North Langley pitcher Payton Farnese winds up during early tournament play at the 2014 Little League BC Provincial Championship underway at Walnut Grove Community Park.

North Langley pitcher Payton Farnese winds up during early tournament play at the 2014 Little League BC Provincial Championship underway at Walnut Grove Community Park.

North Langley suffers another shutout

Little League championships come to an end this weekend to find out which B.C. team will head to nationals.

The provincial little league championship has been a rough tournament for host team North Langley, suffering a third loss and a second shutout on Tuesday.

Trail won the late afternoon game 10-0 in play at the George Zarrelli Diamond in Walnut Grove Community Park.

That comes after the two games on Saturday and Sunday, that recorded a 7-1 loss to Beacon Hill and a 7-0 defeat by South Vancouver.

At press time, Langley had three more games pending in the round-robin that concludes this Sunday, July 27.

Langley is the host team of the B.C. Championships, while White Rock, which plays in the same district, won the district championship.

Langley Times