Provincial fastpitch qualifier is all the Rage

Bantam Rage girls fastpitch team wins district playdowns

The Rage girls fastpitch team after winning gold and tickets to the provincials

 The Parksville Bantam Rage girls fastpitch team recently won their district playdowns and have earned a spot in the provincials.  

On June 17 and 18, the Rage went to Ladysmith to compete in the playdowns against Nanaimo and Ladysmith teams. It was a double knock out elimination and the Rage drew the first game against Ladysmith.  They won this game and also their second game, giving them a bye for the final. They played Ladysmith again in the final and won, earning themselves a  ticket to Chilliwack.  

The Rage girls train inside during the off season and work hard throughout the season to stay on top of their game. 

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