Victoria Day 2003 Ball

FTLComm - Tisdale - Tuesday, May 20, 2003

Though the temperature was around 12ºC late Monday, Victoria Day with the wind it was cold, bone chilling cold.

On the elementary school playing fields two teams were practicing and on the little league hard ball fields two more were getting their teams in shape.

The Tisdale PeeWee girls team (ages 12 - 13) were mid way through their second game of a double

header against a Prince Albert team and had been out in the cold since three in the afternoon.

The fans were staying in the cars but the players seemed to be taking it in their typical Canadian stride, it could be worse, it could be snowing.

This is the first year this level of girls ball have taken to using the yellow ball. The bantams began using it last year and this year the PeeWee girls are playing with a ball that is suppose to improve its visibility.

Timothy W. Shire



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