Junior Baseball League of Nassau won the national championship title.
By RENALDO DORSETT
Tribune Sports Reporter
THE Bahamas Baseball Association continued its National Championships over the weekend as Eleuthera hosted the 12U Division.
The Junior Baseball League of Nassau emerged as champions in the five-team field which also included Grand Bahama Little League, Eleuthera Junior Baseball League, Legacy Baseball and Andros.
JBLN won the gold medal with an 11-1 win over Grand Bahama Little League yesterday in Rock Sound, Eleuthera.
JBLN began the tournament with a 25-0 win over Andros but game two was a much tougher test when they played to a 4-4 tie against Legacy.
In game three, JBLN posted their second shutout with a 5-0 win over EJBL and followed with a 6-3 win over GBLL to earn a spot in the playoff round as the top seed.
They defeated the No.4 seed EJBL 11-1 and advanced to play for the gold medal.
The national tournament began in Grand Bahama over the Labour Day holiday weekend with the 6U (T-Ball), 16U and 18U divisions.
Freedom Farm won the 16U with a 9-0 win over JBLN and also took the 6U division 14-4 over Legacy.
GBLL emerged as the champions of the 18U division with a 10-6 decision over JBLN.
The National Championship series will be completed in New Providence June 27-30 with the final three divisions - 8U (Coach Pitch), 10U and 14U. The big event is set to be hosted at the JBLN Field of Dreams complex and the Freedom Farm Baseball League park.