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Crickets make noise

CRICKETS MAKE NOISE — Sarah Francis of the Crickets swings away during a game at the 11th annual Sheila Bishop Memorial Wooden Bat Slopitch tournament. The two-day event was part of Penticton Peach Festival activities and held Aug. 9 and 10 at Lions Park.    - Scott Trudeau/ Western News
CRICKETS MAKE NOISE — Sarah Francis of the Crickets swings away during a game at the 11th annual Sheila Bishop Memorial Wooden Bat Slopitch tournament. The two-day event was part of Penticton Peach Festival activities and held Aug. 9 and 10 at Lions Park.
— image credit: Scott Trudeau/ Western News

The 11th annual Sheila Bishop Memorial Wooden Bat Slopitch tournament had 10 teams playing over two days during Penticton Peachfest Aug. 9 and 10 at Lions Park. The tournament is played in honour of Bishop and is used to support local causes. This year the event helped out the family of 16-month-old Aeson Moen, who has cancer.

 

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