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 Tournoi de baseball pee-wee national Braves du coin-Raymond Nadeau de GatineauSPECIAL REPORT
Gatineau Tournament

We played in a Jun 28 - Jul 1 tournament hosted by the Braves du coin-Raymond Nadeau de Gatineau. We won first place, not only winning all 6 of our games, but also scoring an amazing 61 runs, while allowing only 2! In addition, two of our players received special awards:

  • Best Pitcher: Steven.
  • Most Valued Player: Daniel.

An article about the victory was published in the July 13 Mississauga News.

This lists the teams playing, our game results, and the game location(s). In addition, some photos are available in the photo album.

Teams Playing 

The teams playing in this tournament were:

  • Pool A: Royal de Gatineau, Red Sox des Draveurs, Yankees du Lac St. Louis.
  • Pool B: Voiliers (Aylmer) de Gatineau, Braves du Coin de Gatineau, Mississauga Majors.
  • Pool C: Cimes du Nord, Mississauga North Tigers, Olympiques de Maisonneuve.
  • Pool D: Cards du Lac St-Louis, Etobicoke Titans, North York Blues.
  • Pool E: Cobras de Beauport, Waterloo, Whitby Chiefs.

Schedule and Results 

The game schedule and results were:

Game     OpponentLocationResult
2007 Jun 28 Thu 7:00pm T Braves du Coin de Gatineau Parc Mousette Win 10-0
    29 Fri 2:30pm T Voiliers (Aylmer) de Gatineau Parc Mousette Win 12-0
    30 Sat 2:30pm T Etobicoke Titans Win 15-0
    30 Sat 8:30pm T Cards du Lac St. Louis Win 8-1
  Jul 1 Sun 11:00am T Mississauga North Tigers Parc Mousette Win 3-0
    1 Sun 3:00pm T Red Sox des Draveurs Parc Mousette Win 13-1

Photos 

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Player Stats 

Player stats are available on our Confidential Information page.

Locations 

Games were played at:

  • Parc Mousette [map...] [photo...]: note that their map is a bit misleading, since it says “Rue Brunet” where it should say “Boulevard de Lucerne”, and that Rue Boudria, shown on their map to the right of the park, also extends north from Boulevard de Lucerne at the northeast corner of the park, which is the easiest entrance to the parking lot. The diamond is a short walk west of the parking lot.