A Clearwater Pounder player waits for the catch while a Kamloops No Mercy player slides for second base.

Clearwater hosts slow-pitch

By Keith McNeill

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The Clearwater Pounder catcher reaches for a pop fly ball during a game against No Mercy from Kamloops.

Clearwater Pounder Kane Hall attempts to tag out a No Mercy player running for third base. Photos by Keith McNeill

Clearwater Pounder Rose Mann seems to be saying, “Yes, I have the ball,” as a Kamloops No Mercy player puts on the brakes. They were taking part in a 14-team slow-pitch tournament at Capostinsky Park over the May long weekend. Teams came from Prince George, Lumby, Kamloops, Williams Lake, Drayton Valley as well as Clearwater to take part.

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