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Spring Season Refunds and Ross Tournament

Hello all

Please see below for Baseball BC's announcement on suspension of all baseball until further notice due to Covid 19.  We are currently refunding Spring baseball fees paid to the same credit card used for payment.  Please allow some time to see your refund on your statement.  

In addition, we have cancelled the Spring Ross Tournament and will be refunding this payments as well.

Please stay safe everyone in these difficult times and lets hope we can resume this wonderful sport in the coming months. 

    Suspension of Play - Covid-19 Concerns

    By Webmaster 03/13/2020, 10:00am PDT

    Effective immediately all Newton Baseball activities including but not limited to practices, clinics, etc. are suspended as per communication from Baseball BC found below. We are complying with the recommendation for the safety of our players, families and community. 

    As per Baseball BC communicated on March 17, 2020:

    Effective immediately Baseball BC has extended the suspension of all sanctioned in person baseball activity indefinitely.

    Baseball BC sanctioned activities include but are not limited to, all tournaments, practices, games, coach and umpire education and team building activities. The intent of this suspension is to limit situations of physical contact.

    The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is rapidly changing the way that we, as global citizens, think, act, gather, learn, and live our daily lives. That includes how we play baseball.

    With the most recent announcements from the public heath officials and the government, Baseball B.C. is suspending all sanctioned in person baseball activity indefinitely.

    This decision is difficult, but it is our duty to help society follow social distancing protocols (keeping at least 6 feet apart and avoiding congregate settings). It is our hope that by doing this, we will all play a small, but important part in flattening the curve in the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. We will continue to monitor the situation and take our guidance from public health officials, the government, and Baseball Canada. 

    Baseball B.C. is committed to doing the best we can for the safety and well-being of our players, families, volunteers, and fans.

    We urge all member organizations and affiliates to enforce and support the suspension of in person baseball activities in their respective associations as well.  

    Baseball BC and its member organizations pride themselves on providing a safe haven for our youth to enjoy the outdoors and learn the sport of baseball.

    Baseball BC will review advice from health and senior sport organizations as they are provided and will monitor the situation in hopes that baseball activities will resume as soon as it’s safe to do so.  We will issue further notices when it is appropriate to do so.

    Bantam AA Spring Team Announced

    By Webmaster 03/05/2020, 8:00pm PST

    On behalf of Coaches Dave and Craig, I would like to congratulate the following players for being selected to the Surrey/Newton Canadians Bantam AA team for 2020.
    Vanessa McKinley
    Kent Tsuyuki
    Dylan McKay
    Jaxon Mosher
    Jacob Ouellette
    Kamryn Grayson
    Nathan Pennington
    Sajan Kooner
    Levi Guan
    Chase Mosher
    Alex Polisky
    Harley Vaughan
    We are looking forward to representing Surrey/Newton with pride and class while being competitive at the AA level.
    Congratulations on your selection... now the real work begins. Looking forward to the season. Go Canadians!!
    Marty van-der-Loos
    Head Coach
    Bantam AA Surrey/Newton Canadians 

    March 10th Tadpole and Mosquito Assessments

    By Webmaster 02/28/2020, 1:00pm PST

    Baseball season is almost here and we are looking forward to some sun, seeing new and old families, and of course playing baseball!

    Please note these important upcoming assessment dates/times to all registered players for the 2020 Spring Season.  Register HERE if you haven’t registered for the upcoming season yet.

    9U Tadpole Assessments

    Tuesday March 10th at MB Sanford Elementary School 7:00pm-8:00pm.
    Any questions contact our Tadpole coordinator Chris Grzywacz at


    11U Mosquito Assessments

    Tuesday March 10th at MB Sanford Elementary School 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Any questions contact our Mosquito Coordinator Satnam Aujla at


    Please send your athlete with their full gear (glove, bat if they have it and definitely personal protection - baseball helmet and jock or jill). Since the assessment will be held indoors, please wear loose comfortable athletic wear and also runners (not cleats).

    Lastly, the Peewee and Bantam Clinic will be CANCELLED that day due to the Tadpole and Mosquito Assessments.

    We are looking forward to a fantastic season!



    Midget AA Player Assessments

    By Webmaster 02/23/2020, 11:15am PST


    We'll be having our Assessment on Sunday March 1 @ 1:30pm on the Midget diamond. Players NEED to be registered in order to take part!  Please show up at least 20 minutes early to get yourself properly warmed-up! Please bring your own equipment & fluids.

    Any inquires can be made to Warren Gladman @ or 604-842-1762.

