Kakabeka Rural Baseball: Welcome

Any questions can be directed to kb.ruralbaseball@gmail.com

Tuesday April 8, 2014

Some issues have been reported with accessing the online registration. If you have previously attempted to register online, and experienced problems, please try again.

Online Registration now available at:

In Person Registration - April 8, 5pm-7pm at the Diamonds.

Planning is well underway for another season of Kakabeka Rural Baseball.  We are in need of coaches, umpires, and divisional reps to assist with the 2014 season. While coaching may seem challenging and time consuming, putting together a combination of three or four individuals results in a shared workload and less demands on everyone's time. Please consider submitting a coaching roster for any of our age divisions: TBall (3,4,5), Novice (6,7,8), Atom (9,10,11) or Peewee (12+).

We are hoping to start the week of May 5 but please remember this is weather dependant. You will be contacted by the executive or coaching staff, once teams and schedules are finalized.


Dani & Chrissie

The Kakabeka Rural baseball league is a local, volunteer run organization that provides children the opportunity to be active and participate in baseball.  We offer divisions for T-Ball (ages 3,4,5), Novice (6,7,8), Atom (9,10,11) and PeeWee(12+).  Our league runs from the beginning of May until mid June, ending off with a fun filled Wind-Up day at the end of the season.  Previous years events included a Mystery Hit contest, Water Balloon toss, and Round Robin playoff system.

As the league is volunteer run, we need a lot of help and support.  If you would like to volunteer your time to coach, assist a team, score-keep, help out at our events, or sit on the Executive Board, please contact kb.ruralbaseball@gmail.com Let's work together to provide our children with the opportunity to be active, have fun, and socialize in a healthy, clean, safe environment!


Please understand that when we are dividing players among the teams, we give priority to keeping siblings on the same team. We must also consider placement of players who have parent volunteers/coaches. The past few years we have received an extraordinary number of requests to accommodate players who want to be on the same team as their friends. In some cases, this would require placement of up to seven players on one team and we can’t always accommodate this in a way that ensures fair distribution of players by age and ability. We appreciate your understanding, and trust that you will help us explain this to the players.