Champions crowned: Ontario captures Gold at the Canada Cup

  • August 13, 2012

OTTAWA – Eight games.  Eight wins.  That is what Team Ontario accomplished en route to repeating as Canada Cup champions.   With this year’s title, Ontario has now won four of the past eight tournaments.  

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Women’s World Cup: Canada defeats USA in extra inning thriller

  • August 13, 2012

EDMONTON-The saying “it ain’t over till it’s over’ certainly applied to this one as Canada stayed unbeaten at the IBAF Women’s World Cup with a 15-9, extra innings victory over previously unbeaten USA.

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Canada Cup - Ontario and BC to play for Gold

  • August 12, 2012

OTTAWA - Ontario is one step closer to defending their Canada Cup title after defeating Manitoba by a score of 13-3.  After getting off to a slow start, Ontario increased the intensity in a big way to help catapult them into tonight’s final.  Joining them will be the team from BC, who knocked off Québec in a come from behind win.  BC will be looking for revenge as they were defeated by Ontario in both their round robin matches.   

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Women’s World Cup: Canada remains unbeaten with win over Australia

  • August 12, 2012

EDMONTON-Canada struck for two runs in the bottom of the sixth breaking a 3-3 tie and hung on for a 5-4 win over Australia to move their record to 3-0 at the 5th IBAF Women’s Baseball World Cup.

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Champions crowned: Ontario captures Gold at the Canada Cup

  • August 12, 2012

OTTAWA – Eight games.  Eight wins.  That is what Team Ontario accomplished en route to repeating as Canada Cup champions.   With this year’s title, Ontario has now won four of the past eight tournaments.  

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A full day of baseball highlights Day 4 at the Canada Cup

  • August 11, 2012

OTTAWA – Four games from Friday were carried over into Saturday at the Canada Cup, which made for lots of baseball to be played.  Leading after four innings heading into today, Manitoba made sure to hold onto that lead by scoring seven runs in the final two innings to defeat New Brunswick 19-10.  Other games also completed Saturday saw Nova Scotia defeat Newfoundland and Labrador 8-2; Ontario edge Quebec 6-5; and Alberta power past BC 13-9. 

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Canada Cup Update - Medal Round all set for Championship Sunday

  • August 11, 2012

OTTAWA – After Saturday night’s quarter-final match between BC and Nova Scotia, Championship Sunday was officially set.  BC, Manitoba, Ontario and Québec will battle it out to earn a birth in tonight’s championship game. 

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Women’s World Cup: Canada defeats Venezuela in rout

  • August 11, 2012

EDMONTON-The Canadian women have brought their bats with them to Edmonton as for the second consecutive game they achieved double digits in hits and earned another mercy-rule win, this time by a 14-2 score over Venezuela.

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Update - Rain delays the start of Day 3 at the Canada Cup

  • August 10, 2012

Rain has delayed the start of play on the third day of the Canada Cup.  Stay tuned for further information regarding today's games.  

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Women’s World Cup: Canada opens with convincing win

  • August 10, 2012

EDMONTON-Team Canada could not have envisioned a better start to the 5th IBAF Women’s World Cup than what took place at TELUS Field tonight as they earned a 12-2 mercy-rule win over Chinese Taipei.

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