    Girls Baseball Program with Baseball BC

    By Webmaster 01/31/2020, 1:15pm PST

    As an expansion to the BC Girls Baseball Development & Instructional program, Baseball BC has started a pre-season development league to help prepare girls for the season ahead. The program is designed for girls ages 6-12, on Thursday evenings from Feb. 13 to Mar. 12 (5 weeks) and serves to develop confidence, skill and resilience prior to joining their Spring & Summer teams, whether it’s a predominantly male team, the BC Girls Baseball Instructional League, etc.

    The goal of the program is to help girls continue to excel on teams & in leagues with the newfound confidence of knowing that there are other girls that play the same sport that they do.   As someone who grew up strictly playing "boys" baseball until the age of 12, I know that joining a brand-new male-dominated team every season can be nerve wracking. This program can help calm the nerves of female players by providing a safe space for skill development alongside mentors from the Women's National Team, and Team BC. It is also an excellent place for curious friends to come try out a new sport! Plus, it'll be a lot of fun! 

    Baseball can be more diverse & inclusive, so please spread the word by posting on you association webpage, social media feeds or other ways that could help.

    Here is the link to our girl's instructional league page for more information!  (Also, take note of the upcoming FREE FESTIVAL…)


    Latest News


    NCBA Winter Clinics Starts Nov. 12, 2019!   REGISTER HERE

    Starting Tuesday, November 12th @ MB Sanford (7318 143St. Surrey)

    2nd year Tadpole & Mosquito - 7:00pm - 8:20pm

    Peewee A & Bantam A - 8:30pm - 9:45pm


    Starting Thursday, November 21st @ MB Sanford 

    Peewee AA - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

    Bantam AA - 8:30pm - 10:00pm 


    Note - there will be no clinics on the following dates;

    December 10, 12, 24, 26, 31 and January 02

    Bullpen Winter Programs

    2019 Bullpen 8-week Winter Programs

    The Bullpen Academy will be offering up our 8-week training program at the indoor facility in Surrey at Lionel Courchene Park (99-154) on Monday/Wednesday/Friday evening between 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. This program will run between January 6 – Feb. 28, 2020.  

    The ratio of player to instructor will be held to 4:1. As there are limited space & times available open days and times will fill very quickly. The rate will be $140.00 + tax per four week period to attend once a week, for an hour. If attending a combination program (2-hours per week) the rate would be $250.00 + tax per four week period. Each class is an hour in length and would cover either pitching or hitting instruction, in the hour-long block. A combination program could be one hour of hitting and an hour of pitching per week. Or, it could be two – one hour sessions of pitching or hitting per week.  

    To reserve your space for the 8-week program payment must be made for the first 4-week period either by: e-transfer; or via cheque, mailed in advance. The second payment would need to be made on or before the first evening of lessons for the remaining 4-week period. Only forms of payment we accept are: e-transfer, cheque, or cash.

    Registration will open Monday, October 28.  To register for any of the programs please visit the Bullpen website then, and fill out an online registration form.


    The dates for the Hitting & Pitching Programs are as follows:

    – Mondays:  January 6/ 13 / 20 / 27   February 3 / 10 / 17 / 24

    – Wednesdays:  January 8 / 15 / 22 / 29   February 5 / 12 / 19 / 26

    – Fridays:  January 10 / 17 / 24 / 31   February 7 / 14 / 21 / 28

    There are no make-up sessions or refunds for missed lessons… period. We are present for all holidays as well.

    Fred Sabatine
    Bullpen Baseball Academy
    & Travel Team Programs
    Cel.: 604-644-6566
    Follow us on Twitter @BullpenTraining

    Cook Tournament Results and Photos

    Interested in Coaching Fall Ball?



    Fall ball is a developmental opportunity and is designed to have less competitive focus than spring baseball. It is structured so players can play another sport in the fall and still participate.


    If you are wanting to get started as a coach -  Fall ball is a good time to step up and get involved.


    Please let us know your interest by contacting Kellie Simicak at

    Fall Ball - South Fraser Giants - Midget AAA



    The South Fraser Giants will be offering Midget AAA fall ball this year.  Fall ball will run through the months of September & October.  Separate winter training opportunities will be offered in the following months to those interested. The team will use Holly Park in Surrey as it’s homefield, this fall.  

    This is a great opportunity for Midget aged kids to get quality coaching instruction & development opportunities.  The goal of fall ball is strictly player development.

    There will be two practices a week & double headers games on the weekends.  The team will also be in a tournament, which will be available for a select number of players.  Players will also be introduced to a strength & conditioning program throughout the fall. 

    We understand some athletes may be busy with other sports.  We welcome dual athletes & part time players for the fall season.  

    The program will be run by Head Coach Tyler Lawson.  He will be joined by a team of assistant coaches.  More information on the coaching staff will be released closer to the fall season. 

