As a Community based program, Richmond Little League (RLL) enters it's 4th season providing a fun, fair and positive baseball environment. To not only develop youth as athletes, but to help them find "friendships that last a lifetime" while learning a great game!
To that end, RLL will continue to foster relationships it's developed with our baseball partners in order to benefit ALL LEVELS of players. Those being The Dugout Club - which supplies our equipment at our Home Diamond at King George Park as needed - as well as those offering us excellent training opportunities through both our partner facility - The BallYard At Sport Central - as well as Player Development through 5Tool Baseball.
Come on out and see if we can't " collectively make a difference" for your family moving forward!!
Detailed age appropriate information can be found under the "Divisions" tab, but our goal is to once again offer a relatively inexpensive sporting opportunity - with limited travel - for boys and girls between the ages of 6-14.
As with all sports, registration numbers and coach availability for all Divs will determine program structure and viability.
Of particular interest to us this year, is possibly starting a NEW INTERMEDIATE / JR DIV which would entail players born from SEPT / 2005 to AUG / 2007.....If you're interested in playing or coaching at this level, we'd be interested in sharing with you the various Championship pathways made available by both LL and Baseball BC .
Subject to space availability, players registering with Richmond Little League have TWO opportunities to compete in the 2020 Baseball BC Provincial Championships which lead to Westerns and Nationals. This would be on top of eligible players competing to represent Canada at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania (Majors) or Livermore, California (Intermediates).
One would be to enter teams as an Little League association directly with Baseball B.C. by the required deadline of June 15th. The other would be to tryout for the District 6 Saints "SELECT" teams that compete in the Baseball BC Provincials leading to Westerns and Nationals in historically the U13 (AAA and AA) and U15 Divs (AA).
Any questions on these opportunities, please contact Pres@richmondlittleleague.ca
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