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
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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
Please note that the Baseball Nova Scotia Umpires Division registration is now open. They now have a new BNSUD website to handle the registration process and there are changes to this process for 2021. The new website is www.bnsud.ca The new registration process is also outlined in the following document: BNSUD RegistrationRead More
WANTED: Girls aged 9 – 14 to play in a provincial baseball league! For the first time, a province wide girls baseball league will be offered for the 12U and 14U divisions! No experience necessary! For more information contact email@example.comRead More
Please be advised that the deadline to register for players wishing to tryout for a Tri-County team in 2021 is April 7th. Simply go to the LWF Baseball website and register online and indicate you want to tryout for a Tri-County team. Meanwhile the deadline for those not wishing to tryout for Tri-County is still…Read More
Federally incorporated in 1964 as the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball, Baseball Canada is the national governing body for baseball in Canada and is made up of 10 provincial associations representing players, coaches and umpires nationwide.
Baseball Nova Scotia strives to promote and deliver services and programs in an equitable manner across the province. Our focus is to lead by example in governance support, athlete focused participation opportunities, coaching and officiating development...
Challenger Baseball is an adaptive program that provides an opportunity for children and youth with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to enjoy the full benefits of participating in organized baseball at a level structured to their abilities.