    Cost: $215

    Players will receive two practice shirts & a hat with registration.  

    For more information or interest in the program please contact us at:  

    Our Website:  


    2019 Surrey / Newton Peewee AA Roster Announcement

    Coaches Daryl Colman, Andrew James and David Leavers are pleased to congratulate and announce the roster for the merged 2019 Surrey / Newton Peewee AA summer ball team.

    Thank you to all the players who tried out.  It is great that so many Peewee aged kids will be playing summer ball this year at 3 levels of play (AAA, AA, A).

    Both Surrey and Newton will be posting their respective Peewee A rosters in the next few days. Watch for these pending announcements.

    Steven Colman
    Jaxon Haney
    Trevor James
    Christian Jaworek
    Charlie Leavers
    Andrew Louie
    Alex Polisky
    Jack Rogers
    Dakota Simicak
    Nicholas Tang
    Logan Voyer

    Surrey / Newton Peewee {13U} AAA Roster Announcement

    Congratulations to the following players who have been selected for the 2019 Surrey Newton PeeWee AAA Summer Ball team.

    AMATANI, Ryota
    AMATANI, Yuya
    BAXTER, Nick
    GUAN, Levi
    GUO, Darren
    JANOVSKY, Marcus
    KOONER, Sajan
    MISKIW, Jared
    OUELLETTE, Jacob
    VAUGHAN, Harley

    Thank you to all the other players who came to try out.


    Coaches Dave and Jeff

    Surrey/Newton Mosquito (11U) AAA-Tier 2 Roster Announced

    Newton Canadian Baseball Association and Surrey Canadian Baseball Association are pleased to announce the roster for our first-ever fully merged Surrey/Newton Mosquito AAA-Tier 2 Summer Ball team.  We had 30+ players try out for the team and there was great skill, effort and competitiveness on display for the 12 available roster spots.  Thanks to all who attended, and congratulations to the players that have made the team.  We hope all the players who were not chosen for this team will plan to attend tryouts for either the Mosquito AA or Mosquito A (U10) teams.  Watch the website for information about upcoming player assessments / tryouts for these two teams.

    11U AAA-2
    Bomford, Nolan
    Cooper, Riley
    Dhaliwal, Matthew
    Dutton, Hunter
    Gauthier, Tyler
    Gauthier, Brandon
    Innes, Matt
    James, Cole
    Joncas, Kyle
    Samra, Kaelin
    Walsh, Joey
    Wilson, Connor
    Head Coach:        Jay Bomford - Newton
    Assistant Coach:  Jason Wilson - Surrey


    Both Newton and Surrey Canadian Minor Baseball Associations are pleased to announce that we will be assembling a merged 2019 13U AAA Pee Wee team for this upcoming summer season. Based on our evaluations of this spring and the past couple of seasons we are confident that this will be a highly competitive team.

    Our first evaluation will take place this coming Monday, June 3 from 6-8 at Unwin Park, Pee Wee Diamond 4 (northwest corner of the park). Address is 13313 68 Ave, Surrey. 

    Players from any neighbouring associations are welcome to attend, provided they meet the requirements set out in the 2019 BC Minor Baseball Rule Book. Please keep an eye on this website for further dates and details.

    Parking lots are on 68 Ave as well as 134 St, but there’s also limited street parking near Kinvig Elementary on 70B (closest to the field). Players should bring their gear and be fully dressed. Catchers should also bring their gear.” 

    Any questions or concerns, please let me know. 





    2019 BC Minor Baseball Rule Book



    Based upon the highly successful merge programs at Peewee and Bantam involving both Surrey Canadian Baseball Association and Newton Canadian Baseball Association, the two organizations are pleased to announce their intent to field 3 merged Mosquito teams for Summer Ball 2019.

    There are approximately 80 registered Mosquito players from the two organizations, and from this group of players combined, teams will be selected via tryouts at all 3 levels for BC Minor Summer Ball play:

    • AAA (Tier 2)
    • AA
    • A (U10 – born 2009 only)

    Tryout dates to be determined

    In the next week or so, coaches will be announced for these 3 teams and dates will be advertised for player assessments and try outs.  Watch for more information to come!


    In the meantime feel free to speak with our Mosquito Division Coordinators: Tom Janovsky (Newton) or Jim Innes (Surrey).


    Summer Ball FAQs


    What is Summer Ball?

    Summer Ball is an ‘All-Star’ program that is available in each division from Tadpole through Midget.  


    When is Summer Ball season?

