XII Jr. Men's Softball World Championship 2018

07/07/2018 - 15/07/2018

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Softball Canada reappoints Jeff Ellsworth as Junior Men’s National Team Head Coach


Ellsworth took over as the team’s Head Coach shortly before the beginning of the WBSC Junior Men’s World Championship 2016 and led the team to a Bronze medal, and recently guided the team to a fourth-place finish at the 2018 event in Prince Albert, Canada.

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Global growth: 14 new nations enter WBSC Men’s Softball World Rankings in 2018


WBSC Men’s Softball World Rankings expands to record 48 nations. South Africa takes over as the top-ranked African nation. All five Olympic continents featured within the Top 12.

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Report: WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship a roaring economic success


According to the local organizing committee, the global event generated a profit of at least CAD$ 150,000, with a local economic impact of approximately CAD$ 10 million (almost US$ 7.6 million), including over 3,000 hotel room nights sold.

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Australia’s Layton Reid feels: “Astonished, amused, proud” #2018jrworlds


After the World Championship Game in Prince Albert we had a chance to interview Australia’s Manager Robert Harrow, winning pitcher Layton Reid, Japan’s Head Coach Yukihiro Tanaka and WBSC Softball Division Chairman Tommy Velazquez

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Australia crowned WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Champions 2018


Australia crowned today Junior Men’s Softball World Champions for the fifth time in history, defeating Japan, 6-1, with a historic performance by pitcher Layton Reid, who tossed a complete game no-hitter to lead his team to victory.

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Final standings

# Team  
1 AUS Roster   Stats
2 JPN Roster   Stats
3 NZL Roster   Stats
4 CAN Roster   Stats
5 ARG Roster   Stats
6 MEX Roster   Stats
7 CZE Roster   Stats
8 USA Roster   Stats
9 IND Roster   Stats
10 RSA Roster   Stats
11 GUA Roster   Stats
12 HKG Roster   Stats
13 DEN Roster   Stats


Tournament leaders

Statistics include all games.

Individual awards are based off of the statistics accumulated in the first and second rounds, excluding the bronze and gold medal games.

Statistics are updated in real time.

Statistics are subject to change once box scores are marked as official.