The U19 division marks the last stretch of minor fastball, leading into ‘Womens’ when we turn ’20’.
Teams will also have at least one practice per week. This will be determined by the coach once teams are formed. Games will be umpired and use the Inter-lock rules.
The focus for U19 is celebrating lifelong friendships and making new ones, playing at a seriously competitive level, entering tournaments, and enjoying playing against teams from around the Fraser Valley and the Lower Mainland.
Birth Years: 2003 & 2004
Game Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Game Times: 6:30pm or sometimes 8:30pm, depending on the park. They usually run approximately 90 minutes. Coaches will require players to arrive at least 30 minutes ahead of game time.
Equipment Required: Softball Cleats (soccer ones are fine), baseball glove, helmet.
If a player would like to try the back-catcher position they will also need a Jill.
2022 Registration Fee: $250
All “new to softball” players are also required to purchase a lifetime membership to Softball BC of $10.
This must be done through Softball BC before you complete the LFA registration process. Please follow this link to get your Softball BC membership. https://www.softball.bc.ca/membership/get-a-new-softball-bc-number/
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Volunteering: Amateur athletics benefits the community as a whole, strengthening community and social ties.
Like most organizations, Langley Fastball Association relies on dedicated volunteers in order to offer the very best programs possible.
All of our participants are required to provide a minimum of 4 volunteer hours to aid in the success of our programs. sign up for volunteer hours is done during registration, through the automated registration system.
If you are able to commit to more, or are looking to offer a unique service that we hadn’t thought of, please contact our volunteer coordinator directly. firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to acknowledge that our Langley Fastball home fields are located on the unceded, traditional territory of the Katzie, Kwantlen, Tsawwassen First Nation (Coast Salish people), and Sto:lo First Nations.