Please note field status will be updated at approximately 4 pm on game days & 8am on weekends if the park is closed due to weather conditions. For practices confirm with your coaches whether practices are cancelled.
Registration is now open for both tournaments. See registration links under "Tournaments" tab.
The Ross Tournament is coming up May 14 to 18! Most divisions almost full. We are offering Tadpole (9U), Peewee A (11U), Bantam A (15U) and Midget AA (18U)
Boston Pizza Fundraiser: Write "Newton Baseball" on the bottom or back of your receipt when dining at the Newton location and drop in their box at the front counter and they will rebate a portion of your bill to us.
A group of Volunteers led by Club President, Ben Dias, made presentations to each grade at the elementary school behind Unwin Park, Kinvig. At the open day the following week we showed the kids the game, handed out hotdogs and signed up a bunch of new players. Want a showcase at your school?? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the updated info under the "Umpires" tab!
See our tab called "Sponsorship" for more information on how you can sponsor Newton Canadian Baseball!
Congratulations to Coach Scott and his Mosquito Blue Jays team for winning the Surrey Season Opener this weekend! The semi-final and final games were very exciting and our Blue Jays who were behind against North Delta in the finals by 4 runs in the last inning, managed to come back with 2 outs, to win 16 to 14!
Excellent work Newton Blue Jays!
Also congratulations to Coach Neil and his Peewee AA team who made it to the playoffs and lost in a very close game in the semi-finals. The team had some great hits, including several home runs throughout the pool play and semi-finals. A promising start to the summer season!
NCBA is pleased to be hosting the Mosquito AA (11U) Provincial Championships from July 31 to August 4, 2014. The activities will begin on Thursday July 31 with Opening Ceremonies at 5 pm, followed by Skills Competition. There will be 10 teams competing for all over BC and we want to welcome them all to Unwin Park and Newton Canadian Baseball. We hope everyone will have a memorable experience, players will play to their best ability, and everyone will make new and renewed friendships!
At NCBA, we believe the sport of baseball can bring out the best in everyone--pushing players to do their best, and continuing to learn what it means to be a team player. We want everyone to encourage all players to HAVE FUN and show good sportsmanship--players and parents alike!
Games will begin on Friday Aug 1 and continue through Sat Aug 2. Finals will be played on Sunday Aug 3.
Our concession will be offering breakfast (McNewtons Friday and Sunday morning and pancake breakfast on Saturday) as well as other great food all weekend long.
Thanks to Starbucks Newton and 104th & King George for providing complimentary coffee each morning of the tournament.
Come and join us for a fun weekend of baseball!
Congratulations to our Cook tournament winners! We had a beautiful, hot day for our Canada Day semi-finals and finals. There were some very close games and it was great to see all teams work hard and play well. Thank you for coming out and we hope to see you at future tournaments!
Midget AA - Prince George Knights
Bantam A - Aldergrove Dodgers Blue
Peewee AA - North Delta Rays
Tadpole - Cloverdale Spurs White
Runner Up teams:
Midget AA - Ladner Red Sox
Bantam A - Burnaby Braves
Peewee AA - Cloverdale Spurs
Tadpole - Cloverdale Spurs Red
Tickets on Sale @ Concession May 2nd @ 10:30am, 1st come, 1st served, Max 8pp
Where: Surrey Golf Course, 7700 168th St, Surrey
When: Saturday June 13th 2015 - Doors Open @ 5pm Dinner @ 6pm
What: Includes Burger, Salad and a Standard Drink
LIVE BAND “The Substitutes”
50/50, Silent Auction, Reverse Draw & Door Prizes
Concession schedule is posted. Please note if you cannot complete your concession schedule during your team's allotted time, there are a few open sessions at the end of the season, during play offs and during the Ross Tournament where you can sign up to fulfill your concession duty. Reminder that you must complete two volunteer sessions during the Spring season. If you attended park clean up on Sat Mar 28, you have fulfilled one of those requirements.
Please direct questions to your division coordinator.
