Provincial tournaments in Surrey

BC Minor Baseball championships hosted by Cloverdale, Surrey-Canadian

Three BC Minor Baseball provincial championships will be held in Surrey the weekend of Aug. 1-5.

The Cloverdale Minor Baseball Association will host the Mosquito A (11-and-under) and Mosquito AAA Tier I tournaments at the Cloverdale Ball Park.

The Pee Wee A (13-and-under) provincial championship tournament is at Lionel Courchene Park, hosted by the Surrey-Canadian Baseball Association.

Each tournament is expected to have 10 teams competing.

The Cloverdale Spurs won the Mosquito A championship a year ago.

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