Newfoundland Labrador At Canada Games
Male Teams At Canada Games
Newfoundland Labrador have participated in seven Canada Games since 1969.
In 54 Games, Newfoundland Labrador have an Overall Record of 34 Wins and 20 Losses.
NL captured two Bronze Medals at the Canada Games, the first in 1997 and the latest in 2005.
Halifax Nova Scotia August 20 to 25
3 Wins-3 Losses (6th Place Finish)
Province represented by Goose Bay with four pickups
Goose Bay 4 vs New Brunswick 0
Goose Bay 8vs British Columbia 4
Goose Bay 2 vs Ontario 5
Goose Bay 0 vs Saskatoon 1
Goose Bay 4 vs Yukon 1
Goose Bay 2 vs Nova Scotia 11
Wins Pitched: Ford Metcalfe 2 and Ross Crocker 1
Top Batter: Ford Metcalfe 8-22 .364
Kenny Sabard, Kevin Lane, Len Kalichak, John McLaren, Ed McLay, Dave Standing, Al Derno, Gene Bell, Andre Desmarais, Ernie Peters, Everett McLean, Loyola Mackey, Ross Crocker, Ford Metcalfe, Pat Greene, Bob McLay-Manager, Ken Eglington-Coach.
Thunder Bay Ontario August 11 to 15
3 Wins-3 Losses (9th Place Finish)
NL 4 vs. Alberta 0
NL 0 vs. New Brunswick 3
NL 1 vs. British Columbia 11
NL 3 vs. Nova Scotia 6
NL 2 vs. Manitoba 0
NL 3 vs. Northwest Territories 1
Tony Byrne, Calvin Walker, Don Hillier, Derek Baggs, Gerry Manning, Len Wakeham, Peter Brocklehurst, John Hill, Phil Pittman, Brian Mooney, Wish Pittman, Dave Feener, Glenn Littlejohn, Jack Ring, Pat Gale, Dave Gin, Calvin Burke, George Pomroy, Len Hickey-Manager, Frank Brocklehurst-Coach.
Saskatoon Saskatchewan August
5 Wins-2 Losses (4th Place Finish)
Ted Russell, Wally Hynes, Donny King, Scott Mercer, Jody Dwyer, Mark Dwyer, Rod Keefe, David Whalen, Darren Mercer, Chris Browne, Robbie Jesso, Shawn Tricco, Andre Costigan, Marty Murphy, Colin Abbott, John Hill-Manager, Albert Dalton-Coach, Fred Jackson-Coach.
Kamloops BC August
6 Wins-2 Losses (4th Place Finish)
NL 11 vs. Northwest Territory 0
NL 5 vs. Saskatchewan 1
NL 2 vs. Manitoba 1
NL 9 vs. Nova Scotia 2
NL 1 vs. PEI 2
NL 1 vs. Nova Scotia 5
Donny Cleary, David Connors, Tony Dunphy, Scott Dwyer, Scott Gorman, Harold Kelly, Ed McDonald, Rob O’Brien, Darryl Pittman, Craig Power, Steven Rice, Mike Tilley, John Veitch, Chris Walsh, Greg Webber, Chris Beresford-Manager, Brian Dunphy-Coach, Albert Dalton-Coach.
Brandon Manitoba August 10 to 15
5 Wins-4 Losses (3rd Place Finish-Bronze Medal)
NL 1 vs. Ontario 5
NL 5 vs. Alberta 0
NL 21 vs. Northwest Territory 2
NL 12 vs. New Brunswick 5
NL 2 vs. Quebec 4
NL 8 vs. Nova Scotia 3
NL 2 vs. Ontario 8
NL 4 vs. British Columbia 14
NL 5 vs. Quebec 4
Top Batter: Liam O’Keefe 9-19 .474BA
Top Pitcher: Ryan O’Neill 2-0 1.000
Jamie Tobin, Ryan O’Neill, Scott Pittman, Doug Marshall, Liam O’Keefe, Doug Devereaux, Chris Maher, Brent Osmond, Chris Keats, Kevin Power, George Gushue, Doug Croft, Robbie Greene, Chris Jacobs, Trent Butt, Seamus O’Keefe-Manager, Ted Schabell-Coach, Albert Dalton-Coach.
NOTE: First NL Softball Team to Win a Medal at Canada Games.
London Ontario August
4 Wins-3 Losses (5th Place Finish)
NL 6 vs. British Columbia 7
NL 7 vs. Manitoba 4
NL 10 vs. New Brunswick 2
NL 2 vs. Nova Scotia 9
NL 5 vs. Saskatchewan 10
Geoff Evely, Bryan Clarke, Shane Gamberg, Jason Hill, Jerry Dalton, Leon Cantwell, Brad Mullaley, Stephen Mullaley, Brent Roach, Ryan Trenchard, Adam Janes, Lee Cose, Sheldon Keefe, Evan Connors, Gary Bruce, Doc Ballard-Manager, Hughie Clarke-Coach, John Hill-Coach.
Regina Saskatchewan August 15 to 20
8 Wins-3 Losses (3rd Place Finish-Bronze Medal)
NL 6 vs. Manitoba 13
NL 3 vs. British Columbia 12
NL3 vs. Ontario 4
Mark Lewis, Blair Pittman, Wayne Bruce, Cody Kelly, Jonathan Kane, Sheldon Keough, Justin Gill, Michael Gregory, Tony Meade, Ryan Boland, Shane O’Brien, Chris Walsh, Adam Doyle, Josh Lee, Brad Ezekiel, Joe Kelly-Manager, Jeff Kirk-Coach, Dave Boland-Coach.