Photos: Penticton Tigers show off their skills during the July 13 jamboree

Sam Mullins with the Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division throws a strike during the skills competition on July 13.
Dawson Stewart with the Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division races home during the skills competition on July 13.
Jae Rutten with the Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division has his eyes on the prize as he races home in the skills competition on July 13. The Tigers hosted a one-day jamboree with teams from Kelowna and Kamloops.
Markus Messing with the Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division following an epic throw during the skills competition on July 13.
London Funk with the Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division prepares to whip the ball during the skills competition on July 13.

The Penticton Tigers in the Tadpole division hosted a one-day jamboree on July 13 with teams from Kelowna and Kamloops.

Parents, coaches, players and families enjoyed the warm weather last Saturday at the Penticton peach baseball field, while the four attending teams battled it out between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

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The jamboree also featured a skills competition to determine the best pitchers, fastest runners and furthest throwers on the teams. On July 20 and 21, the Tigers are playing in Abbotsford at the fourth annual Mid-Summer Classic.

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