SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 11
A pair of provincial golf championships continue and wind up today at the Moon Lake Club near Saskatoon. The 68th Junior Women’s Amateur, with 10 entrants, and the 92nd Junior Men’s Amateur, with 54 competitors, will each play three rounds of stroke play. The low four in each event will advance to represent Saskatchewan at the respective Canadian championships.
World Cup of Soccer in Russia:
England vs Croatia—Noon
(Winner advances to Sunday’s final against France.)
The World Baseball-Softball Confederation’s 12th Junior Men’s Softball World Championship continues today and runs through Sunday in Prince Albert. Canada is one of 13 countries taking part. The teams are split into two pools for round-robin preliminary play, followed by playoffs. Canada has 4 wins, 0 losses…good for 1st place in Pool B. Canada is idle today. There are four games scheduled, beginning at 12:30 p.m., at Prime Ministers Park, Field 1
Saskatoon Amateur Softball Association:
Bob Stayner Women’s Division—2 games at 6:45 p.m.
Tigers vs Selects Under-19s at Glenn Reeve #3
Lady Diamondbacks vs White Sox Selects Under-19s at Glenn Reeve #4
Vic Loewen Women’s Division—2 games at 6:45 p.m.
Connexion vs Aftershock at Glenn Reeve #5
Grand Aces vs Fury at Glenn Reeve #6
Lisa Down Women’s Division—2 games at 6:45 p.m.
Mavericks vs O-T-P at Glenn Reeve #7
Martensville Prairie Heat vs O-B-I at Glenn Reeve #8
Keith McLean Men’s Division—4 games
Bruno Merchants vs Delisle Diamond Dogs—doubleheader at 6:45 p.m. at Bob Van Impe Stadium
Diamondnbacks Under-23s vs Angels—6:45 p.m. at Joe Gallagher Field
Diamondbacks vs Cubs—late game at Joe Gallagher Field
Major League Baseball:
Inter-League—3 night games
Toronto Blue Jays at Atlanta Braves—5:35 p.m.
American League—2 day games, 4 night
National League—2 day games, 4 night
The Canadian Football League returns to action tomorrow when Week 5 of the season starts with Calgary at Ottawa. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are off until Thursday, July 19th when they visit the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The Green and White have 2 wins, 2 losses for 4 points…tied for 2nd place in the West Division. Hamilton has 2 wins, 2 losses for 4 points…tied for 1st place in the East Division. The Riders next home game is Saturday, July 28th against the Calgary Stampeders. Game time is 7 p.m. at Mosaic Stadium in Regina.