NCCP Competition Development Multi-Sport Modules are On-line

  • August 27, 2021

The Canadian Sport Institute Pacific is pleased to offer the NCCP Competition Development modules on line as part of the International Coaching School. The multi-sport modules will be offered on Monday evenings from 6.00pm to 8.30pm starting in September and running through March 2022 and coaches can register for individual modules or take advantage of this program and register for all 8 of the modules available.

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New Women in Umpiring Community

  • August 26, 2021

Join Canadian Women Umpires in our newest program Behind the Plate! We’re highlighting some incredible women umpires with even more incredible backgrounds in our sport.

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The Old Timers Experiment in Port Alberni was a Huge Success

  • August 18, 2021

Kelly McGiffin, says "we will definitely go again next year, maybe even have two teams. But its even better than that, there’s been such an interest in baseball (real baseball) back in Port Alberni that we’re trying a Fall League of Open Age Men (anyone 19 or over) and already have about 30 guys signed up with another 15 requesting registration applications. We believe we’ll have three maybe even four teams for this short Fall League (six weeks). Most of these guys are playing “slo-pitch” now and can’t wait to play real ball."

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LMBA Players Making Old Time Baseball History

  • August 13, 2021

On Sunday, August 15th at City Park in Langley, a group of baseball players aged 60+ will begin play in a newly created division of the Lower Mainland Baseball Association.  Players will form into two teams the old-fashioned way – pitchers, catchers, infielders, outfielders. The players will play a series of games through September in preparation for setting up a four-team 60+ Division in 2022.

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Baseball BC Announces High-Performance Technical Directors

  • August 10, 2021

Baseball BC is pleased to announce the appointment of technical directors to oversee the male and female high-performance programs.

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