FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The spring season starts at the beginning of April until mid June.
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 11U, 13U, 15U and 18U divisions.
9U and younger will play within our two parks, Walnut Grove community and 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 9U. No metal cleats are allowed until 15U level.
Before you purchase any bats, please be aware that there are rules, from BC Minor, regards to the size and weight of bats. Please visit our website for the most current bat rules.
North Langley sells the required pants at the assessment days and other various dates prior to the start of the season. Please watch for emails regarding any upcoming purchase dates. If you have questions, please contact our apparel manager at email@example.com
Yes, both girls and boys play baseball.
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.
During the registration process, players 7U and younger will be able to place a friend request. All friend requests are not guaranteed.
Age divisions 9U and older are unable to request friends as the teams are formed at a draft.
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 5U and 6U will receive a shirt.
Yes, provided it is the same level of CRC that we require. Please contact our VP of Admin to inquire.
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.
Here at North Langley Baseball, we know that life happens. Should you need to withdraw your player before the season starts, please email our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. A $25 administration fee will apply. If the withdrawal is as a result of an injury, please contact our registrar to inquire.
Players in 9U,11U, 13U, 15U and 18U will need to attend a skills evaluation day. This session helps the Coaches assess a players skills to ensure that each team is a balance of skills.
REP TEAMS: We will hold try-out sessions for our 13U rep (AA and AAA) and Township teams (15U AA, AAA and 18U AAA and College Prep). Any players that are not selected for the roster will then be asked to attend the house team evaluations.
Yes, we are aware of the following organizations that provide help with registration costs for youth sports. A form can be downloaded from their website, completed and submitted:
KidSport - British Columbia
Canadian Tire Jumpstart
Let Kids Play Foundation
Please contact our registrar if you have any questions. email@example.com