.

The Cyclones had a great draw for the round robins on Friday and Saturday. We played 4 games and went 4-0! Our first double knockout game was 6:30 p.m. Saturday night; we lost that game 6-0 to the Surrey Storm 98 team. We could just not get our bats flying again.

We then played a nail biter Sunday at 8:30 a.m. to the Poco Ravens (who we had mercied Friday). It just wasn’t our time and we were knocked out 4-3.

A great weekend was had by all and Port Alberni did an Amazing job hosting!

Donna Ebert

 

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