FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The spring season starts at the beginning of April until mid June. Each division is slightly different.
Please review the Division Information Tab for specific answers based on your players age.
The days of the week for practices will be dependent on your coaches schedule/availability.
Yes, there is travel for our Mosquito, Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget divisions.
Tadpole and younger will play at one of the North Langley diamonds, either at the Walnut Grove park or Fort Langley.
Our boundaries are:
South - 64th
North - Fraser River
West - 196th
East - 240th
Or visit the BC Minor boundary map to find out which associations catchment you live within.
Each child will require a baseball glove, batting helmet, white baseball pants (with royal blue piping) and athletic protector. Cleats are recommended starting in Tadpole. No metal cleats are allowed until Bantam level.
Please refer to your child's division information to get specific bat information.
North Langley sells the required pants at the assessment days and other various dates. If you have questions, please contact our uniforms manager at email@example.com
Each game has slightly different rules and have different pitching styles.
The biggest difference is that softball is primarily girls. Girls can move to softball at the age of 8 if they choose to. Please contact our registrar before registering if you have any questions.
While the player is in divisions from super 7 and younger, they are able to put in a friend request.
Once the player is in Tadpole age, they are no longer able to make any requests. Tadpole and up is done on a draft basis.
Team duties are differrent than League duties.
Examples of Team Duties are:
Scorekeeping, Pitch Count, Field Prep and more. These duties are typically in a team schedule, and are just part of being a team player.
League Duties are the volunter requirements. The entire league, including the executive, is made of volunteers. There are no paid positions. Examples of League duties are:
Photo Night, field clean up, running a skills day station, concession and more.
Each child will receive a North Langley hat. They will also receive a Memory Mate photo of their team, and, an individual portrait.
Players in TBall, both 5U and 6U, will receive a t shirt.
No, we are required by BC Minor baseball to have each volunteer complete a seperate criminal record check. There is no cost to anyone, and you can complete in online.
All team positions must have a completed crc, this includes Dug Out parents, coaches, managers.
We have moved to a full online registration because of changing to the Team Snap format. If you have any further questions, please contact our registrar for help.