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"Come And Support Your Team"

"Come And Support Your Team"

The Championship is well underway, but your support is needed to get the Black Sox home to a World Championship win.

This magnificent venue at Rosedale Park in Albany is for all to enjoy and with capacity seating of 3,500 seats are limited, so if you don't want to miss out, get your tickets now and support the Black Sox on their way to the Play-offs.
With some great games still to come, there are still a few seats available for tomorrow through until Thursday.

The two teams in Pool B who haven't lost a game, the Black Sox and Canada.

Both teams had decisive wins today the Black Sox over Japan 7-0 and Canada took on Mexico and should be feeling confident going into this crucial game tomorrow after the 6 -0 win..... Tomorrow is shaping up to be one of the best match-ups of this Championship. Tickets are still available for this game so get down here, support your team and enjoy everything the Tradestaff ISF Men's World Softball Championship has to offer.


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