Winter Drop-in and Clinic Information

We've added a 9/10 Drop in!!!! | Read More

2018 Intermediate Canadian Champs!

D3 FV Vipers World Series Bound | Read all about it!!!

2018 Senior Provincial Champs!!!!

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2018 Junior Provincial Champs!

D3 Junior Allstars headed to Lethbridge | Details

We'll miss you Dave

| In Memoriam

Click on the calendar of events link to see dates and times for your player to attend evaluations. ALL PLAYERS league aged 7-14 are required to attend evaluations. Players go through drills (fielding, throwing, hitting) to assess physical skill levels, hand eye co-ordination, and overall athleticism. We do this in order to ensure that all kids are placed at a level where they will have fun and have an opportunity for success on the field. We also use these evaluations to form balanced teams within the divisions, so it is important that your child attend. Ideally both sessions, but at least one. Please get there early, as your player will need to check in on arrival and get their number. Also, parking is minimal - you may want to consider carpooling or skytrain. Start times are the time the evaluations start - shoes on, numbers on, ready to go. EQUIPMENT: Glove, jockstrap and cup (jill for the girls), batting helmet, runners - no cleats, bat if you have one, if not, we have plenty. If you're going out to buy one, make sure it has the USA Baseball logo on it. These are the only bats approved for Little League play. Here's a link to the Little League Bat rules ATTIRE: Baseball cap, longsleeve tshirt (hoodie might be a good idea - it's not exactly tropical), pants - sweats or track pants are fine if you don't have baseball pants yet. NO SHORTS. NO JEWELRY. Parents - please refrain from coaching, cheering, or otherwise commenting on your player or any others. Some of your kids will be nervous. Remind them these are just drills, go out and have fun, and hustle. Those who have been through the process before know that you'll get to hear a presentation on what CLL is all about, equipment, the process, parent volunteerism, and a few (hopefully) entertaining stories.
2019 CLL Calendar of Events