Posts Tagged ‘2022’
Annual General Meeting September 27
All parents & guardians of players and all volunteers are invited to the Annual General Meeting for South Vancouver Little League and Battalion Baseball.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 8pm
Online only via Zoom. Members will be emailed the Zoom link or request the link from email@example.com
No RSVP required
Agenda: Review of the 2022 season for South Vancouver Little League and Battalion, voting of the 2023 executive, and dealing with general league business.
Junior League Baseball World Series
Battalion Juniors will represent Canada in the Junior League Baseball World Series.
|Game 4||August 14 8:00pm|| Battalion (Canada)|| Pabao Little League (Latin America)|
|Game 11||August 16 5:00pm|| Battalion (Canada)|| Santa Maria De Aguayo Little League (Mexico)|
Game times are EDT and played at Heritage Park, Taylor, MI.
Tournament schedule and results: JLBWS
Fall Ball registration is open. Games will be played September to October.
- SVLL Rookies $100 (current age 6-7 playing Rookies in 2023)
- SVLL Minors $100 (current age 8-9 playing Minors in 2023)
- SVLL Majors $100 (current age 10-11 playing Majors in 2023)
- Battalion Juniors $100 (current age 12-13 playing Juniors in 2023)
There will be 2-3 sessions per week (1 or 2 weeknights, 1 or 2 weekends, subject to weather) with the main focus on player development and preparation for the upcoming season. The Fall Ball season will run from September (or late August) through mid to late October, weather permitting. The cost includes the popular SVLL or Battalion shirt and hat.
Coaches if you are able to assist please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional info for Battalion teenage division
The Battalion Fall Ball program is for players who intend to join us for the 2023 season and will focus on development as well as the possibility of tournament play. Players who hope to be selected to Tier One next season are highly encouraged to sign up for this program as it will also serve as an assessment period. We wish to have as much exposure, not just to their playing ability, but to their character and work ethic, as possible. Choosing only two Tier One teams is a difficult task, and the more chance we have to get to know our players, the easier and clearer that choice becomes when it comes to our assessments in late fall or early winter.