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2010 Women's Invitational ChampionshipsDates TBA   North York, Ontario

Senior Women’s Invitational: Day 2 Recap
August 09, 2010

North York-After rain delayed the start of play, day-two of the Senior Women’s Invitational got underway late in the morning. The rain forced the tournament to be played on two different fields. Here is a recap of each of the 5 games played:

Game 6: Alberta-11 Quebec Midget-0

Shelby Gordon was the winning pitcher as Team Alberta continued to dominate by not allowing a run in 2 games.

Game 7: Québec- 12 Nova Scotia- 9

Nova Scotia erased an 8-0 deficit to score 9 runs in the 5th inning to take the lead over Québec. Not to be out done, Québec came back in the 6th inning scoring 4 runs to win the wild affair. Martine Nadeau came on in relief to pick up the win while Marie-Josée Tremblay was 4 for 4 at the plate. Meagan Bremner had 2 RBI’s to lead the Nova Scotia attack.

Game 8: Ontario-17 Ontario (2) - 7

The battle of Ontario turned out to be a slug fest with Ontario coming out on top. Melanie Harwood and Cindy Saavedra were both 4 for 5 with 3 RBI’s each while Louise Harris was the winning pitcher for Ontario. Hannah Martensen was 2 for 2 and 2 RBI for Ontario (2).

Game 9: Quebec Midget 3 - Nova Scotia 2

Nova Scotia suffered their fourth loss of the tournament after being edged by the Québec Midget’s. Cynthia Renaud earned the save in this exciting game and Emilie Breton had 3 hits and 2 RBI’s to highlight the Québec offence.

Game 10: Alberta-0 Ontario-1

This game featured a pitcher’s duel as Alberta’s Melissa Armstrong and Ontario’s Cindy Saaverda battled it out in a game that lasted only 90 minutes. Ontario scored the only run of the game in the bottom of the 6th when Ashley Stephenson scored on a Saavedra sacrifice fly.

After day 2, Ontario remains undefeated with Alberta in 2nd place.

Notes: The Senior Women’s Nationals will run until July 25th at Bond Park. Please visit to keep track of all the action. ...At the conclusion of the event players will be selected to try-out for the Women’s National Team. After the try-out process a team will be chosen to represent Canada at the Women’s World Cup in Caracas, Venezuela from August 12-22.