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Women's Fastball

............................FASTBALL.......... .....Women's Major Gateway Fastball Association................ .............................W.....L.....T......PTS Mortgage Corp.…3......1.......0..........6.. NNWS.............…..3......1.......0......
............................FASTBALL..........
.....Women's Major Gateway Fastball Association................
.............................W.....L.....T......PTS
Mortgage Corp.…3......1.......0..........6..
NNWS.............…..3......1.......0..........6..
Wibs......................2......2.......0..........4..
Bennetts...............1......3.......0..........2..
Zufelts............…...1......3.......0..........2..

Wednesday June 8th - At Amelia Park
Bennetts vs NNWS, 6:30 p.m.
Mortgage Corp. vs Zufelts, 8:15 p.m.


Thursday June 9th - At Amelia Park
Bennetts vs Zufelts, 6:30 p.m.
NNWS vs Wibs, 8:15 p.m.



The Women’s Gateway Major Fastball Association is in full swing for another season.

Five teams make up the league and if the early-season going is any indication, the league championship will be up for grabs.

Last year’s champs, Culligan Lions, now Mortgage Corp. are off again to a fast start. After dropping their first game of the season, they’ve won three in a row, somewhat like last year when they dropped their league opener and didn’t lose another game the rest of the way.

Monday night, they defeated Near North waste Systems 5-3 with Sylvie Corbeil earning the win and Lisa Hotte taking the loss.

Melissa Cross hit a three-run homer and added a double for Mortgage Corp. Cat Trudel had two singles.

The loss dropped NNWS into a tie for first with Mortgage Corp. as both clubs are 3-1.

Wibs are third at 2-2, followed by Zufelts and Bennetts at 1-3.

Karen Faubert, who dominated ladies pitching several years ago, is back in the city and is with Zufelts.

Submitted to BayToday.ca



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