Parksville Royals members from the Comox Valley: Standing, from left: Jacob Volkers, Elijah Oelke, Owen Crouse, Tyler Newby and Kevin Mulrooney. Kneeling: Keitaro Adachi, Liam McNamee and Thomas Plant.

Royals baseball contains plenty of Valley flavour

Several Comox Valley baseball players have earned spots on teams in the Parksville Royals organization.

Thomas Plant, Liam McNamee and Keitaro Adachi made the bantam team, Owen Crouse, Elijah Oelke and Kevin Mulrooney

will play for the junior Royals, and Tyler Newby and Jacob Volkers made the senior Royals team.

The bantam team is holding a clinic for members of CVBA, April 11 at Aspen Park in Comox. They practice at Bill Moore Park in Courtenay.

The Royals compete in the B.C. Premier Baseball League.

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