FIELD CONDITION INFORMATION
To all LWF & Tri County teams, for inclement weather and possible field closures please note the following information:
1) For all HRM owned fields which for us include the Waverley Sports Park, Correctional Field on Cobequid Road and Eddie Leblanc fields on First Lake Drive as well as the Lenihan Fields in Bedford you must go to the HRM website under Field Conditions. They generally post field closures around 9:00 am on the week-ends and by 3:00 pm on weekdays.
2) For all LWF controlled fields (WJCC, Waverley Legion, Grand Lake) or for the Les Mayo (Payzants) fields in Sackville we will post around 4:00 each day on the Sackville Minor Baseball Website or on our own LWF Baseball Website when a mass notification is not possible.
LWF Baseball News
Please note that for games at Les Mayo Fields, the health rules state that there will be only one spectator per person. The limit for total people gathering is still 150 outdoors which includes ALL ballfields so we have to limit the number of people attending these games. Thank you ! Sackville Minor BaseballRead More
Fall River Men’s Softball The Fall River men’s softball team is looking for players for this season. To play, you need to: be over 40 (chronologically unfortunately, not just because you feel like you’re over 40 some days) have played some level of organized baseball/softball previously be available most Sunday and Wednesday nights during the…Read More
COVID Update Baseball Nova Scotia will continue to provide membership with updates pertaining to sport. Messaging from Public Health will dictate all decisions and alterations to programming. As the province increases the distribution of vaccines, and the current outbreak is brought under control, our path forward will become clearer. The organization is still planning for…Read More
There has been some slight changes to the Tri County Rangers tryout schedule. Please see below for the tryout times to be held at the East Hants Sportsplex Dome. You will also receive an email with what group you are in for 11U and 13U age and your groups tryout schedule. 11U Group A –…Read More
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