FRIDAY, JAN. 27: Players interested in suiting up for the men’s national basketball team should attend a special meeting on Thursday, February 2 at 6pm at Saltus gym.

Coach Roderick Spencer will be on hand to speak on what direction he plans to take the team and will include discussion about the 2013 Island Games being held here in Bermuda and the Caribbean Basketball Championships.

Softball

The Commercial Softball League team registration deadline is today.

The league is accepting applications for the Men’s, Coed and 5 n 5 divisions.

For people wishing to enter a team, please call Danny Cook at 292-0334 or e-mail him at dcsvos@logic.bm.

One rule change was the various leagues would now play on designated nights rather than rotating as it had been in previous seasons.

The home run rule was also changed at the AGM held last week. Each team will now be allowed one home run per inning and one out of the park single per inning. All subsequent balls hit out of the park will result in an out. If a woman hits the first OOP homerun it will count as the team’s home run. However, after the team has hit their allowed OOP homerun, all subsequent homeruns by a woman will count as a homer. The season is expected to start February 6.

Rugby

Warwick Academy was the big winner in the annual Primary School Flag Rugby Tournament at Shelly Bay Field on Thursday. A total of 14 primary schools took part. Warwick Academy beat St David’s 3 to 2 in the Boys’ A Final and it also beat Saltus 3-2 in the B Final.

Saltus won the Girls’ Final 3-1 over Francis Patton.