Thunder send four teams to fastpitch provincials

South Surrey-White Rock Minor Softball Association are well-represented at provincial championships

South Surrey-White Rock Minor Softball Association are well-represented at provincial championships this month, as four teams will be vying for a B.C title.

The South Surrey-White Rock Thunder ’99 team will compete in midget ‘A’ provincials in Abbotsford July 12-4, while the White Rock Obey will also hit the field at bantam ‘C’ (U16) provincial championships this weekend in Chilliwack.

The Thunder ’95 team, meanwhile, will also aim for a provincial trophy in Cloverdale, when they compete at U18 B.C. championships from July 26-28.

A fourth squad, the peewee ‘C’ division Chicks With Bats, placed sixth out of 16 teams at provincials at Sullivan Park in Surrey.

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