Baseball BC Announces Updated 2017 Provincial Championships Information

January 31, 2017


Baseball BC is pleased to release a comprehensive package with information related to our 2017 Provincial Championships.   
Full Provincial Championships Entry Package

Baseball BC Provincial Championships are open to any association based teams in BC. In order to enter your team in a Provincial Championship please complete a registration form and submit your entry fee.  The entry deadline for the 15U AAA & 18U AAA Provincial Championships is April 1st. Entries for other divisions are due June 1st.

Baseball BC will host Provincial Championships at the 13U (AAA & AA), 15U (AAA & AA), and 18U (AAA & AA) divisions with winners qualifying for Western & National Championships.
Provincial Championship dates
Western & National dates

Baseball BC is excited to announce that Kamloops and District Minor Baseball will host the 13U AA, 15U AA & AAA, 18U AA, and 14U girls Western Canada Championships August 17-20.

Baseball BC seeks applications from associations to host any of our six Provincial Championships. Please see our hosting information document and application form. The deadline to apply to host is March 15th.

For further information regarding Provincial Championships, please contact, Championships Coordinator, Kyle Williams (kyle@baseball.bc.ca or 778-847-5475) or Executive Director, David Laing (604-586-3312). 


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