Day two of the B.C. Minor Baseball double-A provincial championships was rained out so Friday's scheduled games were moved to Saturday morning. The weather did not co-operate Friday night and Saturday's game that was scheduled for 9am was delayed until 11:30am to allow the playing surface to dry out and receive some repairs in wetter areas. Once play was allowed to resume the Prince George Jepson Petroleum Knights took on the Burnaby Braves. The end of the game saw the Knights move to 2-0 in the tournament thanks to a 24-6 victory over the Braves. Barring any further weather delays, the Knights are scheduled to take on the Ladner Red Sox at noon on Sunday afternoon, and then they will take on the North Langley Trappers at 6pm. Both games will take place at field 1 at Nechako Park.
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