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UPDATE: Cloverdale to host 2022 U11 AAA provincial championships

Games to be held at Cloverdale Ball Park
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The Cloverdale U11 AAA Tier 2 Spurs will host their division’s provincial championship tournament July 28 - 31 at Cloverdale Ball Park. Back row (from left): coach Andy Neumann, coach Matt Pelzer, coach Ryan Bloomfield, coach Ryan MacDonald, coach Steve Skaling. Middle row: Chase Skaling, Mauricio Lopez-Lopez, Bryce Uren, Maddox MacDonald, Lucas Gilchrist, Bella Sandhu, Cooper McKnight. Front row: Jaxon Bloomfield, Gavin Pelzer, Lucas Sam, Joshua Ansley, Miller Neumann. (Photo submitted: Tanya Mcknight)

Cloverdale is hosting another provincial championship tournament.

The Cloverdale Spurs U11 AAA Tier 2 squad will host nine teams from across the province July 28 to 31. The teams that will be participating are: Abbotsford Angels, Campbell River Tyees, Cloverdale Spurs, Ladner Red Sox, Nanaimo Pirates, North Delta Rays, North Langley Trappers, Prince George Knights, Salmon Arm Hornets, and the Vernon Canadians.

“This very exciting event will be held right here at Cloverdale Ball Park with 10 of the best teams travelling from all over B.C. to compete for the championship,” Tanya McKnight told the Cloverdale Reporter.

McKnight, a team parent, said the big weekend begins with opening ceremonies and a skills competition on July 28 at 5 p.m.

“Games set to begin Friday at 8:30 a.m. continuing throughout the day and all over the weekend,” McKnight added.

McKnight said when the U11 team heard there may not be a host for provincials, the parents coaches and players jumped at the chance to host, even with a short turnaround time.

“We are trying our best to make this an amazing experience for everyone participating,” she said. “We could not make this possible without the hard work of the parents and the help and support from the community.”

McKnight asked if anyone in the community is willing to help, support, or volunteer in any way or offer a sponsorship or donation, she can be reached via email at u11spurs2022@gmail.com

“And please come out to cheer on your Cloverdale Spurs!”

All games to be played at Cloverdale Ball Park. There is no admission to watch the games.

Cloverdale Ball Park is located at 17383 61A Avenue.

For more info visit cloverdalebaseball.com. For tournament standings and game scores, visit bcminorbaseball.org.

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Full Game Schedule:

POOL A POOL B
Friday VisitorHome VisitorHome
8:30Field 1NanaimoNorth Delta Field 2AbbotsfordCampbell River
11:00Field 1North LangleySalmon Arm Field 2Prince GeorgeVernon
1:30Field 1CloverdaleNanaimo Field 2LadnerAbbotsford
4:00Field 1North DeltaNorth Langley Field 2Campbell RiverPrince George
6:30Field 1Salmon ArmCloverdale Field 2VernonLadner
Saturday
8:30Field 2NanaimoNorth Langley Field 1AbbotsfordPrince George
11:00Field 2North DeltaSalmon Arm Field 1Campbell RiverVernon
1:30Field 2North LangleyCloverdale Field 1Prince GeorgeLadner
4:00Field 2Salmon ArmNanaimo Field 1VernonAbbotsford
6:30Field 2CloverdaleNorth Delta Field 1LadnerCampbell River
Sunday
10:00Semi1Pool B2Pool A1
10:00Semi2Pool A2Pool B1
2:00BronzeLoser S1Loser S2
2:00GoldWinner S1Winner S2

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