Sooke Loggers carry on

The Loggers are off to the Labour Day Tournament, the Senior A Nationals in PEI August 26 to September 1.

Next stop: PEI.

According to their Facebook fan page, the Sooke Loggers are off to the Labour Day Tournament, the Senior A Nationals in PEI August 26 to September 1. You can follow the games and statistics, minute by minute, online at http://championship.softball.ca/seniormens/

On Tuesday, August 26, the Loggers play against the host team, Charlottetown John Browns Fawcetts, at noon on Tuesday August 26 (8 a.m. in BC), and against Nova Scotia’s East Hants Mastodons at 7 p.m. (3 p.m. in BC).

The following Wednesday, they face the Saskatoon DBacks  at 4 p.m. (noon in BC) and Newfoundland’s 3 Cheers Pub Bud Light at 8:30 p.m. (4:30 in BC)

The Labour Day Tournament is the second last ISC qualifier tournament scheduled for the year. The final tournament, the Ontario Challenge Cup, is the Ontario Challenge Cup from September 12 to 14.

 

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