Mike Davis for the Campbell River Mirror:-
The once thriving Campbell River Cricket Club that folded almost a decade ago has been reborn and is practicing twice weekly at the Carihi baseball diamond.
It’s not ideal, according to club president Jim Bagley, but they’ll make it work for now.
“We’ve been working with the city to try and get a pitch,” Bagley says. “We’ve been making some progress, but we’ll have to see how it goes. Getting a wicket around here would be absolutely fantastic.”
The team has been travelling down to Qualicum Beach to play, because there simply aren’t many places closer where a match will physically fit.