Midget AA baseball team undefeated in finals

Team will now be part of Victoria AA squad bound for Island championships

The boys of Peninsula #1 midget AA baseball team are moving up to the Island Championships.

After a 21-1 record this year, including going 6-0 in playoffs for the Greater Victoria Baseball Association division championships last week, members from the team will amalgamate with other midget AA players from the region to create the Victoria midget AA squad. They’ll compete in the Vancouver Island Championship happening in Duncan July 14-15 and July 21-22 in a best of five series for the title.

The team beat the Carnarvon Nationals 5-1 in the finals at Rotary Park last week.

 

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