NCBA (Posted Apr 5)
Thanks so much to all those companies and organizations that have stepped up so far, your support is truly appreciated. It's still not too late to get your sponsorship sorted before next week's opening ceremony, but time is fast running out. Whether its getting a spot on our website for less than a hundred bucks or sponsoring a division for $2,500 we have many options. Wherever you're spending money in the neighbourhood or whoever you'd like to get involved reach out now and ask the question. Click here to see some of the options and suggestions.
Special Offer - 10% off everything in the store. Mention Newton Baseball.
Hello new and returning players!
Spring 2015 registration is here. Click on this link to register your player. Please read carefully through the information to ensure you are registering properly as our online registration is new this year. If you have preliminary questions that are not answers on this website please email: email@example.com with any questions.
You may mail your payment to our Newton address:
Suite# 563, 1104-7360, 137 Street
We are excited to begin another year of baseball together and we all know that the success of our season begins with each one of you! Please check out the list of activities you can be involved in and volunteer if you can.
Note: Rates for 2015 season are listed under "Registration" tab
It's been brought to our attention that the contract for the commissionaires that patrol the Newton area including our own Unwin park since the horrific murders is set to not be renewed apparently at the behest of the RCMP.
The commissioners have done a fantastic job for our community and for our club. We'd ask that you please contact our local councillors at the City of Surrey and the mayor and lobby on our collective behalf to keep our park safe.
We've suggested an email that you can send simply by clicking the following links. Please customize as you wish and add your name to your email. Together we can make a difference and keep our playing environment safer this spring. Please email Surrey's Mayor Linda Hepner and our city councillors. Councillors Gill, Bruce Hayne, Vera LeFranc, Mary Martin, Mike Starchuk, Barbara Steele, Judy Villeneuve & Dave Woods.
Thanks for your support and consideration
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Congratulations to our Junior Men's team for winning provincials 2014!
Come out to Kensington Park in Burnaby this weekend (August 7 to 10) to see our Bantam A team play in provincials! Schedule is on BC Minor website.
Best of luck to the team and thank you for representing NCBA at the provincials!
Thanks to all who participated in the Mosquito AA 11U Provincial Championships this past weekend. Teams participating:
Aldergrove Dodgers, Burnaby Braves, Newton Blue Jays, North Delta Rays, Penticton Thunder, Quesnel Blue Jays, Salt Spring Island Mariners, South Burnaby Panthers, Surrey Red Sox, Vancouver Giants,
N. Delta Rays v. Aldergrove Dodgers
Burnaby Braves v. Penticton Thunder
Penticton Thunder v. Aldergrove Dodgers
It was a great final game, going to 8 innings and Aldergrove Dodgers managed to secure the win!
1st place - Aldergrove Dodgers
2nd place - Penticton Thunder
It was a great weekend!
Our 39th Annual Ross Tournament has come to an end! We are grateful the weather cooperated and congratulations to our winning teams:
Midget AA (U18)
Gold: Ladner Red Sox
Silver: Ladner Black Sox
Bantam A (U15):
Gold: Aldergrove Dodgers
Silver: Ladner Mariners
Peewee A (U13):
Gold: Whalley Reds
Silver: North Delta Angels
Gold: North Delta Angels
Silver: Surrey Canadians
Thank you to all the teams for participating and we hope to see you at the Cook Tournament in summer ball season (June 26 to Jul 1). My personal goal as tournament coordinator is to ensure we have fair play, a variety of teams competing, and a great time for players and families alike during our tournaments. I hope we succeeded at least a little to accomplish these goals!
A big THANK YOU to all our NCBA families for all the volunteer hours spent in preparation before the tournament, and for field duty, and concession duty throughout the whole weekend. We could not run this tournament without the hours of dedication given by our families. Thank you to our umpires for spending their long weekend officiating our games.
We also have a parent tournament and Pub night coming up May 31. Register your team now!
Thanks again and good luck in the rest of your ball season!
NCBA Tournament Coordinator