Baseball tournament goes well for host Kindersley team

Great weather, competitive action in both divisions

 

The Oyen Eagles gather for their team photo (above) after winning the senior men’s division at the 33rd annual Red Lion Inn and Cold Beer & Wine Store Western Canadian Oldtimers & Senior Men’s Baseball Championship held from July 13-15 in Kindersley. Front row, left to right: Braden Smigelski, Taylor Peers, Landon Olsen, Scott Olsen, Jarvis Smigelski, Travis Smigelski and Aaron Anderson. Back row, left to right: Dayne Hryciw, Steve Paetz, Levi Westerlund, Chris Jorgenson, Dawson Ruschowski and Curtis Beaudoin.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

The Oyen Eagles have finally won the senior men’s A final at a tournament held each year in town. The Regina Drifters beat a local team to win the 43+ title.

The 33rd annual Red Lion Inn and Cold Beer & Wine Store Western Canadian Oldtimers & Senior Men’s Baseball Championship was held last weekend in Kindersley. A total of 12 teams in two divisions battled it out over three days from July 13-15.

It was a great weekend for baseball with only minor concerns from the weather. Friday was a scorcher at more than 30C and Saturday was cool and windy, but Sunday was nearly the perfect day for baseball with sunshine, moderate heat and a solid breeze to cool down the players on the fields.

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