1975 AT VANCOUVER, B.C. (CAPILANO STADIUM)


1         ALBERTA                 3-4           G. EVERARD, D. ANDERSON, 9 (L)

2         NEW BRUNS.          1-4           D. ROTTMAN (L)                                                                           B. JAMIESON--3 HITS

3         VANCOUVER           6-4          G. NEVILLE (W) ANDERSON (9)                                                  NEVILLE--10 K's                        

4         ONTARIO                17-2          J. FALK,  R. RAMSEY                                                                   BOB THOMPSON (HR)

1971 AT KENOSEE LAKE, SASK.  (5-team Round Robin Tournament--Western Canada plus Ontario)


1         KENOSEE LAKE     1-0

2         ALBERTA                 4-0

3         ONTARIO                 9-6            G. EVERARD,  T. BRIDGETT (W) (2)                                          B. McCONECY (HR) R. CRUISE (HR)

1970 AT BRANDON, MANITOBA    (Manitoba represented by the Transcona Bisons and MSBL Host Team)

             

               ​TRANSCONA


1           NOVA SCOTIA       8-5           R. TOEWS (W)

2           QUEBEC                0-5

3           NEW BRUNS.        1-6                                                                                                               

4           B.C.                        0-1            L. LISOWSKI (L)        TRANSCONA ELIMINATED                    LISOWSKI--3-HIITER,


​        MSBL HOST TEAM


1           ONTARIO               1-3            G. NEVILLE (L) HODGSON

2           P.E.I.                       6-0            G. SCOTT (W)

3           ALBERTA               5-2            B.THOMPSON, G. KEATING (5), L. MORRISON (W) (6)          M. Smith (HR)

SEMI    SASK.                     1-4            B. THOMPSON (L)     HOST TEAM ELIMINATED

1972 NATIONALS (WESTERN CANADA ONLY)


1          SASK.                       7-8              

2          B.C.                          11-7  

FINAL  SASK.                      4-20                                                                                                                                                                 


Mantoba's Bob Thompson, California native Rick Cruise and M. Katnesky each hit homers in the semi-final loss to Sask. Thompson named

tournament MVP. Manitoba's Thompson, Cruise, Garth Neville and Barry Jamieson named to Canada's National team.

1979 MANITOBA--SASKATCHEWAN QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT AT CARMAN, MB.


1        SASK                          0-3           J. FALK (L)                                                                                   FALK--12 STRIKEOUTS

2        SASK                         17-4          G. NEVILLE (W) G. SELLINGER (9)                                      BARRY WIEBE (HR), BOB KINLEY--4 HITS

                                                                                                                                                              BILL KINLEY--3 HITS (HR)

3        SASK                          2-3                                                                                                          


                                                                                                                                                                                   

1977 AT SEVERAL TOWNS IN WESTERN MANITOBA


1         QUEBEC                  11-0           D. ROTTMAN (W)                                                                       ROTTMAN--2-HIT SHUTOUT, 12 STRIKEOUTS

2         B.C.                           2-5            J. FALK (L)

3         N. SCOTIA               14-3           K. VERTZ, R. HLADY (W)                                                          G. LEDUCHOWSKI (HR)                                                      

4         SASK                        3-5            R. RAMSEY (L), FALK (8) THOMPSON (9)


MANITOBA HOST TEAM

1         P.E.I.                         13-3          R. LYND (W)

2         ALBERTA                  2-1           B. HODGSON (W)                                                                              R. CRUISE (HR)

3         NEWFOUNDLAND   12-3         R. SEAFOOT, (W) CHUCHMUCH (8)                                          M. LABOISSIERE (HR) R. FALLIS (HR)      

4         ONTARIO                  4-1           G. NEVILLE (W)

5         NEW BRUNS.           13-0         G. EVERARD, CHUCHMUCH (W) ( 4) ANDERSON (7)

SEMI  B.C.                            5-6          G. EVERARD, LYND (3) ANDERSON (L) NEVILLE (10)


Manitoba host team scores 49 runs while allowing just 14 with a record of 5-1. Best showing in Manitoba National tournament history. D. McPhail named

tournament MVP

1974 AT NORTH BATTLEFORD (HOST TEAM), SASKATCHEWAN


1         B.C.                          4-5            G. SCOTT (L)                                                                               B. THOMPSON (GS)

2         NEW BRUNS.          2-6

3         QUEBEC                  0-9            F. STEWART (L)                                                                           QUEBEC HITS 4 HR'S, ALLOWS ONE HIT

4         N. BATTLEFORD     0-10          B. HODGSON (L)                                                                         HODGSON COMPLETE GAME LOSS

5         P.E.I                          6-3            J. ARAUJO (W) SEAFOOT (7)                                                    ARAUJO (4x4)


Manitoba's worst showing in National tournament history. Scores 12 total runs while allowing 33 including getting shutout twice.

MANITOBA AT CANADIAN NATIONAL BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS

                              CANADIAN NATIONAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS     

                                       WESTERN CANADA BASEBALL      MANITOBA BASEBALL 

1976 AT CHATHAM, ONTARIO


1         NEW BRUNS.          9-8            R LYND, SCOTT (W)  (7)                                                             FURMAN (HR) JAMIESON (HR) FISHER (HR)

2         ONTARIO                 5-3            J. FALK (W)                                                                                  FURMAN (HR) B. READY and D. LOWES--3 hits

SEMI  CHATHAM (HOST)  3-4            G. NEVILLE (L)

4         NEW BRUNS.         11-9           LYND,  FALK (W)    (BRONZE MEDAL GAME)                           LYND (HR)


Manitoba 3rd baseman Stan Furman named to all-tournament team

1978 AT SASKATCHEWAN


1         B.C.                          6-11         HODGSON, HLADY (L) FALK (7) SEAFOOT (8)                   R. FALLIS (HR), R. McFADYEN (HR), LABOSSIERE (HR)

2         SASK                        8-9           J. FALK (L)                                                                             FALK--COUGHS UP 8-3 LEAD, GIVES UP 3 HR's,

                                                                                                                                                            BASES LOADED WALK---R. McFADYEN (GS)

3         ALBERTA                 4-13          G. EVERARD (L) RAMSEY (3), SEAFOOT (5)

4         P.E.I                          8-4            G. NEVILLE (W)

5         QUEBEC                  8-3                      

GM       OPPONENT     SCORE            RESULTS                                                                          NOTES

1973 AT EDMUNDSTON, NEW BRUNSWICK    


1           ALBERTA                3-0            D. ROTTMAN (W)  and  C. SEAFOOT                                        ROTTMAN--3-HIT SHUTOUT, 10 K's

2           Host team                4-1

3           ONTARIO                4-5          

4           NOVA SCOTIA        9-6

5           P.E.I                        10-0          R. RAMSEY (W)

SEMI    SASK                       4-2           D. ROTTMAN (W)  and  C. SEAFOOT                                         ROTTMAN--6-HITTER, 10 K's  SEAFOOT--2x4

FINAL   B.C.                        7-10          G. HODGSON (L) NEVILLE (1) RAMSEY (2) ROTTMAN (7)      THOMPSON (HR), WILSON (GS)


Team Manitoba scores 44 runs while allowing 22 with a record of 5-2. Third baseman Roy McLaulan led the tournament with 4 home runs.

Dave Rottman tournament MVP (2-0 allowing one earned run in 21 innings pitched--0.43 ERA, both all-time Team Manitoba records).

Rottman, Neville, and Thompson named to Canada's National team. Rottman later declared ineligible.