A game that was rained out earlier this season in Kelowna involving the HarbourCats and Kelowna Falcons has been rescheduled to July 1 at Royal Athletic Park in Victoria, and will be played as the second game of a doubleheader.

The teams were rained out twice during a series on June 10-12 at Kelowna’s Elks Stadium, and only one game could be made up.  Due to scheduling constraints, the HarbourCats not travelling to Kelowna again this season, the final game of that series will be played when Kelowna visits Victoria.

The HarbourCats and Falcons are scheduled to play a three-game series at Royal Athletic Park from June 30 to July 2 at Victoria’s Royal Athletic Park, and the make-up game will be added as the second half of a doubleheader on July 1.

The regularly scheduled game on July 1 will still begin at 1:00pm, with the second game beginning approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one.  The HarbourCats will bat first as the ‘away’ team in the second game.

A ticket for July 1 will be honored for admission to both games.


Currently riding a franchise record 11-game winning streak, including a 9-0 mark at home, the Victoria HarbourCats are gearing up for another action packed week on and off the field at Royal Athletic Park.

The team will host a special non-league game on Wednesday before resuming West Coast League play hosting a weekend series against the Kitsap Blue Jackets.

Here is the schedule and promotional details for games this week in Victoria:

Wednesday, June 22—6:35pm vs. Victoria Selects (Gates open at 5:30pm)

The HarbourCats play a non-league game against a Victoria Selects team that is comprised of the best amateur players in Victoria and are coached by former Seals professional player Charlie Strandlund.

All seats for this game are “rush seating” and are $10 (plus the usual charges/taxes).

This game is Salute To Legion Night.  The HarbourCats will honor local Royal Canadian Legions and Legion members throughout this game.

Friday, June 24—6:35pm vs. Kitsap Blue Jackets (Gates open at 5:30pm)

This is the second Forces Friday of the season presented by Galaxy Motors.  All Canadian Forces members and first responders receive a general admission seat for just $5 when showing their identification upon purchase at the HarbourCats office or at the gate (Does not apply to online sales).

This Friday’s game is also Faith Night, and the HarbourCats will welcome groups from Retirement Concepts and The Wellesley.

Online Tickets: http://www.ticketrocket.co/event/details/84367/victoria-harbourcats-vs-kitsap-bluejackets

Saturday, June 25—6:35pm vs. Kitsap Blue Jackets (Gates open at 5:30pm)

This will be an action-packed day at RAP. Before the game, the HarbourCats will host the first Mats, Bats and Beats with Lululemon and Moksha Yoga. People will have a chance to do yoga on the RAP field and can come to the park and meet the players from 2:30pm on, and then starting at 4pm there will be a one-hour yoga class open to everyone.

It’s also Christmas in June with B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation with lots of themes around Christmas throughout the game. There will also be youth camps prior to the game.

Online Tickets: http://www.ticketrocket.co/event/details/84390/victoria-harbourcats-vs-kitsap-bluejackets

Sunday, June 26—1:00pm vs. Kitsap Blue Jackets (Gates open at 5:30pm)

This is Monk Office Supplies Gameday and Bark in the Park presented by Bosley’s on Yates.  Fans are invited to bring your dog to this special game, just bring a leash and be responsible for any messes your dog may create.

Online Tickets: http://www.ticketrocket.co/event/details/84370/victoria-harbourcats-vs-kitsap-bluejackets

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