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Intercounty Baseball League introducing a new trophy

The new "Jack and Lynne Dominico Trophy" will be presented to either the Kitchener Panthers or Barrie Baycats
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The new Jack and Lynne Dominico Trophy seen here (submitted photo).

The name will stay the same, but the Kitchener Panthers and Barrie Baycats will have some new hardware to fight over during the IBL Final.

Officials with the Intercounty Baseball League are introducing a brand new "Jack and Lynne Dominico" IBL Championship trophy, said to have a more modernized look than the current --- and soon to be put out of service --- wooden prize that's been presented for close to 20 years.

"We have done a number of things to recognize our 100th season," said Commissioner John Kastner in a release. "We recognized the top 100 players in league history, we had special baseballs from Rawlings complete with out 100th season logo, we produced a fantastic book."

"All of those things were great initiatives but the trophy is the one thing that will create a lasting legacy for this, our 100th season."

The new trophy (shown above) is a traditional-looking cup made of nickel, mounted on a black base that has levels to it.

Enscribed on the base are all 99 league champions of the past and the IBL logo featured prominently.

This trophy was created by Wilson Trophy out of Mississauga.

We'll soon find out who will be the first to lift the new trophy.

Game 1 of the best-of-seven IBL Final goes tomorrow night in Barrie.

Game 2 goes from Jack Couch Park in Kitchener Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.

CLICK HERE for the full series schedule.





Mark Pare

About the Author: Mark Pare

Mark is a graduate of Canadore College in North Bay whose career has taken him through a number of spots across Ontario. He spent nearly a decade in the radio news industry in North Bay, Timmins and Waterloo Region
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