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Ohsweken Sr. Braves three-peat Native Masters Champs

  RAMA – For the third season running, the Ohsweken Sr. Braves successfully defended their title at Rama First Nation, August 26 to 28. The powerful Braves went undefeated...
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RAMA – For the third season running, the Ohsweken Sr. Braves successfully defended their title at Rama First Nation, August 26 to 28. The powerful Braves went undefeated in all three starts behind the hitting of the entire lineup and the pitching of Darren “Big Z” Zack. The Braves are already looking forward to making it four in a row at next year’s Masters Tournament to be played at Moraviantown.

The Ohsweken Sr. Braves are: (back row) Bob Hill, Glenn Green, Dude Bomberry, Derek Anderson, Cec Davis (manager), Arnold Jacobs Jr., Terry VanEvery (coach), Darren Zack, Geoff Bomberry, Stu Johnson, Al Gannette, Tony VanEvery (coach). (front row) Kevin Sault, Wayne Green, Roger Johnson, Bell Brown, Barry Miller, Bonnie Davis (treasurer, absent).

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