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On Deck - Upcoming sporting events in Chilliwack

Huskers off to Kamloops

The Valley Huskers will travel to Kamloops for their first road game of the season this Saturday to have another shot at the Broncos. Chilliwack lost to Kamloops in their last matchup 49-33 when they played at Exhibition Stadium, Aug. 2. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. at Hillside Stadium.

Fraser Valley Golf event

Three golf clubs are launching the inaugural Fraser Valley Open golf tournament Aug. 30 to Sept. 1. The Falls, Sandpiper Golf Course and Chilliwack Golf Clubwill host 48 golf pros and 144 amateur golfers in a 54-hole competition. The registration deadline has been extended: go to vancouvergolftour.com for entry details.

Funding for ball tourney

The Chilliwack Minor Baseball Association will receive funding from the provincial government  in order to host the 2014 AAA Western Canada Championships Aug. 21 to 25 at Fairfield Island Sportsfield. The event funding comes in the form of a $5,000 grant from Hosting BC.

Show n’ Shine at speedway

Agassiz Speedway hosts a Show N’ Shine 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug 23. Fans enter for free, and cost for entering a car and driver is $5. Each registered car will receive a two-for-one admission for the evening races. A $100,000 ‘69 Chevelle from Idaho is among the confirmed cars to be shown.

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