South Surrey-White Rock Thunder 98 pitcher Courtney Kromm throws a pitch to a Team Ecuador batter during a game Wednesday evening at Sunnyside Park.

PHOTO: Tournament tune-up

South Surrey-White Rock Thunder ‘98 took on Team Ecuador in a pre-tournament game this week.

  • Jul. 15, 2016 10:00 a.m.

South Surrey-White Rock Thunder ‘98 pitcher Courtney Cromm throws a pitch to a Team Ecuador batter during a game Wednesday evening at Sunnyside Park.

The exhibition tilt – won by the Thunder by a single run – was a warm-up for both squads, as 2016 Women’s World Championships are set to begin today (Friday), and run until July 24.

For more on the world championships, visit www.surrey2016.com

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