Cranbrook U13 Bandits are Slugfest champions

After going 4-0 in round-robin play the Bandits beat the Calgary Cubs in the championship game

The Cranbrook U13 Bandits are champions of the 2019 Slugfest Tournament.

The Bandits went to take a 17-7 win over the Calgary Cubs in the championship game.

There were five teams in the tournament all vying to be champions. Visiting teams included the Kimberley All-Stars, Lethbridge Mounties, Inland Empire Astros and the Calgary Cubs.

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The Bandits went 4-0 in round-robin play, where all teams had a chance to play each other before being seeded in the playoffs.

Kicking off the tournament on July 12 the Bandits won 16-1 over the Kimberley All-Stars and 14-10 against the Calgary Cubs. Then for the second day of action, the Bandits won 15-0 against the Lethbridge Mounties and 3-1 against the Inland Empire Astros.



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