This team was formed from members of the Eastern Manitoba intermediate Baseball League to compete in a provincial playoff to determine the Manitoba Representative at the Western Canadians to be held in Nanaimo. Two separate simultaneous provincial tournaments were held with the two winners, Carman and Eastern All-stars, meeting in a best of three game final series. In their tournament held at Carberry the All-stars lost the first game and were required to win five straight 9-inning games to earn the victory. They also lost the first game against Carman in the finals but Don Maskiw pitched and won two 9-inning games on the same day to secure the trip west.  That trip was almsot cancelled when Air Canada went on strike but a chartered DC3 and a bus ride got them to Nanaimo just four hours before their first game. However, the All-stars were determined and talented as they went undefeated, climaxed by a 10-3 win over B.C for the title. Carl Watson earned the top pitcher award in the tournament and John Hindle earned the top hitter award.


Back row (L-R): Brock McConachy, Kim Bjornson, Ray Smith, Bob Kinley, Terry Owens, Eric Lister, Barry Wiebe, Brian Coates
Middle Row (L-R): John Hindle, John Melnick, Gerry Hogue, Arnold Asham, Andy Alexiuk, Don Maskiw, Gordie Selinger, Hank Lemoine, Don Asham,
Front Row (L-R): Wayne Seidler, Duane Alexiuk, Laura Watson, Yogi Happychuk, Chris Kowal, Carl Watson
Missing: Thom Wolstencroft, Rick Bozyk