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!
Newton Canadian Baseball Association (NCBA) is
NCBA is holding a MOVING FORWARD meeting Nov 5, 2014
Are you someone that…
- has a son or daughter that plays for NCBA?
- believes there are things that NCBA could be doing differently?
- cares about what NCBA is doing?
- feels NCBA is important for our youth?
- could help make NCBA better?
- thinks NCBA is great the way it is?
- is unsure, but wants to know more?
- coaches or would like to be a coach?
If you have answered yes to one or more of these questions, you need to be a part of this MOVING FORWARD meeting!
Where – Newton Senior Center, 13775 70th Ave
When – Nov 5, 2014
Time – 6:45pm – 8:45pm
Remember, the first step in moving forward is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are!
If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Dias – President
Newton Canadian Baseball Association
Just a note that Citizens Rally Crime and Social Issues is taking place on Sunday Sep 28 from 2 to 3 pm at the Seniors Centre in Newton. Come out and support your community to promote change in Surrey.
UPDATE - September 7, 2014 - Cost for this clinic has been reduced to $20.00. We encourage you to register your player for these clinics.
NCBA is pleased to let you know we have set up clinics for mosquito and pee wee kids (U11 and U13) on Wednesday nights starting September 10. They will be at the park, at the bullpen and on the field beside. We will run for four weeks.
Cost is $40.00 per player for the four week sessions.
If you are interested, please email email@example.com
Kelvin Wong is running Saturday clinics:
1 hour per week, just on Saturday. Tadpole and Mosquito, Peewee, Bantam and Midget. Groups could change depending on size of groups. Starts on Sept. 13th and runs all the way to the end of Febuary. $30 per player to cover cost of equipments. First group starts at 10am.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
UPDATE - SEPT 7, 2014- unfortunately, we do not have enough players interested in fall ball this fall. Please note the fall clinics that are being offered and watch for coming information on winter clinics.
Fall ball is a great opportunity for players to continue playing baseball into the fall and continue developing skills and playing games. If you are interested in fall ball for Mosquito, Peewee or Bantam, please email to email@example.com asap so we may determine if we have enough players interested.
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!
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!
Please note concession cheques will be cashed this week (week of July 14). If your cheque is cashed and you feel this is incorrect, you must see Donna at concession to discuss this. If you wish to still complete your concession duty, you can fulfill that duty through the summerball season (ends August 3, 2014), and you will be reimbursed your concession cheque.
This is a reminder for the BC Selects Female Provincial Selection Camp where all final Provincial rosters will be selected.
This Selection camp is being held at Whalley Athletic Park on the north diamond #3. This camp is currently scheduled to run 3 days, Tuesday July 22 11am – 5pm, Wednesday 9-5, and Thursday 9-3pm…
All athletes wishing to participate on a Baseball BC Selects team competing in a Western or National event must have previously been registered with a Baseball BC member and attend this selection camp July 22-24.
14U (PeeWee) Westerns – Spruce Grove Alberta – August 15 – 17
16U (Bantam) Nationals – Saguenay, Quebec – August 21-25
20U (Midget) Nationals – Whalley, BC – August 14-17
Women’s Open Nationals – Whalley, BC – August 14-17
The camp will cost $75.00 and athletes will have to register on the baseball BC web page…
Please get this info out to all your female baseball players and I will send you a direct link to registration next week as we create the registration page…
Please let me know if there are any questions…
Director - Programming & Member Services
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
Click onto "Tournaments", "Cook Tournament" and track the scores and standings for the teams.
Final standings and championship games are listed. Thank you to all the teams for participating and Happy Canada Day!
Sanda King, NCBA Tournament Coordinator
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
If you need to make up your concession volunteer shifts, your last chance will be the Cook Tournament which runs 4 days from June 28 to July 1, 2014. Please sign up directly at concession. This will be your last chance to fulfill your volunteer shifts and to avoid your volunteer cheque being cashed.
Summerball season will start in a few short weeks. Here is information on summerball at NCBA
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Congrats to our Junior Men's Newton Giants Tier 1 Provincial Winners!