It's what the team has worked towards all season, the chance to capture the North Saskatchewan River Baseball League title. The opportunity comes with the advantage of a home field game.
Following the opening series loss to Standard Hill Lakers in game one, the Brewers dug deep and returned for game two re-energized and determined to create a deciding game three. The Brewers stunned the Lakers in a decisive 17-3 victory assuring the Brew Crew the opportunity to capture the league championship on home diamonds.
Excitement has been building in Wilkie all day, Aug. 17, as home town fans are eagerly anticipating the chance to see their home team win a championship.
Kelvin Colliar, outgoing NSRBL Commissioner, will be at the game ready to hand out the league trophy one last time. Colliar will be inducted into the Sask. Baseball Hall of Fame on Aug. 20.
In an earlier interview, player Rob Cey, stated that the disappointing results of provincials was being used as motivation for the league chamipionship.
Several Brewers players will be part of the NSRBL all-star team competing at senior men's Western Canadian Baseball Championships in Saskatoon at Cairns Field Aug. 19-21. Rob Cey, Rick Cey, Tanner Huber, Braden Poleris and Mike Sittler are on that roster.