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Neufeld leads slate of softball inductees

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BEV Neufeld, head coach of Manitoba's 2009 Canada Games softball team, will lead a slate of nine athletes, builders and coaches and three teams as an all-around induction to the Manitoba Softball Hall of Fame on May 2.

Neufeld and her fellow inductees will be honoured at the eighth annual induction dinner in Brandon's Keystone Centre/Canad Inns. The Softball Hall of Fame is located in Portage la Prairie, which hosted the dinner last year. Neufeld will be the 17th individual inducted in the all-around category, which recognizes achievements and contributions in more than one area of athlete, coach and builder.

Named as athlete inductees are Debbie Baker of Brandon, Wayne Banman of Morden, Barry Braun of Altona, Dave Shyiak of Brandon, Jim Slevin of Matlock, Bev Workman of Brandon and, posthumously, Steve Clark of Brandon.

Wayne Griffin of Brandon is the builder induction while Allan McPherson of Minnedosa will be inducted as a coach.

Team inductions will include the 1930-1932 Brandon Empire/Olympias girls' softball team, the 1947 to 1952 Sperling girls softball team and the 1965 to 1969 Brandon 7-Up fastball team.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 13, 2009 C4

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