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Recent Cardigan 15U/Bantam "A" Clippers News

The 2019 minor baseball season has ended with the completion of the final five Baseball Atlantic Championships and the Baseball Canada National 13U Atlantic Championship this past weekend.

In Dartmouth, NS, the Capital District Islanders lost 3-2 in the final – their only loss in the tournament – to the Yarmouth Gateways to claim the silver medal at the 2019 Baseball Canada National 13U Atlantic Championships. This capped off an impressive two-year run for Capital District at this event, after winning gold in 2018. Meanwhile, the Summerside Chevys went 3-0 in the round-robin but lost to Yarmouth in the semifinals and to the Dartmouth Arrows in the bronze medal game to finish fourth. Yasu Hojo of Capital District was awarded the top hitter of the tournament.

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In Fredericton, NB, the Mid-Isle Cougars walked it off in the bottom of the eighth inning against Tri-County (NS) by a score of 5-4 to win the 2019 Baseball Atlantic 11U “AAA” Championships. Mid-Isle went 3-1 in the round-robin (with their only loss to the host Fredericton) and advanced to the final. The Atlantic crown at the 11U “AAA” division capped off a great season for this club, led by head coach Scott Ellsworth.

Here are how the other Island teams at other Baseball Atlantic Championships this past weekend faired:

  • 15U “AAA”: The Summerside Chevys went 2-2
  • 15U “AA”:  The Stratford Athletics went 1-3
  • 13U “AA”: The Western Mariners went 2-2
  • 11U “AA”: Both the Western Mariners and the host Sherwood/Parkdale Knights went 1-3

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Combined with the gold and silver medals at the Baseball Atlantic 18U “AA” Championships in Summerside, PE on the Labour Day weekend, PEI teams won four medals at eight Atlantic Championships.


This the first weekend of “Provincial season” here for Baseball PEI!

On 16 – 17 August, the Provincial Jamborees for 9U and 11U “A” take place (the rain date is Sunday, 18 August). The Provincial 9U Jamboree is taking place in Stratford, while the Provincial 11U “A” Jamboree is being co-hosted by Kensington and the two Bedeque teams over four fields.

Meanwhile, Kensington hosts the round-robin portion of the Provincial 15U “A” Championship at Kowalski Field, Freetown and Legends Field, Summerside on 17 – 18 August. Eight teams are taking part and the top two in each division will advance to “A” “Final Four” (semifinals and Championship) in Cornwall on Sunday, 1 September. You can get scores and pitch counts by following the Baseball PEI Provincial Championships Facebook Page:

The schedules for all Provincial Championships and Jamborees are at (please note that they are subject to change due to variety of factors).