Blue Jays win provincial championship

Surrey Canadian team claims 11U title at Lionel Courhene Park

The Surrey Canadian Blue Jays gathered for a team photo with their BC Baseball banner, after winning the 11U AA championship last weekend at Lionel Courchene Park.

The Blue Jays edged the Newton canadians 8-7 in 10 innings in the championship game. In the photo are: (back row, left to right)

assistant coach Arjan Manhan and coach Philip Quan, (centre row) Patrick Jaworek, Adam Wallz, Evan Quan, Dylan McKay and Devah Manhan, (front row) BC minor rep Janice Wright, Katelyn Foubert, Evan Brewer, Delaire Dhaliwal, Bailey D’Cruze, Cody Pac, Tyler Innes and Nathan Voyer.

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