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BTC Supports over 300 Aspiring Baseball Players
By Bahamas Telecommunications Company
Feb 6, 2018 - 10:41:25 AM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama - The Emera Baseball Park was teeming with the energy of 22 amateur baseball teams, as the Grand Bahama Amateur Baseball Association Little League, launched its 2018 season last week. As the primary sponsor of this year's event, BTC, was on hand along with government officials, coaches, baseball supporters and enthusiasts to cheer on the budding Major Leaguers. Over the course of the season, more than 300 youth will participate including the BTC sponsored team.

Pictured (L-R) is President of the GB Little League Stephen Adderley, Nerissa Lockhart-Saunders from the Ministry of Youth Sports & Culture, President of the Bahamas Baseball Association, Sam Rodgers, ISF Hall-of-Famer Oria Wood-Knowles, Youth Minister Hon. Michael Pintard along with ISF Hall-of-Famers Churchill Tener Knowles and Neko Grant.

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(Photograph Courtesy of BTC)





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