South Surrey-White Rock Minor Softball Association president David Harris speaks to players and families in attendance at opening-day ceremonies Saturday afternoon at Sunnyside Park. (Lance Peverley photo)

South Surrey-White Rock softball association opens season

Opening Day ceremonies were held April 7 at Sunnyside Park.

South Surrey-White Rock Minor Softball Association officially opened the 2018 season April 7, with opening-day ceremonies at Sunnyside Park.

Each team from the association took part in the ceremony, which would have been followed by a handful of games, if not for the rainy weather, which caused them to be postponed.

As part of the event, teams marched with banners, players belted out the national anthem, and dignitaries and league officials spoke to the crowd.

 

South Surrey-White Rock Minor Softball Association teams march into opening-day cerremonies Saturday. (Lance Peverley photo)

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