September2007

Canadian Senior Mens Fastpitch National Championship - Vancouver Grey Sox

September 1, 2007

St. John's, nl


September 1, 2007 MEDIA RELEASE
St. John's Newfoundland
Issued at 1:45 pm PDT

Softball Canada Senior Mens FP National Championship @ St. John's
Newfoundland


Saturday September 1st
* The Vancouver Grey Sox scheduled game at 1:30 pm PDT vs. St. John's
Newfoundland Roebothan, McKay, Marshall was postponed until Sunday morning
(5:30 am PDT) due to inclement weather.

Currently five teams remain in the chase for the Gold Medal including the:
Vancouver Grey Sox, Stony Plain, Alberta Twiliters, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Aspen Interiors, Kitchener, Ontario Hallman Twins and the host St. John's,
Newfoundland Roebothan, McKay, Marshall.

Sunday September 2nd schedule of games is as follows:

- 4:30 am PDT completion of game between Kitchener, Ontario and Stony Plain.
Kitchener currently leads 5 - 4 in the 6th inning.

- 5:30 am PDT - Vancouver Grey Sox vs. St. John's Newfoundland - winner
advances to the Championship game loser to the semi final.

- 7:30 am PDT - Saskatoon, SK (Aspen) vs. winner of game between Kitchener
and Stony Plain. Winner advances to semi final.

- 9:30 am PDT - semi final game - winner of 7:30 am PDT game vs. loser of
Vancouver / St. John's game. Winner of this game advances to the
Championship game.

- 11:30 am PDT - Championship Game - winner of Vancouver / St. John's game
vs. winner of 9:30 am PDT game


Recap of Friday's Grey Sox action.

Friday August 31 (game played at 3:30 pm PDT)

Vancouver Grey Sox 3
Kitchener, Ontario Hallman Twins 2

WP - Korrey Gareau (4 IP, 2 hits, 8ks,) in relief of starter Nick Underhill
(3 IP, 4 hits, 2ks)
LP - Todd Martin (4) in relief of starter Paul Koert

The Vancouver Grey Sox opened the double life playoffs at the Softball
Canada Senior Mens FP National Championship on Friday night with an exciting
3 - 2 victory over the Kitchener, Ontario Hallman Twins. 1B Derek Mayson
inside the park homerun in the 5th inning broke a 2- 2 tie and provided the
Grey Sox with the margin of victory. With the win, the BC squad is now
assured of a minimum of a bronze medal at the 12 team event.

Next action for the Grey Sox was suppose to be Saturday September 1st at
1:30 pm PDT when they were to face the host team from St. John's
Newfoundland who have yet to lose in the tournament. Unfortunately inclement
weather has resulted in the schedule being revised (see above).

Larry Kancs
President
Vancouver Grey Sox
www.vancouvergreysox.com



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