LWF Baseball News
The Keloose Committee is wondering if any athletes/coaches with LWF Baseball would consider volunteering for a few time slots at Keloose 2022 (August 19-21)? See the following message from the Committee: Volunteer opportunities for Keloose 2022! Many hands make light work To keep things easy, social, and low pressure…we’ve made many tasks a 1 hour…Read More
With a little too much rain in the mix, it was a challenging weekend for all. Tri-County had dramatic walk-off win in extra innings vs Kentville to start the day, the Rangers then beat the KV Red Sox before overtaking Dartmouth with a decisive 17-7 win in the championship game.Read More
The Annual Keloose Fair this year is the weekend of Aug 19 – 21st at WJCC, this means all baseball games & practices on the two WJCC fields for those days are cancelled. As the Keloose adult slow pitch tournament is also using the Grand Lake field on the Saturday, Aug 20th from morning up…Read More
The U11 AAA TC Rangers went 5-0-1 to capture the 18 team Bob Donahoe Tournament Championship in Riverview, NB on July 17th. The boys capped a grueling 6 games by beating the previously undefeated Miramichi team 6 to 3 in the final.Read More
The final NCCP clinics are now posted on the NCCP site. These are the final clinics to be hosted by BNS for the year. Should we sell out any of the clinics, we will add another. As soon as we have a clinic that does not sell out, that will be the final opportunity to…Read More
New Program Coordinator Summer Student I would like to welcome Alex Ouellette as the Program Coordinator. Alex will be overseeing the Bluenose League for the remainder of the summer. Questions specific to the Bluenose League can be forwarded to him at firstname.lastname@example.org Bluenose League Update First half schedules for all divisions (except for 12U Girls-…Read More
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