Kisimmee, FL-Toyota, BIC Camera, Shoikki and Honda; the final four teams that have advanced to the 48th Annual Japan Women’s Softball League Championship Tournament.
Megan Wiggins leads the Japan Softball League in home runs (10) and RBI (24). Keilani Ricketts has 2.19 ERA with 9 wins and Natasha Watley has two home runs and 1 RBI.
The Championship Tournament takes place this weekend on October 31st and November 1st. This Saturday, games one and two will be played. Game one will pit Toyota against BIC Camera at 12 am (EST) while game two will have Toyoda loom (Shoikki) face Honda at 2:30 am (EST).
On Sunday you can expect the semi-finals at 9:30 pm (est), the final at 12:30 am (est) and the awards ceremony at 2:30 am (est). All tournament updates can be followed here on the live feed.
Also, check out this promo for the Japan Softball League Championship Tournament.
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