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Championships

2018
Sr Provincials (D3 Warriors)
Jr Provincials (D3 All Stars)
Int Canadians (D3 Vipers)

2017
9/10 Districts (A's)
Jr Provincials (D3 All Stars)
Sr Canadians (D3 Warriors)
2016
9/10 Districts (A's)
9/10 Provincials (A's)
Sr Provincials (D3 Warriors)
2014
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2013
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
Sr Provincials (D3 Cyclones)
2012
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)

Sr Provincials (D3 Cyclones)
9/10 Districts (A's)
2011
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2010
Jr Canadians (A's)
Jr Provincials (A's)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2009
Jr Canadians (A's)
Jr Provincials (A's) 
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
Sr Provincials (A's)
2008
Jr Canadians (A's)
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2007
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2006
LL Districts (A's)
LL Provincials (A's)
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials(D3 Chiefs)
2003
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2001
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
BL Provincials (D3 Chiefs)
2000
BL World Series (D3 Orioles)
BL Canadians (D3 Orioles)
BL Provincials (D3 Orioles)
1999
Jr Canadians (A's)
BL Canadians (D3 Chiefs)
1986
Jr Canadians (A's)
1985
LL Districts (A's)
1984
LL Canadians (A's)
LL Provincials (A's)
LL Districts (A's)
1981
LL Districts (A's)
1980
LL Districts (A's)
1979
LL Districts (A's)
1975
LL Districts (A's)
1974
LL Districts (A's)
1965
LL Provincials (A's)
LL Districts (A's) 
1963
LL Districts (A's)

 
About Coquitlam Little League

Coquitlam Little League was founded in 1955. Since then, CLL has offered competitive and community baseball for children and youth in Coquitlam, Burnaby, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Maple Ridge.

Coquitlam has a long tradition of success and player development while staying true to Little League roots. One of the only programs that offer regular season opportunities for 4-18 year olds and postseason (all-star) opportunities for 8-18 year olds, Coquitlam regularly graduates players to College, University and other competitive leagues.

 
Guiding Principles
After research, evaluation and consultation, the Coquitlam Little League Board of Directors is proud to share a set of guiding principles that will help guide the decision making process:

- Support a fun, encouraging community for all families

- Offer players an opportunity for success at their respective skill level

- Maximize opportunities for players to have in game experience.

- Maximize opportunities for players to develop their baseball knowledge and skills to help them reach their full potential.

- Offer a postseason program that competes at a National level.

- Increase lifelong participation by encouraging responsibility and offering opportunities to volunteer.


 
Why Coquitlam Little League?

Coquitlam Little League is known across Canada for the quality program offered to all players and the community that supports them. The League supports all players from their first day of Blastball to their last day of Big League by listening to families and offering opportunities other organizations cannot.

Top Notch Resources

Coquitlam Little League is one of the few organizations that has a batting cage. In fact, we have two including an indoor batting cage that is used for offseason and rainy day opportunities. CLL believes in providing players with the best uniforms and equipment on the market; regularly upgrading uniforms and equipment so all players are treated to the best resources available. Blue Mountain Park and Mackin Yard are considered to be two of the best baseball diamonds in Metro Vancouver. Our dedication to continuous improvement and passion to provide all players with the best experience possible make CLL an organization that many others look to.

Sense of Community

Coquitlam Little League extends our reach to families beyond the game between the lines. Our League has a rich history of having a strong community presence. As a corner stone in the Tri Cities area, we are known for hosting some of the best tournaments across Canada and engaging the community by supporting our community partners and hosting events like parent pub nights and family outdoor movie nights. Many of our board members started as parents and continued to support CLL long after their children have stopped playing.

The Only Way To The World Series

Coquitlam Little League is the only League where players from Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and Maple Ridge can earn the chance to play in a World Series. Little League baseball offers World Series opportunities at the U12, U13, U14, U16 and U18 levels. Coquitlam has had many players play at the National and World Series levels; making friendships and memories that last a life time. 

Coach & Player Development

As one of the only baseball leagues to have their own indoor batting cage, year round development opportunities are offered at a low cost to families. CLL is dedicated to providing coaches and player’s clinics, resources and training within by bringing in special instructors with college and professional experience. 

4-8 Year Olds

We know families are busy and do what we can to make the baseball season fun and barrier free. Players in the Blastball and Minor divisions are able to choose what days of the week they would like to play (Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu) and all of their games are played at the same park. The Blastball division plays at Rochester School and the Minor division plays at Winslow Oval.

8-12 Year Olds

As kids get older, they get to play with their friends who are the same age and skill level. Most of the games are played out of Mackin Park. With multiple fields, Mackin Park is the perfect location for families with multiple children who are playing at the same time and all 'home' games are played out of this park. Players also get postseason opportunities. Postseason is optional for players who want to try out to play competitive baseball against players from around the Lower Mainland. Postseason for 9/10 year olds includes a District Championship tournament with the winner advancing to the Provincial Championship tournament. The 11/12 year old postseason team plays in their own District Championship tournament with the winner advancing to the Provincial Championship tournament. The winner of the Provincial Championship represents British Columbia at the Canadian Championship tournament where the winner goes to the famous World Series that we see on TV each summer.

13-18 Year Olds

13-18 Year Olds play predominantly out of the beautiful Blue Mountain Park with postseason opportunities at all levels. Away games are within the Lower Mainland. The Junior, Senior and Big League divisions also have a Provincial, Canadian and World Series tournament which gives players the chance to play at a high profile level. 
 

 
Coquitlam Little League Alumni

 
Contact Us

communications@coquitlamlittleleague.ca

Twitter: @CoquitlamLL
Facebook: facebook.com/coquitlamll
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PO Box 47541, Coquitlam BC, V3K 6T3

 
Affiliations

District 3 Little League - Local Division Website for District 3 LIttle League

Little League BC - Provincial Website for Little League BC

Little League Canada - National Website for Little League Canada

Little League - International Site for Little League

Coquitlam Reds - Website for our teammate organization, the Coquitlam Reds Premier Baseball League Progam

Tri City Challengers - Website with information for Challengers baseball in the Tri Cities

 

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