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They are ready to face the champions PIF

anne-marie-desharnais-josee-veilleux(Sherbrooke) They are not considered to be the favorites. But the players IB Mini Excavation / Resto Bar formation Stanley seem ready to confront not only the defending champions of the local class, but also the world champions who will participate in the Invitation class activities this weekend.

With their two wins, members of the IB Mini Excavation club will compete in training Laiterie Coaticook / Construction J. Robitaille, who will try to defend his title in the local class.

“We wish to be party to the glory! The team Laiterie Coaticook probably afraid of us now! “Launches smiling Dean Josée Veilleux.

“We work hard, we are young, fast and our team spirit is excellent. All the girls come around the corner. It never lets go. We returned to the back is also in final round Tuesday with two outs in the table! “Says Lee Duplin.

In its third year of existence, the Sherbrooke training last hope to win the title.

Josée Veilleux is for its part in his 25th experience Pif. Again, it will also participate in the Invitation class. It could even be that she faces the world champions of slow ball, the team Derby Girls Combat.

“We finished fourth last year in the Invitation class. We still want to do better, “she said.

“If we confront Combat Derby Girls, it will be a good challenge, lead by Anne-Marie Desharnais side. Desired. This is by facing the best players that we become better! It will be fun and we will be there to learn. ”

Match of Champions

The Match of Champions bringing together personalities from regional sports will be presented Wednesday at 19 h 30 at Quintal Park.

Here is the composition of the teams.

Phoenix: Stéphane Julien, Jocelyn Thibault, Stéphane Robidas, Julien Bahl, Kevin Gilbert, Thomas Gregory, Hugo Roy, members of the media Gaudreau Jérôme Isabelle Perron, Matthew and Marc Beaumont Bryson and the retired skater Vanessa Grenier and former player of the Classique Pif Michel Laprise.

Pros: David Perron, Jeremy Gregory, Clément Jodoin, Stephane Waite, scout Luc Gauthier, Sylvain Lefebvre, Yanic Perreault, former player of the Classique Pif Serge Claude and members of the media Sébastien Goulet, Sébastien Lajoie, and Chantal Rivest Kim Vermette.

Amateurs: Xavier Desharnais, Pascal Plamondon, Sebastien Beaulieu, Renaud Legare, Jean-François Gregoire, Councilman Vincent Boutin, Marco Leclerc (President of the Classique Pif) and members of the David Brown Media, Richard Langlois and Valerie St-Jean .

Under the rain
Despite the rain, all activities of the Classique Pif took place Tuesday night at Quintal parks and Desranleau Bureau. “As long as it’s safe and that the land permitting, there will be games. If there are thunderstorms, lightning or heavy rain interferes with the conduct of a match, referees are evacuating the ground, “explains Jean-Charles Doyon, general manager of Pif.

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