Sponsors needed for Mosquito provincials

SURREY – Two young Cloverdale baseball teams are competing in front of a home crowd at this weekend’s double provincial tournament – and their association is looking for sponsors or gift baskets to help make the tourney a successful one.

 

The Cloverdale Minor Baseball Association is hosting the U11 (Mosquito) AAA Tier 1 and U11 (Mosquito) A Provincial Championships, which start today (July 30) and run until Sunday (Aug. 2).

 

The provincials are being held at Cloverdale Ball Park.

 

The CMBA is seeking businesses or individual donors who would like to sponsor the tourneys. It is also looking for donations of silent auction prizes, gift baskets, or the like.

 

If you can help make the tournaments a success, please email mosquitoaaaprovincials@gmail.com beau.simpson@thenownewspaper.com

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