Photo: Bandits win Red Deer Ladies Fastball League Championships

The N. Jensens Bandits won the Red Deer Fastball League Championship on Wednesday with a 6-1 win. With the win, they advance to the Intermediate A Softball Alberta Provincials in Blackfalds this weekend.

The Badgers won game 1 on Tuesday, then the Bandits picked up a 5-4 win in game two, the first of a double header Wednesday.

Team members include Back row (left to right): Teri Hunter, Nicole Tweet, Taylor Hall, Brianna Weinrauch, Jayme Ernst, Randilee Connolly. Middle row (left to right): Pam Dedora, Cassidy Lemasurier, Lisa Loitz, Marina Bartlett, Amy McTaggart. Front row (left to right): Michelle Loiselle, Sarah Clarke, Emily Eisenhawer, Trudy Haraldson and Maddy Lee.



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