We have formed two 15U teams and one 13U team for 2023. We are Leaving registration open Until September 9th for 15U and 13U players.
Graduating players from Layrtiz Little League can play at their Park. Moving into BC minor Baseball is easy to register for 13U fall ball. If you live in North Langford you are grandfathered in to play at Layrtiz baseball.
Fall Registration is open. Click here to go to the form
After graduating from Layrtiz Little League, players can continue playing at their home park. and, they also have the opportunity to move up to the larger field and play triple-A, double-AA, or single-A baseball at affordable prices.
If you live in North Langford, you can still play at Layrtiz.
If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com. Consider signing up for fall ball and giving it a try!
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If you are a returning umpire or are looking to become one, we have an update for you! Apologies for hitting up everyone’s inbox with this but we have had a lot of people express interest over the last few weeks and we want to ensure that nobody misses out. As everyone knows we struggle for umpires at every age group, the more people we can get certified the better! BCBUA, the organization that oversees certification within the province, has posted clinic registrations on their website www.bcbua.ca for Level 1 and Level 2 umpires. ALL umpires, new or returning, are required to renew their BCBUA membership each year. This membership puts you in good-standing with BCBUA and provides you the ability to register for free for the Level 1 & 2 clinics.
All NEW umpires must attend the Online and the In Person clinic.
Returning certified umpires are only required to write the online exams in order for certification each year so long as they are staying in the Level they are certified for.
All second year Level 2 umpires who did Defensive rules last year at the clinic must attend the Offence clinic this year in order to get their full Level 2 certification
The requirement for Level 3 and above is limited but should your umpire be interested it would be best to reach out to the local BCBUA rep for more info.
When you sign up/renew your membership on the BCBUA website you will then have access to see what clinics are available. As of TODAY for Victoria there are Level 1 clinics booked on Feb 25 & March 4 and Level 2 clinic on March 11. These in person clinics will cover both plate and base umpiring.
BCBUA membership fees will be reimbursed by your home park (with proof of receipt) after completing 4 games for us this spring.
Level 1 clinics are for those that are new to umpiring and those that will be umpiring at the 11U and 9U divisions (60’ diamonds with no leadoffs).
Level 2 clinics are for umpires that will be umpiring at the 13U and higher divisions. There are leadoffs and balks at these levels. Minimum age for level 2 is 14 years old. (BC Minor rules state that an umpire must be 1 division removed from the division they are umpiring i.e. must be 15U-aged to umpire at 13U division)
BCBUA Online Clinics – Registration Now Available!
Hi everyone. We’re pleased to confirm that the BCBUA online clinics are now available for registration. To access registration instructions, please log in and go to this page: https://bcbua.ca/2023-online-clinic-instructions
Clinic dates are as follows:
February 18 8:30 am
February 28 5:30 pm
March 11 8:30 am
March 28 5:30 pm
April 2 8:30 am
April 4 5:30 pm
BCBUA In Person Clinics – Registration Now Available!
Make sure you are logged in and then go here for more details: https://bcbua.ca/?fd=members&pg=clinics
Feb 25, 10-230 – level 1 – Colwood Community Hall Address: 2219 Sooke Rd, Victoria, BC V9B 1W8
March 4, 1230-5 – level 1 – Quadra Community Gym Address: 950 King’s Rd, Victoria, BC. V8T 2W6
March 11, 10-230 – level 2 – Colwood Community Hall Address: 2219 Sooke Rd, Victoria, BC V9B 1W8
If you have any questions please refer to the BCBUA website or your home parks Umpire in Charge.
Is is that time of year. Sign up now. Winter clincs for 13U and 15U are on going. Join us to have some fun and get some practice in.
Please be sure to remind any of your 2022 Grade 12 Graduates that the deadline to apply for a BCMBA Scholarship is September 30th. Remember, this can be a player or umpire who is currently a member of your association and participated in the 2022 Season.
Here is the link to the application;
It can also be found on our website;
BC Minor Baseball Association (BCMBA) is dedicated to assisting worthy applicants in their desire to attend post-secondary education. BCMBA may grant up to four (4) x $500.00 scholarships per year to any successful applicant who, for three or more years, has demonstrated proficiency in baseball or umpiring. The applicant must have played or umpired within an association that is a member in good standing with BC Minor Baseball Association.
Any questions regarding this opportunity should be directed to Raj Puri firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Registration is Open. We have dropped the price in 2022.
So much for inflation Click Here to register
Layritz partners with Triangle to host the Provincial Wild Card Tournament. 4 teams and 2 teams make it through.
There are 25 teams declared for the 2022 season. 16 lower mainland, 5 Island, 3 Interior and 1 north. As per Rule 8.09(E) the division will be split into two tiers (1&2) for the 2022 season. Season is set to start early April, with the Provincials being held July 28 – 30 in Richmond BC.
Friday nights and Sunday afternoons are the days of the week for the Layrtiz Indoor training. Get ready for the AA assessments or work on your skills for any level of baseball. This is the time to do it. To register email Joseph @ email@example.com
They are back!
Winter clinics off technical training and exercise. The clinics are designs to improve baseball mechanics and have some fun at the same time. The goal is to improve physical fitness and baseball skills.
Starting in early Nov. and ending in Late Feb. One weeknight and Sundays. for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Ball Registration Is Open
Fall Ball Season 2021.
A bridge between the 2021 and 2022 Spring seasons. Fall ball is a shortened season of approximately 8-9 games weather depending, from early September to mid/late October. As you can expect, the dates, timings and locations are all TENTATIVE at this point so please be patient as we work those details out. Once confirmed, we will be sending out more information.
**When registering, you register for the division you played in during the Spring season. If you are coming from Little league, sign up as a new player.
With the daylight limited at that time of year, most if not all games will be on the weekend. With limited space and daylight on the weekend, the 13U and 15U divisions may also play night games under the lights at Lambrick Park during the week.
**Please note that NOT every registered player will receive a hat as part of their registration. To keep the cost down for our members, we do not provide a new hat if you played the spring season. During registration, you will have the option to select “I played spring ball and have a hat” or choose the hat size you need if you choose the latter and are in need of a hat because you lost it or if you didn’t play spring ball, you would have the choice to purchase a hat during the registration process. Click Here to Register
Congratulations to all the kids that make up our 2021 15U AA TEAM.
NCCP courses are being offered online. If you coach and would like to learn more this is a great way to do it. If you are interested in coaching this is the best way to get started. Go to NCCP
• All players, coaches, and team volunteers MUST check-in and complete health screening before entering the safety zone/field. See the attached field safety map for reference.
• No spectators will be allowed within the established safety zone.
• Washrooms are found at the Uvic Athletic centre, and Masks will be required to enter the building.
• No gum, no sunflower seeds, no spitting.
Groups of 8 to 10 will go through their session. Their hands will need to sanitize though out the session. Masks are not required, but kids can wear them if they feel they need them.
- Players will be asked to social distance throughout the session.
- Masked must be worn in all common areas outside of the safety zone
- For more information on double-A baseball and additional fees, please click here
- The location is UVIC Turf Field #3. Directions and arrival times will be emailed to you.
- Players are to arrive 10 minutes before their start time. Start time will stagger at 20-minute intervals starting at 11 am to 12 pm. The total length is time for the assessment session is 11 am to 1:30 pm.
15U is filling up fast but we need more 13U and 18U. Spring is just around the corner.