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Memo to 21U and Senior Ladies Baseball Players
from Jeremy Culleton
Good day Ladies
 
The plan is to have workouts on the following days and to come together to play at the end of this month, plus some games into August if possible.  
 
This Saturday, July 10th, we will be working out and preparing for games.  The plan is to go from 10:00-12:30.  Place TBD 
*  Saturday, July 24th from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Stonewall
*  Friday, July 30th and Saturday, July 31st -  Games (Hopefully at Shaw Park)
August TBD
 
Please REPLY TO ALL as I think this helps everyone see the commitment and where we are as a group. I am working on the location. It will also depend on whom we come to practice, if we have several in one region or another. I shall try to meet the needs of the whole group. If you wish to be withdrawn, let me know, too, you can do it privately.
 
I hope to get some quick answers. If you don't answer, I also assume you are not interested. 
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 Manitoba Girls Tour in Brandon

 

The Manitoba Girls Provincial Team players continued its tour as they spearhead a camp in Brandon, Manitoba on Wednesday, July 21 at the Simplot Diamonds.

Twenty young ladies, between the ages of 7-13, spent the day learning some basic skills of the game. Manitoba Baseball Administrator for the clinic was Britt Langlais from Garson, Manitoba.  She is furthermore a Team Canada Team Manitoba player. Also, instructing was Team Manitoba members Sarah Moir from Winnipeg, and Amber Baker of Strathclair as well as Jazmine Horwood from Brandon. These Team Manitoba members provided some quality instruction in a fun atmosphere.

“The girls baseball camps are an amazing opportunity for young Manitoba females to experience baseball in a fun and inviting atmosphere.

As a coach of this program, it is amazing to see girls improve in the small-time frame we all spend together. I also love seeing the girls form friendships that will last with other female participants.

It’s a great experience that will leave a positive on all those involved, and it’s also going to have a huge contributing factor in growing baseball for females in Manitoba,” emphasized Britt Langlais.

“Baseball has given me a lot more than just skills for the sport. Playing ball has allowed me to make lifelong memories, bonds with players across the country as well as meet some inspiring teammates. It’s amazing seeing the love these girls have for the game of baseball at such a young age. I remember when I was their age, there wasn’t much opportunity for girls in the baseball world, however now it’s rapidly increasing! Having 20 young, talented girls come out to the field, with smiles on their face ready to learn was an awesome experience. Keep the hard work & love for the sport up, as I look forward to potentially coaching them you in the future to represent Manitoba,” added Jazmine Horwood

At the end of the day, the girls had an opportunity to build some mental muscle, improve their skills and have lots of fun.

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