Registration for Fall Ball is now open. Space will be limited so act fast. Price will be $60 same as last year. Players will receive a Newton Fall Ball jersey and Ball Cap with their registration fee.
Fall Ball is open to ALL skill levels where practices and in game instruction are suited for each player’s skill level. This is the time of year to try Baseball out even if you never have before. It is all about player development and in game coaching. This is a relaxed fun way of getting involved in this great game with the season running from September to around Thanksgiving, as the weather allows (and last year was spectacular!).
Players will attend mid week on field and/or batting cage practices with daytime games on weekends. Newton will also host their annual Invitational Fall Ball Tournament.
Newton is excited to offer Fall Ball in four age divisions:
Players in fall play up to the age group they will play next Spring so Tadpole is for Gr 2 & 3 boys and girls born in 2008 & 2009. Mosquito is 2006 & 2007, PeeWee is 2004 & 2005, Bantam 2003 & 2002. It’s a great way to experience the rule changes for the higher division before the more competitive spring season.
Players from any association or league are permitted to register and play Fall Ball in Newton as there are no geographic boundaries. We understand that many kids play other sports this time of year and accommodate as much participation as is possible.
Please ask your new school teacher if you can share this flyer with your classmates and maybe put it up in the school reception area.
Winning three of four games in the round robin and losing the tiebreak by one run!
Congratulations to our AAA Midget South Fraser Giants on making it to the Provincial Semi Finals in Richmond this past weekend.
Our boys placed 1st in the overall tournament but lost 3-1 by Cowichan Valley in the semi-final game. Cowichan Valley went on to win the Provinacial championship in the end.
Way to go boys!!
The first game is at 11:30am this Friday (29th) for those that want cheer them on. They'll be in Richmond all weekend at Latrace Park North of Granville between Minoru and Gilbert.
The Tadpole final was a close fought game and an incredible display of defensive skill as Coquitlam triumphed narrowly over a strong Richmond team.
The PeeWee A final saw Ladner see off Surrey. The Bantam division was won by Tsawassen over a very strong Aldergrove side.
A tense Midget final was won at the death by our visitors all the way from Comox over a feisty Ladner team.
Thanks so much to everyone for coming out and giving us such a great weekend of Ball and to our volunteers without whom these tournaments couldn't happen and a very special thanks to Anneve Gillon for stepping in to oversee the event at the very last minute.
The weather was nothing short of spectacular, the park was full, the ceremony tight and the games entertaining. It doesn't get much better. Enjoy the pictures and if you'd like to share some pictures of your own go to our Facebook page.
Johnsen Archer steps up again sponsoring two teams
Huge thanks to BC Diesel for their support
As Spring season winds down our thoughts turn to Summer Ball and as with other Associations some tryouts have already taken place while others are ongoing and teams are starting to be declared.
Congratulations to all who participated in the tryouts, these decisions are always tough but it is our intent is to accommodate as many of those who wish to play baseball this Summer as we can.
We are pleased to announce the following Summer Ball teams, congratulations to the following players: Please be sure to Register
Tadpole All Stars
PeeWee A All Stars Team:
Congratulations guys and girls! Good Luck!
A limited stock now available in concession, first come first served.
Thanks to Scott Cowden and the team at Ramada Vancouver for their generous support. Remember them when you have guest in town.
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.
BC Baseball named Newton Canadian Baseball its "Association of the Year" for 2015. Many thanks to all the volunteers who made the season such a roaring success.
Not only were our Exec on hand to accept the honour, one of our graduate players, Owen Barry, also received a $1000 scholarship.
Many thanks to John Volken and Price Pro for their ongoing support of the club