Pictured with their medals after winning the Futures Gold tournament at the Canadian Open last week

Storm seek another tournament title

Surrey softball team won at Canadian Open, will play at provincial tournament this weekend

The Surrey Storm ’95 will be looking to follow up a win last week at Softball City with a provincial championship this weekend at Cloverdale Athletic Park.

Storm ’95 will be one of 11 teams at the under-18 softball provincial tournament, four of which will qualify for the national tournament in Prince Edward Island Aug. 12-18.

The Storm placed first in the Futures Gold division at the July 12-21 Scotiabank Canadian Open Fastpitch International Challenge, defeating the Delta Heat ’96 7-1 in the championship game.

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