Johns, Newfoundland had shaky and nervous starts in their opening games, but when they regrouped and settled down, they played some excellent and entertaining fastball to carry them into the ISC II Championship game. The Boys from the Rock rode the strong arm of South African newcomer Tidima Kekana, who finished with a record and had 53 strikeouts in his 36 innings of work Leading the attack for the 3CP squad were Shane Kelly, Irma Tigers had a perfect record and had allowed only one run against in their three games while pounding out 28 runs of their own. Steven Normand finished with three wins and Michael Roote picked up the other victory sharing time on the mound for the Albertans. The Tigers with the unblemished record took the direct route to Championship game while the team from St.
Ponsonby, New Zealand
St Edmundsbury Local History - St Edmundsbury in the late Twentieth Century
During her time in Auckland she walks up a track in the Ponsonby area subsequently named for her as Franklin Road. Responding to a Maori request for holy women to teach the children, the sisters of Mercy had arrived in Auckland from Ireland in already fluent in the Maori language. Their first school and orphanage was situated near St Patrick's Cathedral. Almost unaided the sisters erect a three storey convent building and open it in
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The people had changed and a way of life had disappeared. Wartime austerity, however, had not ended. Rationing continued, families were still separated in many cases, and homes were destroyed. Long term issues replaced the day to day survival of the war, and the economy was totally geared to munitions production and had to be turned around.