PROUD TRADITION SINCE 1919
The Guelph Royals and London Majors competed in a historic exhibition game on August 21st. The game took place at Labatt Memorial Park, and allowed the London stadium to continue an impressive run as the longest continuously used ballpark in the world at 144 years.
The Majors took the victory with a score of 3-0 after London starter Owen Boon pitched six scoreless innings.
Evan Kiser started for the Guelph Royals and went two innings while giving up one run.
The Royals would like to thank the London Majors for the opportunity to compete in such a historic game.