|Pre-Season||Sat Apr 1||Blastball closesCoach Training – Mandatory – Carnarvon 9am to 1:30pm
Concession Training – 11am – Mandatory for Majors Team – Carnarvon
Outfield Fence setup and Field Prep
|Sun Apr 2||District Coaches Workshop – Vancouver College|
|Week 1||Sat Apr 8||All Divisions play gamesCarnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun Apr 9||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-7pmDrop-in Skills Training – Mini-Minors 9am -10am; Minors 10am – 11:30am, Majors C 11:30am – 1pm Carnarvon Park|
|Week 2||Sat Apr 15||Easter Weekend – No games|
|Week 3||Sat Apr 22||Carnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun Apr 23||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-7pmDrop-in Skills Training – Mini-Minors 9am -10am; Minors 10am – 11:30am, Majors C 11:30am – 1pm Carnarvon Park
Umpire Training – New umpires – 1 -3pm Carnarvon Park
|Week 4||Sat Apr 30||Carnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun May 1||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-6pmDrop-in Skills Training – Mini-Minors 9am -10am; Minors 10am – 11:30am, Majors B&C 11:30am – 1pm Carnarvon Park|
|Week 5||Sat May 6||Jericho Fun Day – Carnival, Bouncy Castle, Food and Photo’s – Carnarvon ParkCarnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun May 7||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-7pmDrop-in Skills Training – Mini-Minors 9am -10am; Minors 10am – 11:30am, Majors B&C 11:30am – 1pm Carnarvon Park|
|Week 6||Sat May 13||Jericho Fun Day – Carnival, Bouncy Castle, Food and Photo’s – Carnarvon ParkCarnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun May 14||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-7pmDrop-in Skills Training – Mini-Minors 9am -10am; Minors 10am – 11:30am, Majors B&C 11:30am – 1pm Carnarvon Park|
|Tournaments||May 20-22, 2017||Tournaments played around Vancouver – Jericho hosts 9 Selects and International Majors A Tournament @ Carnarvonn Park|
|Week 7||Sat May 27||Carnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun May 28||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-6pm|
|Week 8||Sat June 3||Majors Round Robin Playoffs BeginCarnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun June 4||Carnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Week 9||Sat June 10||Majors Playoffs ContinueCarnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm|
|Sun June 11||Carnarvon Concession open 10am-7pm|
|Week 10||Sat June 17||Last day of Season – Championship Day at Carnarvon Park Inflatables, Bouncy Castles and Coaches Dunk Tank
Carnarvon Concession open 9am-7pm
|Week 11||June 25 – July 9||Little Mountain hosts District 1 9/10 All-Stars Tournament – Hillcrest Park8-Selects, 9-Selecta, 10-Selects, 11-Selects & 12-Selects Tournaments – T.B.A.|
|Week 12||July 7 – 17||Jericho Hosts -District 1 11/12 All Stars Tournament – Carnarvon Park|
We are pleased to announce the following teams for tournament play:
Jericho 11/12 All-stars: Thomas Charuhas, Max Langley, Scott Langley, Finn McDougall, Max Molnar, Dylan Pryde, Oliver Read, Casey Renneckar, Pavo Smith-Manojlovic, Kai Tukker, Sahil Varshney & Callum Young: Head Coach – Paul Langley
Jericho 11 Selects: Forest van Alstine, Carson Bawa, Finlay Buder, Dylan Bowles, Luke Cairns, Huxley Collard, Charlie Cutler, Angus Dewar, Thomas Haldenby, Sidney Howey, Jona Jagas, Jacob Knoblauch, Liam Palmer, JR Stark & Mateo Sinasac. First practice 10am – Sunday June 18th, Carnarvon Park. Head Coach – Fred Cutler
Jericho offers Little League Baseball to children age 3 – 12 in Vancouver, BC. Registration for the 2018 season opens on Dec. 1, 2017, and games start in all divisions on April 1st, 2018.
2018 Registration Deadlines
- Majors, Minors and registration closes on January 31st, 2018
- Minors and Mini-Minors deadline is January 31st, 2018
- TBall and Blastball registration closes on January 31st 2018
Late Registration is accepted in all divisions until April 15th, 2018 – players will be placed on a waitlist and then will receive an email once placed on a team.
2017 Majors Coaches’ Information Package
Baseball Gear for New Players
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!
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
Bat rules and specifications for the 2017 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.