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Live broadcasts of the Medal Round - CANADA WINS

June 28, 2008

Whitehorse, YK


Live broadcasts of the Medal Rounds of the 8th ISF Junior Men's World
Championships begin at 3:00 pm. PDT, Saturday, June 28, 2008 on
Ballparkradio.com

Kyle Smith and Jim Flanagan will be bringing you live audio from the
medal rounds of the final two days of the tournament. The two-man crew
has broadcast eight (8) games over the past two days, with four more
to go, two Saturday and two on Sunday.

To listen, just click the BALLPARKRADIO logo above, and then the
"click to listen" button. Turn on your computer speakers, and you'll
feel like you're right there in Whitehorse.

All Game Times are Pacific Daylight time (PDT) Adjust for your time zone.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

67 - P1 3:00pm I Third Place (Canada) vs. Fourth Place (New Zealand)
68 - P2 5:30pm I First Place (Australia) vs. Second Place (Japan)

You can email us during the broadcasts live(at) ballparkradio.com

Best regards,
Jim Flanagan
Kyle Smith
www.Ballparkradio.com
email: live (at) ballparkradio.com

PAT HEALEY
SOFTBALL FOLLOWER/REPORTER
 
CANADA SECURES MEDAL AT JR MEN'S
 
WHITEHORSE, YUKON - Shane Boland of Newfoundland and Labrador scored the game winning run on a bottom of the seventh RBI single by Terrell Walker as Canada secured a medal at the ISF JR MEN'S WORLD SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS with a thrilling 2-1 win over New Zealand.
The win means three Nova Scotia players, and the team's head coach will be bringing home no less then bronze when they return. Patrick Avery of Larry's River, Aaron Long of Guysborough and Adam Day of Enfield are on the team, coached by Middle Musquodobit native Tom Doucette.
Dustin Keschane struck out 11 Kiwi hitters. He had 16 in a no hitter against Team USA Friday night to give him 27 strikeouts in 15 innings of work.
Fans can follow along the play by play of the Sunday games at www.ballparkradio.com with Jim Flanagan and Kyle Smith giving the broadcasts, starting at 5 p.m. ADT. Canada will face the loser of Australia and Japan at that time, set for later Saturday night, for the right to go to the championship at 7:30 p.m. ADT.
 
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