LWF Minor Baseball has completed team selections in all divisions and we still have a couple of openings for more players in both the 13U & 15U divisions. The online registration process is closed but if you would like to play please contact Barry at firstname.lastname@example.org
LWF Baseball News
Baseball Nova Scotia has announced that Phase 1 of the Return to Baseball has been approved by the Provincial Gov’t. In summary, that means that associations are able to hold training and development sessions/practices with a maximum of 10 people on the field with two of them having to be coaches (so 8 players). There…Read More
On June 8th, Baseball Nova Scotia announced we will be entering Phase 1 of our Return to Play on June 15th! See the following link for more information: Return to Play – Phase 1Read More
Looking to get a jump on your coaching education? Baseball Nova Scotia is now offering the second round of NCCP clinics online! They will be conducting the following courses (all 6:00-10:00 pm) via Adobe Connect: May 12th – Initiation May 13th – Teaching & Learning May 14th – Absolutes May 18th – Planning May 19th…Read More
BNS has released a 2020 Contingency Plan in the event that we do have a season this year. Check out the updated plan at this link. Baseball Nova Scotia 2020 Contingency PlanRead More
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Baseball Nova Scotia announced today that it will further extend its suspension of all in person activities to at least June 1st, 2020. Please see the BNS website and letter from the President of Baseball Nova Scotia. Link to the Baseball Nova Scotia site Letter from Baseball Nova Scotia…Read More
Looking to get a jump on your coaching education? Baseball Nova Scotia is offering all National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) clinics online! They will be conducting the following courses (all 6:00-10:00 pm) via Adobe Connect: April 14th – Initiation April 15th – Teaching & Learning April 16th – Absolutes April 20th – Planning April 21st…Read More
The Baseball Nova Scotia Board of Directors held a conference call on March 30th to determine the next steps for the organization in addressing the issues with the COVID-19 virus. In line with the decision by the Provincial Government to further delay the reopening of schools, Baseball Nova Scotia is extending its cancellation of all…Read More
In an effort to support social distancing and flatten the curve of the Covid-19 virus and follow the Baseball NS mandate below, the Tri-County Baseball Associations (LWF, Bedford and Sackville) have postponed all baseball related activities up to and including April 5th. This includes the March 29th and April 5th Tri-County Rangers tryouts that were…Read More
ATTENTION JUNIOR (19-21 YRS) AND INTERMEDIATE (ADULT) Ball Players – our Tri County Junior Rec and our TC Intermediate adult teams are both looking for players for the upcoming 2020 season and will be starting Spring training indoors fairly soon. The Junior team is allowed a couple of over aged 22 yr olds, for more…Read More
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