Gallery: EPFD/EPPD Charity Softball Game

Fire beats Police in contest to benefit E.P. Central Little League

Photos by Tyler Maxwell
Posted 9/29/22

EAST PROVIDENCE — "The Battle of the Badges" charity softball game between members of the East Providence Firefighters Local 850 and the East Providence Police Officers IBPO Local 569 took …

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Gallery: EPFD/EPPD Charity Softball Game

Fire beats Police in contest to benefit E.P. Central Little League

Posted

EAST PROVIDENCE — "The Battle of the Badges" charity softball game between members of the East Providence Firefighters Local 850 and the East Providence Police Officers IBPO Local 569 took place Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Harry Mutter/Agawam Field Complex. Fire got the better of Police, 31-6.

The game was played to benefit East Providence Central Little League.

The winners not only gained bragging rights for the year, but also took home the Townie Cup. 

— East Providence Post and eastbayri.com contributing photographer Tyler Maxwell shot the accompanying gallery of photos.

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