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Game 1 Results

Thursday, September 26, 2019

The Predators jumped out to an early 3-0 lead after taking advantage of a few walks and wild pitches, but the Kings chipped away and tied it up 3-3.

Into extras they go... The Predators cashed in a run to go ahead 4-3 going into the bottom of the 8th. With 2 out and the game on the line Brendon Dietrich hit a 2 run blast to take Game 1 for the Kings in walk-off fashion.

Let's hope the rest of the series is as exciting as game 1!!

Finals Begin

Monday, September 23, 2019

Gongratulations to the Kings and Predators on making the finals. Will the Kings repeat as Champs or can the Preds bring home their first KFL title?

Game 1 - Wed Sept 25
Game 2 - Mon Sept 30
Game 3 - Wed Oct 2
Game 4 - Mon Oct 7 (if nec)
Game 5 - Wed Oct 9 (if nec)

KFL all-stars give Aussies a challenge

Wednesday, July 19, 2017



Prior to embarking for the Yukon and the WBSC Men’s Softball World Championship in Whitehorse, the Aussie Steelers concluded their 10-game exhibition pit-stop in Milverton with a game against the Kitchener Fastball League all-stars this past week.

Despite a final score of 12-0 in favour of the senior men’s national team, the offensive tally certainly wasn’t indicative of the challenge the 15-member KFL squad presented for more than half the game.

With zeroes on the scoreboard for both teams after three innings, the group of all-stars got solid starting pitching from Doug Hoffman of the Bell Cartage Outlaws, who only allowed three hits to go along with two strikeouts.

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Tonight in Milverton: KFL All Stars vs. Aussie Steelers

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

This evening, the KFL will send a 16-man All Star squad to Milverton to battle the Australian Men's National Team, the final game in a 10-game series of exhibition contests to help the Aussies tune up for the 2017 Men's World Softball Championships, which begin on Friday in Whitehorse, Yukon.

The KFL All Stars - selected by team representatives and members of the Executive - will enter the game as massive underdogs, as the squad from Down Under has won its first nine exhibition contests by a combined score of 84-5.

The game will commence at 7:30 p.m. at Arand Field, part of the Perth East Recreation Complex in Milverton, approximately 45 minutes northwest of the KFL's home at Budd Park. See you there!

Help Wanted: Join The KFL Executive

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

As we enter the 2017 season, the KFL is seeking at least one new member for its five-person Executive, which fulfills the crucial functions of overseeing the league’s finances, scheduling, and overall administration. For detailed descriptions of the Executive roles, refer to section C of the KFL Constitution.

If you are interested in helping move the league forward, please contact current President Mike Brown about the available opportunities. The new Executive will be voted in at the league’s final preseason meeting on Tuesday, April 25 @ 7 p.m.

STANDINGS

Team G W L T P W%
Kings 24 21 2 1 43 0.875
Predators 24 17 7 0 34 0.708
Smoke 24 15 9 0 30 0.625
Brewers 24 12 12 0 24 0.500
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HOMERUN LEADERS

Name Team HR
Matt McLaren Kings 7
Chris Davis Athletics 4
Brett Pfeifer Selects 3
Dan Mitchel Kings 3
Brendon Dietrich Kings 2
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EXECUTIVE

President Dan Wakeford
Vice President Tim Wright
Treasurer Tom Allan
Director of League Relations Ron Woodworth
Director of Communications Dan Polischuk

FORMS / DOCS

  Constitution
  Blank Roster Form