Six Langley baseball players — four from the Langley Baseball Association and two from North Langley Diamond Association — helped the Fraser Valley Chiefs win the Canadian national Big League championship.

Six Langley baseball players — four from the Langley Baseball Association and two from North Langley Diamond Association — helped the Fraser Valley Chiefs win the Canadian national Big League championship.

Langley players World Series-bound

Six local baseball players help Fraser Valley Chiefs qualify for Big League World Series in South Carolina

Team BC are the Canadian champs after pounding Quebec 19-4 in the national championship game on Saturday.

Langley’s Brad Warnock dorve in three runs, while Colton Beatty brought home a pair of runners.

The Canadian Big League championships were held in Windsor, Ont.

B.C. went 2-0 in the playoffs having also beat Alberta 3-0 in the semifinals.

In that game, Warnock threw a complete game two-hitter.

B.C. had gone 3-2 in the round robin.

Team BC, which has six Langley players on the roster, is now representing Canada at the Big League World Series in Easley, South Carolina.

The tournament begins today (July 24) and runs until July 31.

Playing on the B.C. squad were Walnut Grove’s Shane Younker and Tanner Smith and Langley’s Garrett Hamel, Griffin Hebert, Warnock and Beatty.