    Summer Ball begins with assessments and tryouts in early-mid June, with games beginning the July 1 long weekend.  Mosquito Summer Ball season is quite intense and includes approximately 2 games per week throughout June, plus practices and tournament(s).  Teams that are successful in the June schedule of games (qualifiers) will qualify for Provincial Championships (August Long Weekend).  The Provincial Championships signify the end of the Summer Ball season.  


    Who is eligible to play Summer Ball? 

    All players who played in either Surrey Canadian or Newton Canadian programs in the Spring season are eligible to try out for the Summer Ball teams.


    How are players selected?

    The 3 Summer Ball teams will be determined by open tryouts.  After the tryouts, the division coordinators and coaches will evaluate the results and make the final determination as to which players will make the team or not.  Depending on how many kids try out, some unfortunately could not be selected for a team.


    What are the Commitment Requirements?

    Summer Ball requires a significant commitment.  Players need to commit to being available for practices, games and tournaments from the end of June through the August long weekend.  Rosters will be large enough to make it okay (possibly) to miss a week during the season, but not during Provincials when we will want all players available.  


    Where are Provincials held?

    Mosquito Summer Ball Provincials will be held in:

    • AAA (Tier 2)        North Delta
    • AA                          Oceanside
    • A                             Kamloops


    PeeWee AA Provincial Champions

    Congratulations to our Surrey Newton PeeWee AA team on their dramatic win at the 2018 BC provincials. As Provincial Champions they are representing us as Team BC at a major tournament in San Diego. 



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    Valley of Champions

    Both Surrey Newton Rep teams acquitted themselves well at the weekend's Valley of Champions Tournament in Kelowna. PeeWee AA capped off a dominant tournament performance by beating Abbotsford in the finals while the Bantam AA fell just short against a strong Prince George side.

    Cook Tournament 2018 Winners

    Midget AA Win In Dramatic Fashion

    In a tight back and forward game a sac bunt and suicide squeeze at the top of seven sealed the deal! The merged Surrey / Newton Midget AA Mets bested a strong North Shore team in the final game of spring. A great way to end the season and for the aged out players to finish their tenure at the Club. Shimpachi "Patch" Meta will be returning to Japan after three years with the club.

    PeeWee A Newton Timbers win Spring Tier

    Newton Timbers won the Tier 2 Championship yesterday 8-7!

    Tied going into bottom of 7th, with 2 outs and 2 strikes on him, Thomas Reidy hit the winning single down 3rd base to score the runner from 2nd capping a brilliant team performance and beating a strong Cloverdale team..

    The kids all did fantastically well playing 6 games in the playoffs and winning the last 5 in a row to cap off the spring season.

    Corporate Sponsor

    Big Ridge Brewing, a great neighbourhood restaurant on the SE corner of 152nd & #10 Hwy, has generously agreed to donate 10% of your bill back to the Baseball Club. Just mention that Sheila the manager has created a file for us and it's done!

    Thanks to Scott Cowden and the team at Ramada Vancouver for their generous support. Remember them when you have guest in town.

    BC Minor's Coaches Caravan

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    For all you home maintenance and repair needs give Coach Rob a call 604 671 8902

    "We used coach Rob to renovate (rebuild completely!) our laundry room. He was quick, tidy and great value. I would recommend Rob unreservedly!" Coach Mark.

    Team Sponsor

    Up to 20% Off!

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    Ball Park Sports is offering 10% off everything in store and 20% off all Baseball Pants and Socks when you mention Newton Baseball!!

    Our Club Sponsors step up again!

    Many thanks to John Volken and Price Pro for their ongoing support of the club

    Thanks to Terry Robbins and John Dunn from Fraser Valley Equipment for their continued support! Presented on behalf of Newton by Tadpole Coordinator Michael Reidy

    Johnsen Archer steps up again sponsoring two teams

    Huge thanks to BC Diesel for their support

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    Surrey Newton PeeWee AA win Valley of Champions

    After a steaming hot weekend in Kelowna the joint PeeWee AA team with Surrey went 6 and 0 and emerged victorious in the Valley of Champions tournament in Kelowna with victories over teams from Alberta, Vernon, Victoria, COMBA, Penticton and West Kelowna.

    An all Cloverdale Tadpole Final saw the Pirates come out Triumphant.

    At PeeWee AA an amazing come from behind win saw Tsawwassen walk off with the victory over a classy Island visiting team from Cowichan.

    Newton Canadians lost in the Bantam Final to the Vancouver Dodgers and the Burnaby Braves topped Whalley in a tight affair at Midget AA.

    Thanks to everyone for making it a spectacular weekend. Thanks to everyone who volunteered over the sweltering weekend and a very special thanks to our Treasurer and Tournament Coordinator Carrie Stocco for her hours of work preparing everything to make the weekend the huge success it was.

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