Thank you to all players who attended mass practice. The LLLBA board is currently working on coach and player placements. The league will be in touch with further information by late March for Rookie, Minor, Major, Intermediate, and Teenage divisions.
T-ball and Coach Pitch placements will take place in early to mid April. We will reach out with more information.
Coaches and prospective coaches: Here is a great opportunity for T-Ball, Coach Pitch, and Rookie Division volunteers. If you are interested, please sign up. If you have not signed up as a coach yet, we would love to have you join us this season.
Guest Coach: Omar Kadir
About the Coach: Omar has been highly involved in Lethbridge baseball in various capacities. While playing college baseball for Lethbridge (PBA), en route to further opportunities at the University of Illinois, Omar was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 2004 as a pitcher. Since his playing days, Omar has shared his baseball expertise in a coaching capacity, and now as a speaker. He is passionate about baseball development and teaching the fundamentals to youth players and coaches.
Please fill out the following registration form for our upcoming coaching clinic that will take place on Sunday, April 2nd. We will be running a single session at 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Location: Senator Joyce Fairbain School (Indoor),
301 Rocky Mountain Blvd
Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 6S4
We look forward to having you join us. The clinics will be very beneficial to both veteran and brand new coaches alike. Teaching skills to players and practice planning will be covered for the T-Ball, Coach, Pitch, and Rookie Baseball divisions.
Our Spring House League late registration is closed for all levels as of March 10th at midnight.
To be added to our waitlist, please contact email@example.com.
Just getting started with t-ball, coach pitch or other baseball divisions. Here is a quick Q & A to get you started...
What equipment is required?
A batting helmet and glove are required by all players at all levels. We highly recommend groin protection for players of all genders.
Does my child need a bat?
The league supplies bats for each team, so it is not necessary to own your own bat. Some players choose to buy a bat so they can work on things at home or out of preference. Here are a few tips to help you in buying a bat. Little League utilizes USA rules. Your bat will have a sticker on it designating it USA certified.
We work closely with Doug's Sports and they will be helpful in guiding you in the right direction. USA baseball bats are also available at other local vendors as well as online. For all Little League bat rules read more here...
|Division||Start Date||End Date|
|T-Ball||April 24||June 17|
|Coach Pitch||April 25||June 17|
|Rookie||April 17||June 17|
|Minor||April 11||June 5 (playoffs to follow)|
|Major||April 10||June 5 (playoffs to follow)|
|Intermediate||April 11||June 5 (playoffs to follow)|
|Teenage||April 10||June 5 (playoffs to follow)|
The jackpot is growing for our LLLBA 50/50 Raffle through Rafflebox!
All proceeds will go to support Summer Ball expenses and bring costs down for families. If your child is planning to play Summer Ball, please promote our raffle as it will benefit all players.
For other members, this will be a great raffle with the top prize topping out at $10,000 once all tickets are sold.
The final draw will take place on June 26th.
Removing financial barriers to get kids into a sport or physical activity
Enabling children to participate in a season of sport
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