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NEWS: Nunavut June 29, 2016 - 9:51 am

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Warm weather and clear skies grace the first two days of Iqaluit's annual Canada Day-weekend softball tournament, with temperatures reaching into the double-digits. Clouds and cold winds moved in on the final day of the tournament July 3 and had many players retreating under blankets in the dugout when they weren't on the field. Team NASLs & Pitches went the distance after a long day of playoff rounds, beating out eight other teams to win the tournament and hoist the coveted Canada Day Cup trophy. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)
Warm weather and clear skies grace the first two days of Iqaluit's annual Canada Day-weekend softball tournament, with temperatures reaching into the double-digits. Clouds and cold winds moved in on the final day of the tournament July 3 and had many players retreating under blankets in the dugout when they weren't on the field. Team NASLs & Pitches went the distance after a long day of playoff rounds, beating out eight other teams to win the tournament and hoist the coveted Canada Day Cup trophy. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)

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