2016 Season

Week Date Event
Registration Dec. 1, 2015 Registration opens for all divisions
Winter Training Jan. 9, 2016 West Point Grey Community Centre (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Winter Training Jan. 16, 2016 WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Winter Training Jan. 23, 2016 WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Winter Training Jan. 30, 2016 WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Registration Jan. 31, 2016 Registration closes for Majors Divisions.
Winter Training Feb. 6, 2016 No Training – Family Day Weekend
Assessment (Majors)

Winter Training

Feb. 13, 2016

February 13, 2016

Mandatory Player Assessment for Majors Division  – Carnarvon Field  11am – 4pm

WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm

Winter Training

Registration

Feb. 20, 2016

Feb. 21, 2016

WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm

Registration closes for Minors and Mini-Minors

Winter Training Feb. 27, 2016 WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Registration Feb. 28, 2016 Registration closes for T-Ball and Blastball
Winter Training  

Mar. 5, 2016

 

WPGCC (Aberthau) 5pm – 8:00pm
Umpire     Training

Practices begin

March 28, 2016

Apr. 2, 2016

Little Mountain -Main diamond Beginner 9:00 – 12:00 & Advance 12:30 -4:30pm

Coaches to notify players no later than April 3rd, 2016

Week 1 Apr. 9, 2016 Season begins – All Divisions
Week 2 Apr. 16, 2016 Opening Day Ceremonies – Majors A & Majors B Divisions
Apr. 17, 2016 Opening Day Ceremonies – Majors C and Minors
Week 3 Apr. 23, 2016
Sunday Training Apr. 25, 2016 Majors: 9am – 10:30; Minors 10:30 -12;00; Mini-Minors 12:00-1pm
Week 4 Apr. 30, 2016
Sunday Training May 1, 2016 Majors C; 9am – 10:30: Minors 10:30 – 12:00: Mini-Minors 12:00 – 1pm
Week 5 May 7, 2015 Jericho Fun Day – Carnival, Bouncy Castle, Food and Photo’s – Trimble Park
Sunday Training May 8, 2016 Majors C: 9am – 10:30: Minors 10:30 -12:00; Mini-Minors 12:00 – 1pm
Week 6 May 14, 2016 Photo Day (Part 2) Missed teams and individual Photos – Carnarvon Park
Sunday Training May 15, 2016 No Training – Mariners Road Trip
Tournaments May 21, 2016 Tournaments played around Vancouver – Jericho hosts 9 Selects @ Carnarvon Park
Week 7 May 28, 2016  Majors C: 9am – 10:30: Minors 10:30 -12:00; Mini-Minors 12:00 – 1pm
Week 8 June 4, 2016  Majors Round Robin Playoffs Begin
Week 9 June 11, 2016  Majors Playoffs Continue
Week 10 June 18, 2016 Championship Day at Carnarvon Park – Inflatables, Bouncy Castles and Coaches Dunk Tank
Week 11 June 26 – July 9, 2016 District 1  9/10 All-Stars Tournament – Hosted by Kerrisdale
Week 12 July 5 – July 17 District 1  11/12 All-stars Tournament – Hosted by Little Mountain

Jericho offers Little League Baseball to children age 3 – 12 in Vancouver, BC. Registration for the 2016 season opens on Dec. 1, 2015, and games start in all divisions on April 9th, 2016.

2016 Registration Deadlines

  • Majors registration closes on January 31st, 2016
  • Minors and Mini-Minors deadline is February 21st, 2016
  • TBall and Blastball registration closes on February 28th, 2016

Late Registration is accepted in all divisions until April 30th, 2016 –  players will be placed on a waitlist and then will receive an email once placed on a team.

Click here to Registration Information and Fees


2016 Baseball Field Schedules

Coming soon.


2016 Majors Coaches’ Information Package

Pre-Game Warmup and Post-Game Stretches

DRILLS

Coaches Code of Conduct 2015 March 22

JB conflict resolution processing


Baseball Gear for New Players

All players (except Blast Ball) will need to supply their own baseball batting helmet, baseball glove, and jock. Baseball pants and cleats are recommended.

Quality baseball equipment for new players can be purchased at our sponsor Abbies Sports Shop ( http://www.abbiessports.com/ ).

Just say you’re registered with Jericho Little League to get a 10% discount.


Batting Cage Upgrades

The Carnarvon batting cage has been upgraded with an artificial turf floor, wind/rain screens, new balls, and new pitching machine pads. The hope is to keep the balls clean so that the pitching machine throws a little more consistently. Or even better, have someone hand pitch to your player with the L-screen in place.

In any case, you have the opportunity to take your kids out to the cage throughout the off-season. Hopefully, we can keep the winter rust to a minimum and make up some of the offensive gap we seem to have with respect to other local leagues.

Contact any coach to get a key to the batting cage. Right now, we don’t have a reservation system in place. If the cage is busy, why not work out together and make a competition out of it? One run for a line drive off the side walls, two runs for a liner to the back of the cage. Grounders keep you alive, three strikes and you’re out. Play 6 “innings” and see who “wins”.

Please keep the cage tidy with the balls in a bucket for the next person. Keep the cage balls in the cage. If you want to hit balls on the field, there are 2 bags of shag balls in the umpire’s equipment box.

Special thanks to Patrick Perry for spearheading these upgrades. Great job!

Happy hitting!


Baseball gear for new players

Prostock Gear DealAll players (except Blast Ball) will need to supply their own baseball batting helmet, baseball glove, and jock. Baseball pants and cleats are recommended.

Quality baseball equipment for new players can be purchased at our sponsor and equipment supplier – Prostock Athletic Supply ( http://www.goprostock.com ).

See the attached flyer for a special deal on equipment for new players.


Bat rules and specifications for the 2015 season:

Bats with an aluminum barrel (even if they have a composite handle) are allowed if they meet the specifications below (Rule 1.10):

Little League bats shall not be more than thirty-three (33) inches in length nor more than two and one-quarter (2¼) inches in diameter. Bats shall be labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less.

Bats with a composite barrel are ONLY allowed if they are on the list of Little League approved bats. The list is available at: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/licensedcompositebats.htm


Information Regarding Concussions

Jericho Little League is focussed on protecting the health, safety and welfare of its young players. Information about online concussion training for coaches and a fact sheet for parents and players is available here.

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