U9 - TimBits
The U9 is the exciting bridge between ‘Learn to play’ and the U11 division. We will introduce more of the rules, and rotate through the different positions on the field.
The evening is broken up into 2 parts. The first half is used as a practice to teach the players the rules and skills of softball through fun games and drills. The second half is used to play a modified game where every player hits and runs the based.
Coaches pitch and players can use a batting-T if necessary. The goal is to give every player the ability to succeed. Please make note of your school friends and we will do our best to group players with some their friends.
Birth Years: 2013 & 2014 & 2015 (2015's have the option of this division or the U7 - LTP division)
Game Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Game Times: 6 – approximately 7:30pm
Equipment Required: good runners, baseball glove, and helmet
2022 Registration Fee: $125
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.