2021 Pitching Clinics

We are excited to announce that we have pitching clinics available for registration.  They will run each Sunday from February 21st to March 28th by Brittany Hohmann at Windsor Stables in Aldergrove:

U10 10:30am-11:20am

U12/U14 11:30am-12:20pm

U10/12 12:30pm - 1:20pm

U14 and up 1:30pm - 2:20pm

You must be registered to play with LFA for the 2021 season in order to attend the clinics.

Each player attending must have a parent/guardian/experienced sibling available to catch for them.

Each player will need their glove, cleats, (they are recommended for this facility), face mask, infielder mask if you have one, and a water bottle clearly labelled with your players name.

Windsor Stable is located at 25241 Fraser Highway, Aldergrove, BC V4W 1Z9.

Spaces are limited - so register early to get a spot!

If you are interested in volunteering to sanitize the softballs at the end of the pitching session please let me know.  I will need 1 parent volunteer per session and the time spent can be counted as 1 volunteer hour towards your season's volunteer requirement.

2021 General Skills Clinics

If the clinic you would like to register your child in is full, please add their name to our Wait List. 

We will be doing our very best to make sure that every spot is filled each week. 

LFA is happy to announce that we are running General Skills clinic for 7 sessions.

The sessions will be at Thunderbird Show Park, starting Jan 17th

U8 - U10 - 12pm - 1pm

U12 - U19 - 1:30pm-2:30pm

Jan 17, 24, 31, Feb 7, (No Feb 14), 21, 28, and Mar 7

There are only 16 spots in each group so register asap for this free clinic!  This clinic is also only available to players who have registered for the 2021 season or are brand new players that want to learn about softball before they register for the season.

If you register and do not register for the season we may need to remove your clinic registration as we anticipate a wait list.

Your child will need to bring her glove, helmet, cleats, face mask, infielder mask, bat, and batting gloves.  Please also bring a water bottle clearly labelled with your daughter's name - and dress warmly in layers.  This is an indoor coverall but it is not insulated.

Parents will not be able to stay in the coverall due to current COVID guidelines but you can stay in the parking lot during the session.  We may also need a parent volunteer or two to take attendance/social distance monitor and be present for first aid if necessary.  Once you have registered and you would like to volunteer so that you can stay please let me know.  I will rotate the volunteers so that more parents have a chance to stay and watch.  There is no seating in the cover all, if you do volunteer you will need to bring a lawn chair, and dress warmly/in layers.

What to Bring to your clinic session.

Make sure you come ready to play with proper clothing/layers as will be practicing in an indoor riding facility, cleats if you have them (recommended) or running shoes and a water bottle with your name clearly labelled. You will be asked to perform all of the skills commonly used in a real game.

Also, please feel free to bring any additional equipment you may require – for example an infielders mask, batting gloves, bat, helmet, sliders.

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Langley Fastball Association
PO Box 61515
4030 200th St.
Langley, BC  V3A 1K0