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2017 Pee Wee AA Fall/ Winter Workouts

Any Pee Wee aged player (2004/2005 birth year) who is interested in playing Peewee AA in 2017, is invited to fall/ winter workouts. Orville Germaine will be running these sessions and will have special guests helping out from time to time. Orville is a staple around the high performance programs throughout BC and we are very fortunate to have him run this program.

When  Wednesdays 6:00-7:30 pm 


             Sundays 12:00-2:00 pm 

Where: Aldergrove Athletic Park Batting Cages

The work outs will begin on Wednesday, November 2nd. (unless Game 7 of the World Series is played, which will be that night, in which case the first workout will be Sun, Nov 6). 

Players should dress warmly, bring their glove, bat and a skipping rope if they have one. Most importantly though, players must bring a good attitude and a strong work ethic. 

All players must have been registered in BC (Minor) Baseball last year to be insured. So, if you played in Aldergrove last year, you are good to go.

If you would like to register for the upcoming season, please see the Registration page.

Posted on 10/28/2016


Remember to join us at the AGM on Wednesday, October 12th (7 pm) to take advantage of being part of the draw for a free 2017 registration as well as a $20 discount on your 2017 registration (only applies if you are in attendance for the entire meeting and are present at the end of meeting roll call).

If you have any questions, please email

Posted on 10/02/2016

One Day...

One Day

Yes, our kids' sports suck up all of our free time. Yes, our kids' sports make our lives and schedules crazy sometimes (OK, most of the time). Yes, our kids' sports keep getting more expensive. Yes, it's a pain in the butt to leave work early to drive home, then drive back across town so our kids can be at their ball game at 5:00pm, a half hour to 45 mins before it begins.

But in the blink of an eye, our kids won't be kids anymore. They'll be driving themselves or getting rides with buddies to practices and games. Then all of the sudden, we'll be left with a huge void in our lives and the only thing that will occupy it is the constant question running through our minds... "How did it go by so fast?"

So, embrace every crazy, annoying, inconvenient and expensive moment while you can.

Remember to try to "see the game through the eyes of the kids". It will make your time at the park that much more enjoyable.

Posted on 05/16/2016