Monday local sports
The Fredericton Swifty's Royals split a midget baseball double header against Miramichi -- they won 9-1, and lost 4-3.
In premier men's soccer, the Office Interiors Wanderers fell to visiting PEI 2-1. In B division play, the Lunar Rogue Moose Light Wanderers and Charlotte Country played to a 2-2 tie.
In FDSA girl's action, the under-12 premiership squad defeated the Fundy under-11 team 5-3, but lost 9-1 to the Fundy under-12 team. The Clark Toyota under-14 girls shut out Edmundston 4-zip.
Fredericton's Calvin Sutherland and Marc Pepin each earned a pair of championships at the Dieppe masters tennis event. The two of them teamed up to win the men's 30-doubles; Sutherland and Marc Deschenes came out on top in the 45-doubles category. Pepin prevailed in the 45-singles bracket.
Fredericton's Tony MacKinnon is the top local entering the fourth and final round of the provincial men's amateur in St. Andrews. MacKinnon is tied for 7th place, with a seven-over-par 223 total; he's six shots behind the leader, Moncton's Mathieu Gingras; Stephane Boudreau from Royals Oaks trails Gingras by two strokes. Three provincial team positions and six additional exemptions are up for grabs for the national men's amateur next month in Ontario.