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People cheer Schooners and southwestern league ‘legends' during game in Clark’s Harbour

Published on July 6, 2017

The dirt was flying on this close base play during a Schooners vs southwestern league ‘legends' game in Clark’s Harbour.

©Ken Chetwynd

CLARK'S HARBOUR, N.S. – There was a good turnout in Clark’s Harbour for a June 30 exhibition baseball game between the Shelburne County Schooners of the Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League and a team of alumni from the old Southwestern Nova Scotia Baseball league.

The Schooners were 2-1 winners in a game that was called after six innings due to rain.

June 30 exhibition baseball game between the Shelburne County Schooners of the Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League and a team of alumni from the old Southwestern Nova Scotia Baseball league
Ken Chetwynd

“We pitched three guys that don’t normally pitch, for the fun of it,” said Keith Nickerson of the Schooners, adding that the southwestern league “legends” played well.

“They had three quality pitchers: Tyler Symonds, Travis Smith and Andrew Holland,” Nickerson said. “We had lots of fans and might consider doing it again.”

 

©Ken Chetwynd

©Ken Chetwynd