Many slowpitch teams gathered in Kelowna to help strike out cancer.
From Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 4, the Strike Out Cancer Canadian slow pitch tournament is being held at Mission Recreation Park.
More than 150 players are playing in the co-ed tournament that follows the National Softball Association (NSA) Canada rules.
The first and second-place teams will be receiving a cash prize.
A home run derby is also taking place during the tournament.
Admission is free to the public and there is a concession stand and a beer garden at the park.