Aldergrove Reds’ Ian Burns slides safely back into first in the Aldergrove Fall Ball Bantam Baseball Tournament opener against Vancouver Mounties

Bantam Boys Host Fall Ball Tournament

Aldergrove Fall Ball Bantam Baseball Tournament opener against Vancouver Mounties, Monday evening at Aldergrove Athletic Park

Aldergrove Reds’ Ian Burns slides safely back into first in the Aldergrove Fall Ball Bantam Baseball Tournament opener against Vancouver Mounties, Monday evening at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

The tourney runs nightly at 7 p.m. at Aldergrove and Abbotsford’s Townline Park, until Saturday when 10 games run at the two parks and Sunday when the playoffs and finals get underway.

There are two Aldergrove teams (Reds and Blues), along with teams from Langley, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Richmond, White Rock and two from the North Shore.

Spectators are welcome to catch the action all this week.

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