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Park clean up March 30 from 10am to 2pm

Please all come out and help for park clean up. Each participating adult will get 10 Dibs points and we will have hot dogs for our volunteers 

Log into your account and claim your Dibs points!

Come out to opening ceremonies April 6 at 9am! Pancake breakfast at 8am

Bantam AA Team Announced

Congratulations to the following players on being selected to the Surrey Newton Bantam AA team.

Mattias Brisson
Delaire Dhaliwal
Trenton Dias
Charles Jago
Trace Johnstone
Jacob King
Dylan McKay
Max Michaud
Sheldyn Scott
Cheyenne Simicak
Adam Stewart
Cameron Wright

First practice on the field @ Unwin Park Diamond #1 1pm Saturday 16th.

Please contact Ben Dias if there's a scheduling issue that may prevent you from attending. 

Thank you to all the players that tried out, we wish you all a great 2019 season. 

2019 SPRING REGISTRATION OPEN

Please click on the link below for 2019 Spring registration.

Early bird registration discount of $25 applies to all registrations received prior to Jan 31, 2019.  

Come join us for next season!

Please direct any questions to our registrar: 

Jaime Janovsky 

registrar.newtonbaseball@gmail.com

2019 Newton / Surrey Peewee AA Roster

Congratulations to the following players who have been selected to play on the 2019 Newton / Surrey Peewee AA Team.  

  1. Nick Baxter
  2. Brayden Erickson
  3. Levi Guan
  4. Darren Guo
  5. Jaxon Haney
  6. Marcus Janovsky
  7. Sajan Kooner
  8. Charlie Leavers
  9. Jared Miskiw
  10. Jacob Ouellette
  11. Harley Vaughan

The coaches are Dave Ouellette, Jeff Vaughan, and Dave Leavers.

CRC - Please see bottom of home page for CRC link as well as Coaches Corner

Jr. Men's Program

Newton will be putting together a Junior Men's program this season. Anyone who's aged out of Midget and looking to keep playing or get back to baseball contact Bradley Waddell by email or at (604) 360-6027

Peewee A Assessments

We are excited to announce that the Newton Canadian U13 Peewee A Division player assessments will be held on Tuesday March 12th at MB Sanford Elementary School 8:30pm-10:00pm.  

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).

Please note that all athletes that participate in the Peewee Assessment will need to already be registered with Newton Baseball for the 2019 Spring season.

We are looking forward to a fantastic season!

Let’s play ball,

Kellie Simicak
NCBA Peewee Coordinator 
PeeWee@newtonbaseball.com

Tadpole Assessments

Hello All!

We will be having Tadpole player assessments this year! The Newton Canadian U9 Tadpole Division player assessments will be held on Thursday March 14th at MB Sanford Elementary School 7:00pm-9:00pm.  The reason for player assessments is to allow coaches to assess as many players as possible before the Tadpole team draft which will allow for well balanced teams and let players have some fun before the spring season starts!

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).

Please note that all athletes that participate in the Tadpole Assessment will need to already be registered with Newton Baseball for the 2019 Spring season.

If you are interested in coaching this year please send an email to tadpole@newtonbaseball.com and I will be in contact with you.

We are looking forward to a fantastic season in Tadpole with you all!

Respectfully,

Jaime Glavin

Newton Canadian Baseball

Tadpole Division Coordinator

tadpole@newtonbaseball.com

Mosquito Assessments

We are excited to announce that the Newton Canadian U11 Mosquito Division player assessments will be held on Tuesday March 12th at MB Sanford Elementary School 7:00pm-8:30pm.  The reason for player assessments is to allow coaches to see as many players as possible before the Mosquito team draft which will allow for well balanced teams and also for the athletes to have a chance to rub elbows and have some fun before the spring season starts!

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).

Please note that all athletes that participate in the Mosquito Assessment will need to already be registered with Newton Baseball for the 2019 Spring season.

If you are interested in coaching this year please send an email to mosquito@newtonbaseball.com and I will be in contact with you.

We are looking forward to a fantastic season in Mosquito with you all!

Respectfully,

Tom Janovsky

Newton Canadian

Mosquito Division Coordinator

mosquito@newtonbaseball.com

PeeWee AA Provincial Champions

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

 

Park Status

Park Status Information

Park Status Definitions:

  • Closed, all games and/or practices are canceled
  • Open, all games and/or practices proceed as scheduled
  • Pending, continue to monitor status. Most likely a game-time decision 

Park Status Updates: 

  • Weekdays, the park status will be updated by 4:00 pm. (pending status, will be updated accordingly)
  • Weekends,  the park status will be updated at 8:00 am. Park status during the weekend may change throughout the day
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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.

    2018 PeeWee AA Summer Ball Team Announcement

    Congratulations to the following players who have been selected for the 2018 Surrey Newton PeeWee AA Summer Ball team.

    Bailey D'Cruze

    Joshua Swart

    Cameron Wright

    Katelyn Foubert

    Parker Sarai

    Max Michaud

    Marcus Janovsky

    Harley Vaughan

    Diondre Thomas

    Jacob Ouellette

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

    We will have a mandatory parent meeting this Tuesday, 19th at 6pm, Lionel Courchene Park. Practice to follow 6:30pm - 8:30pm.

     

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    Caught some great action shots? Some families having fun in the park? Send them in to share with everyone.

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    The NCBA Catalogue is out! Click image to go to our online store.


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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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    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.


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    Maintenance Plus

    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.


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    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

    CRC Online

    We are now set up for our volunteers to request their CRC online and for NCBA to receive them electronically. The NCBA President will receive all CRC's.


    INSTRUCTIONS

    Go to the following website:  https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/home.htm

    Enter the following access code: P8QBXV9HWE

    This process will not work on a mobile phone and works best on Internet Explorer rather than Chrome. Make sure you are accurate with your security question responses. You can if it's easier print off the volunteer request form pdf #CRR026 and email it to SGSPDPS@gov.bc.ca