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Thursday March 8, 2018

Past players encouraged to take to diamond… jubilee, that is

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Autumn events for capital It may be officially autumn, but locals and visitors are spoilt for choice with festivals, fairs, events, and activities happening all over the capital in the next few weeks. Mayor Justin Lester says the next few weeks will have something for everyone, with most events, performances, and exhibitions free and accessible to all.   “We’re excited to be hosting the New Zealand Festival, Readers and Writers, and the Fringe Festival – and proud supporters of a variety of fun, family-friendly, and diverse events coming to town, further showcasing Wellington as the creative heart of New Zealand.”  Events are listed on the council’s events page.

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The above photo is of the Island Bay Softball Cardinals Cup team that played in a tournament in Christchurch in October 1961. Standing: M. Mulholland, G. Bavin, K. Jackson, P. Dapas, G. Wilson. Kneeling: E. Wong Shee, B. Criscillo, M. Persico, V. Costa, B. Harlen. Surviving members of the team will be among those to attend the club’s 75th Jubilee on March 16-18.

There will be a meet and greet at the clubrooms on Friday evening and a dinner with speeches from past presidents on Saturday night followed by a slow pitch softball game and barbecue on Sunday. President Paul Durkin encourages any former members and supporters of the club to come along. To register go to sporty.co.nz/islandbaysoftball/75th-Jubilee. PHOTO: Danny Mulholland

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