(May 23) Roseland kicked off the season on the right foot when they took a pair from the Brandon Aces. On Wednesday, playing at home, Roseland won easily, 10-1 behind McMaster's steady hurling. Saturday night on the Athletic grounds, Roseland again won 9-6 with McMaster again handling the mound work. Hod Cowan topped the Aces with four hits in four at bats.
Roseland : Addison, Bissett E., Bissett R., Drysdale, Lowes, McMaster, Williamson J., Young G., Young R.
Brandon Aces : Brannon, Cowan Hod, Egilson-1, Eglison-2, , Hope, McKay-1, McKay-2, Pelcher, Plum
(July 1) Brandon Dominion Day Tournament Avery Harrison's Brandon Hotel nine captured the Dominion Day Tournament, sponsored by the Native Sons of Canada, Friday outlasting a field of seven entries to take top money of $100. Deloraine, beaten in the final 10-4, picked up $50.
In a see-saw battle, Brandon Hotel scored three runs in the seventh and final inning to edge Beresford 11-10. Beresford had come from behind to take the lead with six runs in the top of the seventh.
Hill (L) and Nicol
I.McKay and A.McKay
A six-run fifth frame carried Fairfax to a 10-5 win over Coulterville.
Lee (W) and H.Duncan
Cameron (L) and Waiser
Deloraine fell behind 6-3 but rallied with four runs in the bottom of the final frame to sneak by Nesbitt 7-6.
R.Minary (L) and C.Corey
C.Whitlaw (W) and R.Perry
The late inning outbursts continued as Brandon and Margaret faced off. Brandon scored five times in the final inning to provide insurance in an 8-2 victory.
Corey (W) and Crane
Dunlop (L) and W.Dunn
Deloraine notched five runs in the last two innings to down Fairfax 12-8 to advance to the final. The winners pounded out a tournament high, 16 hits.
W.Dobson, Holsey, H.Code and H.Duncan
B.Perry, C.Whitlaw and R.Perry
Brandon hasd an easy time in the final notching a 10-4 triumph, helped by six Deloraine errors. A four-run outburst in the second inning put Brandon on the road to the victory.
C.Corey (W) and A.McKay
R.Perry, J.Whitlaw and Brooks