Eagles host BCPBL Championships

The Victoria Premier Eagles will host the 2015 Quality Foods BCPBL Championship July 30-Aug. 3.

The Victoria Premier Eagles welcome Victoria baseball fans to a thrilling weekend of baseball July 30 to Aug. 2 and 3, when they host the 2015 Quality Foods BCPBL Championship.

Hosted in conjunction with the Victoria HarbourCats at Royal Athletic Park’s Sports Traders Diamond, the competition will showcase much of the top baseball talent in British Columbia.

This weekend the final four teams, the North Shore Twins, Victoria Eagles, Nanaimo Pirates and Okanagan Athletics will battle it out for the championship.

Play starts at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 31 with the Twins versus the Athletics.

The opening ceremonies kick off at 4:30 p.m. followed by the Eagles versus Pirates at 5:30 p.m.

Saturday’s games begin at 10 a.m. with the Pirates vs. Athletics, the Twins vs. the Pirates at 12:30, Eagles vs. Athletics at 3 p.m. and the Twins vs. Eagles at 5:30 p.m.

On Sunday, semifinals begin at 10 a.m. and finals are at 12:30 p.m.

Admission is $2/student per game and $5/adult per game or $20/weekend pass or $40/family pass

The Victoria Eagles Premier squad is part of Victoria Eagles Baseball and draws players from across the Capital Region.

For more information, contact tournament director Sandy Smith at gemssmith@shaw.ca or 250-217-0028.

 

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Homeless shelter at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre creates 40 jobs

The arena can house 45 people in pop-up pods

Bears spotted near Saanich lake spooked by police, wandered off

Bear, cub not seen over weekend but police ask residents to be on alert

Victoria’s 75,000 veggie plants ready to find a home

New gardeners line-up for Get Growing Victoria

Bike lane closed, traffic impacted by landscaping in Metchosin

Construction begins May 25, to be complete by mid-July

Vancouver Island hasn’t seen a new homegrown case of COVID-19 in two weeks

Island’s low and steady transmission rate chalked up to several factors

‘Paralyzed by fear’: B.C. woman details anxiety, grief at Italian relief hospital

Sheila Vicic spent two months in Italy as the country grappled with COVID-19

Dr. Bonnie Henry given new name in B.C. First Nation ceremony: ‘one who is calm among us’

The provincial health officer was honoured in a May 22 ceremony at elementary school in Hazelton

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in ways that would have… Continue reading

CAMH survey looks at binge-drinking, financial anxiety during COVID

Alcohol may be used as a coping mechanism for those whose careers may have been sidelined due to the pandemic

Half of Canadians say governments are hiding something about COVID-19: poll

More than a third of people believe the virus was created in a lab

Dump truck in Nanaimo snags power lines, snaps hydro pole, crashes

No injuries in incident Monday morning on Old Victoria Road

Ferry sailings scheduled once again at Nanaimo’s Departure Bay terminal

BC Ferries announces that resumption of service June 3 includes four daily round trips

Island Health signs working agreement to turn former Comox hospital into a ‘dementia village’

Island Health has signed a project development agreement with Providence Living to… Continue reading

Most Read