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Canora Supers coach reflects on Championship season

Team beat Yorkton Marlins in four games to win SESBL championship.

YORKTON – The Canora Supers were in Yorkton at Jubilee Park on the evening August 3 when they beat the Marlins in four games to win the South East Senior Baseball League Championship.

This is the second year in a row that the Supers faced off against the Marlins in the league finals, winning the championship in 2021 as well.

"This year we had a 12 game regular season, but it kind of got cut short because of the weather," said Greg Andreychuk, head coach for the Supers, adding, "all the rain during the year kind of cut everyone's season down – I think we ended up playing ten our of the twelve games."

Andreychuk said the team beat the Marlins 3-1 in the best of five final.

Though the league or team doesn't officially name an MVP, Andreychuk said that Kody Rock was their top player.

"He's the top pitcher in the league – he's one of our top two or three hitters," said Andreychuk, adding, "it's kind of universally known that he's the top player in the league."

When asked if he was excited for his team, Andreychuk replied with, "heck yeah!"