SN Tyke #3 showcase not just elite ball skills but sportsmanship

Six Nations Tyke ball isn’t about winning or losing on the scoreboard but strictly having fun while developing close friendships, making memories and falling in love with the sport. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Playing Tyke ball is about laughing and creating those life-long memories while of course developing that strong passion for the sport. Enthusiastically taking the diamond at a recent home game were the Six Nations Tyke #3 who were consistently laughing and showing that strong enthusiasm during what was a 14-10 win against Port Dover. Among those who had a multi-hit performance was the ever smiling Hope Jamieson who according to coach Connie King, has along with the other players, really improved since that first game. “I like batting,” Jamieson, who is 6 years-old said about what she likes best about playing ball. She added with two older sisters that also play ball she loves “Hitting the ball.” Swinging hot bats, the Tykes were buzzing with…

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