FASTBALL: The Oceanside Rage U-16 Girls Fastball team had a great time at provincials in Kamloops and the girls thank all their sponsors for helping make their trip happen.

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The Oceanside Rage U-16 Girls Fastball team had a great time at provincials in Kamloops and the girls thank all their sponsors.

The Oceanside Rage U-16 Girls Fastball team had a great time at provincials in Kamloops and the girls thank all their sponsors for helping make their trip happen: Parker Brothers Contracting, D69 Benevolent Society, Coastal Community Credit Union, Koers & Associates Engineering, Aquila Cedar Products, Maltesen Masonry, Sea Edge Motel, Evergreen Exhibitions, Quality Foods, Scotia Bank, Oasis Renovations, Rod and Gun and Save On Foods.

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