DISTRICT FIVE WILL BE HOSTING THE 2016 UMPIRE CLINIC
MARCH 4TH AND 5TH
1:OO PM TO 3:30 PM EACH DAY
WINDSOR HIGH SCHOOL
931 BROADVIEW DRIVE
IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM DISTRICT FIVE LITTLE LEAGUE
Important Update from District Five Little League
As many of your are aware, after more than 5 decades of deep rooted community-based baseball history, the current board of directors of Forest Hills Little League and North Van Central Little League recently decided to leave Little League to pursue other baseball options. While not surprised about these unfortunate developments District Five Little League remains committed to providing Little League Baseball in your area for many years to come. Our programs encourage kids to play in their local communities, with friends, and with the opportunity to play more competitive baseball through the summer season.
As of this week, District Five has sought approval to expanded boundaries for both Highands and Lynn Valley Little League to accomodate all families that wish to continue participating in our Little League program with stronger leagues. The new boundary guidelines will be Lonsdale west to Capilano River being Highlands, and Lonsdale east now being included into Lynn Valley. At recent meetings in Ottawa the new boundaries were approved by Little League Canada and now as of November 30th Little League International
Reistration is now open for these leagues and an email will follow shortly with more infomation on your new league.
For further information, please feel free to contact District Five Little League at firstname.lastname@example.org
DISTRICT FIVE WISHES HASTINGS LITTLE LEAGUE ALL THE SUCCESS WITH THEIR CHAMPIONSHIP
DISTRICT FIVE BIG LEAGUE TEAM WINS BIG
THE BOYS OF SUMMER BIG LEAGUE TEAM MADE AN INCREDIBLE RUN TO THE THE CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
They started their run by defeating the representatives from District 3, the Fraser Valley Chiefs. This tournament was a 'best of 3' with the D5 team winning two games to one. The team advanced to the Canadians in Calgary winning their way through to the finals, where they were defeated by the host team from Calgary District 8, in a high scoring and hotly contested game.
District 5 is very proud of this team - they are the first Big League team from District 5 to advance to the Canadian Finals.
Congratulations to all the players, coaches and parents!
Sunday, July 19
THE BOYS FROM HIGHLANDS DEFEATED HASTINGS IN THE FINALS TO WIN THE