In men's slo-pitch playoff action, the DSmith A's took down the Carstar Rockies to advance in the A-Side bracket.

The Redeyes won over Centuries and they will face DSmith tonight. On the B-Side, Sons of Pitches knocked out Matheson Bay.

In the women's division, CUPE defeated Shear Heaven Clippers to head to the finals for the C-Side.

Tonight, Devil's Gap will see Northern Harbour on the A-Side. On the B Side – the Dunit Diamonds and Bat intentions will look to avoid elimination as they battle it out. While the Strykers take on DJ Services.

The Toronto Blue Jays have the day off today after their two-game win streak was snapped in their series finale against the Chicago Cubs, with a 7-5 loss last night.

Toronto will return to action tomorrow to kick off a 10-game road trip that begins with a three-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Blue Jays are currently third in the American League East and hold the final AL wild-card spot.

Canada takes on Sweden in quarterfinal action today at the women's world hockey championship in Denmark.

The Canadians finished second in their pool after ending the preliminary round with a 5-2 loss to the Americans on Tuesday.

Switzerland beat Japan 2-1 in a shootout to win today's first quarterfinal. Later, the U-S faces Hungary and Czechia takes on Finland. Canada is the reigning world and Olympic champion.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called out Hockey Canada yesterday, saying the organization's leadership has lost the confidence of the federal government and the Canadian public.

Trudeau made the comments to reporters after Hockey Canada's board of directors released a statement earlier this week in support of the president and chief executive officer Scott Smith and his executive team.

The vote of confidence came despite calls for a change in the organization's leadership as it deals with sexual assault allegations involving players from the 2003 and 2018 world junior teams.