The Pee Wee Fall Ball division runs from about the last week of August until around mid October (approximately). This division will likely be participating in the Coquitlam tournament that runs over the Labour Day Weekend.
The Bantam and Mosquito divisions will run from the first week of September to mid October (approximately).
Each division is run by volunteer coaches and the start and end to each division will be controlled by the coaches based on their availability and weather.
Fall ball teams are formed from kids who will be playing in the Mosquito, Pee Wee and Bantam divisions in the Next spring season. In other words, the Pee Wee fall ball team would be made up of kids who played 2nd year Mosquito or 1st year Pee Wee this year. The Bantam team would be made up of kids who played 2nd year Pee Wee or 1st year Bantam this year.
Please note that Fall Ball is a non-structured season of practices, exhibition games and possibly a tournament or 2.
As an example in Pee Wee last year we had 34 kids that rotated through the games based on availability. We try to balance out playing time to keep it as equal as possible but the number of games and or practices your child gets could be impacted by other sporting commitments.
All players will receive a hat and Dry Fit Jersey with a number to keep.
Pee Wee $110.00
To check whether there is still space in your division, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dave Palmer (CMBA Registrar) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Chris Lund at email@example.com.
Please note the following items were found in Cloverdale Ball Park:
If you believe any of these belong to you, please email Margaret with a description of the item at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cloverdale Pee Wee (13U) AAA team has won the Silver Medal at the Pee Wee AAA Provincial Championships held in Cloverdale over the August long weekend.
After completing the round robin at 2-2, and needing a little help along the way, the Cloverdale team qualified for the semi finals and a showdown with the undefeated Burnaby team.
After winning a close hard fought battle with Burnaby 3-1, Cloverdale faces a very tough team from Abbotsford in the final. While jumping out to an early lead, the Abbotsford bats prevailed for an eventual 12-8 Abbotsford victory.
Cloverdale will now go on to represent the province as Team BC for the Western Canada Baseball Championships in Altona Manitoba August 14 - 18.
The Cloverdale Bantam (15U) AAA team has successfully defended their Provincial Champion title, by once again winning the Bantam AAA Provincial Championships held in Rutland over the August long weekend.
Despite a couple losses during the round robin portion, Cloverdale qualified for the semi final, where they ran over the top seed from the other pool Vancouver 10-2, setting up a matchup with Abbbotsford in the final.
The final was a close matchup until Cloverdale pulled ahead and held on for the Gold Medal with a 5-2 final score.
The Cloverdale team will now go on to represent BC in the National Championships in Vaughn Ontario August 21 - 25.
The equipment room will be open the following days and times for coaches to return their equipment bags and uniforms:
Please make sure that team equipment bags have been cleaned out (all equipment taken out and all dirt shaken out of the bag) before returning it. Also please note any equipment that is missing or in need of repair so we can make sure the bag is ready to go for next season.
We have all sizes of summer ball hats for sale, and extra summer ball pants for sale in all sizes except youth large. Hats are $20, and pants are $20 for youth sizes and $25 for adult sizes.
Cloverdale Minor Baseball would like to thank the following Silver Level Sponsors for their generous support toward the 2014 Pee Wee AAA Baseball Provincial Championships.
To see the complete and growing list of sponsors, please see the Provincials Sponsors page (also available below the Provincials menu at the top of this page).
The Cloverdale Mosquito AAA Tier 1 Spurs kept it up the past weekend winning the Valley of Champions tournament in Kelowna, once again edging out Abbotsford in the final.
In the Newton Tadpole Tournament on the July long weekend, Cloverdale White Spurs won the final over the Cloverdale Red Spurs.
In the Newton Tadpole Tournament on the July long weekend, Cloverdale Red Spurs and Cloverdale White Spurs met in the tournament final.
On the July long weekend in Cloverdale Ball Park, the Cloverdale Mosquito AAA Tier 1 Spurs reigned supreme as tournament champions.