Trophies for Most Sportsman Like and Most Valuable Player are proudly displayed.

Sooke Legion takes a trophy or two

Sooke Legion's ball team, 54/50 recently won two trophies.

On the July long weekend, the Sooke Legion’s 54/50 (Legion 54, all players over 50 — when the team was first created) participated in the Langford Legion Master’s Ball Tournament.

Sooke saw three wins, three losses and one tie.

Their efforts saw them receive two trophies.

The one on the left was for “Most Sportsman Like.” This award is voted upon by the umpires.

The trophy on the right was for Most Valuable Player, which was awarded to Jim Gouan.

His take-away?

The stainless steel mug in the centre, so that he can forever cherish this highly esteemed honour.

 

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