At Atlantic baseball championships
TIGNISH – West Prince teams at Atlantic AA baseball championships spent most of Friday on rain delay.
The West Prince Bantam AA Aces were leading the host Cardigan Clippers 5-2 after three innings when the rain hit in Cardigan around 11 a.m. It rained there off and on the rest of the day.
The Aces and Clippers are scheduled to resume their game on Saturday at 10 a.m., Aces head coach Dwayne Handrahan reported. However, that’s provided the field is dried out in time.
Meanwhile, over in Yarmouth, N.S., the West Prince Mosquito AA Aces had completed their warm-up and were about to hit the field for an 11:30 a.m. game when the rain hit. Mosquito
Aces head coach Nora Dorgan said only one game had been completed before the rain started, and there was torrential rainfall throughout the afternoon. She said teams were heading to a tournament dinner on Friday night, after which an adjusted schedule was to be ready for Saturday action.