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Softball Federation announces Women’s National Championship next weekend, August 31 – September 2

BELIZE CITY, Mon. Aug. 20, 2018– The Belize Softball Federation is hosting the XXVIII Women’s National Championship from Friday, August 31 to Sunday, September 2 at Rogers Stadium.

The following teams (from the respective associations) have qualified for the 2018 National Championship:

Stann Creek Association – Independence United and Silk Grass Royale Girlz
Cayo Association – Belmopan Bandits and Unitedville Rebels United.
Belize Rural Association – Double Head Cabbage Unity and Burrell Boom Orchid Girls.
Belize City Association – Digicell and Belize Bank Bulldogs.

The XXVIII Women’s Championship is a double elimination format comprising of a maximum of 15 games.

The first 4 games will see all 8 teams in action as follows:
Friday, August 31
6:00 p.m. – Unitedville Rebels United vs Burrell Boom Orchid Girls
8:00 p.m. – Belize Bank Bulldogs vs Silk Grass Royale Girlz
Saturday, September 1
9:00 a.m. – Digicell vs Belmopan Bandits
11:00 a.m. – Double Head Cabbage Unity vs Independence United

The Tournament Director is Mr. Edison Parks.

-press release –

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