Mosaic Stadium will be a rocking place on Sunday afternoon as the Saskatchewan Roughriders Labour Day Classic is completely sold out. The Riders will be welcoming the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday and have the backing of 33,350 fans.
Saturday will mark the return of the Riders Fan Day after a two-year halt. Fans are welcome at Mosaic Stadium Saturday afternoon to watch their team's final practice of the week. It'll be followed by an autograph session and activities on and off the field.
Training Camp begins for the Moose Jaw Warriors tomorrow at the Moose Jaw Events Centre. 68 players will be attending including 20 returnees and 48 others that are draft picks, listed players and camp invites. They will open the pre-season on September 9 at home against the Swift Current Broncos.
The U18 AAA Warriors look ahead to their first pre-season game on September 11 against the Swift Current Legionnaires. The team is still in need of billet families for some of their players, if you're interested reach out to email@example.com.
In Rambler Park Men's Fastball action last night, the Moose Jaw Giants beat the Canadians 10 to 7 in a wild game that went into an extra inning to earn the Rambler Park 2022 championship crown.
And the Toronto Blue Jays snapped a three-game skid on Monday coming from behind to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-4. They will try to make two in a row tonight as they take on the Cubs in the second game of their three-game series.
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