With five of nine top Canadians coming from British Columbia, it comes as no surprise that at the end of the day BC finished in second place ahead of Ontario and Alberta and behind Quebec in the Sierra Wireless Air Canada Provincial Cup. On Sunday, the final day of competition, Team BC moved from fourth to second with top performances in both the slalom and GS. Trevor Rose (Winderemere Valley) of Panorama was the top K1 winning the Dave Murray Trophy for the best overall Canadian male skier. Rose's sixth in slalom and ninth in giant slalom earned him the honour. K2 Kendall Benbow (Whistler) a prominent member of Team BC was awarded the Nancy Greene Trophy for best overall Canadian women with her silver medal in super-G and fourth place finish in giant slalom.