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North Langley suffers another shutout

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. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
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.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times

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.

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