BC Girl's Instructional League


BC Girls Baseball 2019 Instructional League

The Leagues 2018 inaugural season was so successful that Baseball BC is thrilled to announce the BC Girls Instructional League will be expanding in 2019!  In addition to its established Lower Mainland host in Whalley, leagues are opening in the Okanagan & on Vancouver Island.  Kamloops will host the Okanagan League & Carnarvon is hosting Vancouver Islands league.The participants can again look forward to working with the finest female mentors and coaches as they develop baseball skills with other like-minded girls.  Throughout 9 sessions over 10 weeks this Spring and Summer, our trained coaches will build confidence, promote inclusivity, and provide a fun environment for new and experienced players alike.

This year, the Lower Mainland Whalley based League will be growing into two divisions split by ages 7-9 and 10-12 .  Both groups will play on Saturday's for 1.5hrs each, with a similar format making Year One so successful.  With a focus on skill development and learning, the players will be work in small groups with trained coaches on a variety of baseball skills for the first half of the session.  The second half will always include a simulated game, catered to fit the needs of all players.

.When: Saturday’s April 27th - June 29th (Excluding May 18th)

Where: Whalley Athletic Park, Surrey (Map)

Who: 7-9 year olds AND 10-12 year olds

  • 7 to 9yr's are 3pm-4:30pm each Saturday
  • 10 to 12yr's are 4:30pm-6pm each Saturday

 

$120 Regular Pricing through March (Ends Mar. 31 at Midnight)

$130 LATE PRICING through April

 

REGISTER HERE (Loer Mainland)

The BC Girls Okanagan Instructional League begins April 26th & Registration can be found here http://www.kamloopsminorbaseball.ca/girls

The BC Girls Vancouver Island League info will be coming Soon

 

2018 Testimonials:

“Just wanted to say thanks again to you and all the coaches for making it so much fun for the girls.  Sarah had a great time and is looking forward to anything else that may come up.”

 

“Thanks so much.  It was amazing to be a part of this inaugural season.”

 

Coach Niki Boyd – Team Canada Player says “It was an awesome experience for the players and us coaches too.  Some of the girls were extremely shy in the beginning, but by the end of the day they became some of the leaders.  It was really cool to see them progress on the field as baseball players and off the field as young individuals.  The girls built friendships, learned a few baseball fundamentals and had a lot of fun along the way.”

 

“Last year I had the opportunity to coach and share my passion for baseball with girls from across the Lower Mainland. I enjoyed coaching and teaching these amazing little girls and watching them grow and improve throughout the course of the camp. Not only did they improve skill-wise, they had the opportunity to meet other girls who shared the same passion for baseball as they do. It was great to see so many eager and excited girls who enjoyed and loved the game as much as I do. I learned a lot from these girls and it was a great experience. I look forward to coaching them again this year.”

-Emma March

 

“I was honoured to help coach such a cheerful and happy group of girls last season with the instructional league. The girls always had smiles on their faces and were having fun, even though they were working super hard and learning lots! An opportunity like this is something that I wish was around when I was younger, as I would have loved to have engaged with fellow female baseball players, and been introduced to some amazing role models along the way! I am very excited to be returning as a coach next season and am looking forward to meeting and developing the future of girls baseball!”

-Liz Gilder

 

“I had an amazing experience this past summer as a coach with the B.C. Girls Instructional League. It was great to see girls with all different experience levels coming together to improve their skills and have fun. It was a summer filled with sweat, tears, laughs, bruises, water fights, and new friendships. I would have loved an opportunity to join a league like this when I was younger. It shows the girls that they have the option to play baseball, softball, or both! I can’t wait to build off this inaugural season and see what 2019 has in store for us.”

-Marina DeAngelis

 

Please contact Scott Mackenzie at Baseball BC (604-586-3315) or Stacy Fournier (info below) with any questions.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Stacy Fournier
Manager of Operations - Girls Instructional League 

Head Coach - 14U Team BC Selects 
778-558-6723
stacy.fournier22@gmail.com

 

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