We acknowledge that Port Coquitlam Minor Softball operates on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem First Nation). We thank the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm who continue to live on these lands and care for them, along with the waters and all that is above and below.
Our Fall Development Training Sessions are:
For all U9 (2013-2014) are Tuesdays Oct 12, Oct 26, Nov 16 and Nov 30 at Kwayhquitlum Middle School from 5-6 pm
For all U11 (2011-2012) are Tuesdays Oct 5, Oct 19, Nov 2, Nov 23 and Dec7 at Kwayhquitlum Middle School from 5-6 pm
For all U13 (2009-2010) are Mondays from Oct 4 until Dec 6 from 5-7 pm at Irvine Elementary
For all U15C players (2007-2008) Tuesdays from 6-7 pm from Oct 5-Dec7th at Kwayhquitlum Middle School
This is a great opportunity for players to train over the Fall in order to develop their skills prior to starting their season!
Register link below
Are looking for a few more players. Come to a tryout
Saturday Sept 18th from 12-2 at McLean Park
Looking for a few players. Please contact Coach Bob if you are interested
Looking for a few players. Please contact Coach Tony if you are interested
h) EFFECTIVE FOR THE 2022 PLAYING SEASON:
i) All U13 minor players, and younger, must register only with a team in a recognized
association located within the boundaries of the District in which that player resides.
ii) A player is exempt from subsection i) of this section where:
1. There is no team in the player’s own District in the category and classification that the player
intends to play on out of District; or
2. The player has received a written release - via a Tryout Activity Report - from any association
within the player’s own District that has one or more teams in the category and classification at
the level that the player intends to play out of District, indicating that the association does not
object to the player playing out of District at that level.
The Minor Coordinator for the player’s home District and the District in which they wish to play
will manage the exemption process and paperwork.
iii) All U13 and younger players on a 2021 SBBC official team registration form will have the
option to stay in the District in which that team is registered, or to return to their home District
in 2022 and in subsequent seasons. The player may stay in the District in which they are
registered in 2021 in all subsequent years, including with a team at a different association
within that other District at the same classification and category , but should they return to
their home District at any point, should they wish to play in another District that is not their
home District, or should they drop down to a lower classification, they would again be subject
to the requirements of this section regarding playing out of District should they wish to do so.
For purposes of this section a player’s home District is the address used for registration and at
which they ordinarily reside.
iv) Should a player wish to stay out of their home District for a second or subsequent season,
the player should present a signed redacted* copy of the roster from the previous year as
evidence that they are permitted to continue to register in that other District. This redacted
form can be obtained by the District Minor Coordinator of that district.
v) Except in accordance with this section, with the exception of any post-season event which
has been clearly and explicitly sanctioned by the Minor Director of Softball BC, players must not
participate in any event on a team from outside the player’s District of residence.
i) Where it is established that a player who does not have a release as set out in subsection ii) of
this section has attended a training session, game or practice with another team, or in any way
works out with a team outside his/her District of residence, the player will be deemed ineligible
to play out of his or her home District in the next playing season, and the team/association that
allowed that player to work out with them will be deemed ineligible to accept any new out of
District players in the next playing season. In addition, the player and the head coach and
manager of any team accepting participation of a player that does not have a release as set out
in subsection ii) may be subject to disciplinary measures, which may include suspension.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, players are permitted to attend any type of skill building clinic
that is organized by a third-party organization or association and does not have direct ties to a
particular team. Any disciplinary action or ineligibility will be managed by the District Minor
Coordinators as selected by the Minor Director to investigate.
* redacted means that all personal information about other players and coaches will be blacked
out to protect their privacy.
Congrats to all of our teams in the Provincials this summer.
We are proud to have had many teams represent PoCo, AND placed in their respective tournaments!
Results are as follows:
U19C WildSox (Bronze in the Gold pool)
U19B Ravens (Gold in the Gold pool)
U14B Ravens (Bronze in the Silver pool)
Great work, players and coaches! We could not be more proud!
Hello PCMSA members.
We have been working closely with the City of Port Coquitlam, Softball BC, and ViaSport, so that we can proceed with a 2021 season.
We thank you for your ongoing patience as we figure out how to proceed safely.
Softball BC has now released their Return to Play Guidelines which can be found here. There are NO major rule changes.
Each team will need additional parents help to allow teams to meet the Softball BC requirements (e.g. equipment sanitization, ensuring social distancing, health checks and attendance management), in addition to basic roles such as scorekeeping and field prep. Note: U6 and U8 players require a chaperone
Again, we thank you for your patience, and we look forward to seeing you all at McLean!
-The PCMSA Exec team
Welcome to Port Coquitlam Minor Softball! We offer opportunities for girls and boys to develop skills in a team based environment that encourages fair play, and FUN! We are based out of McLean Park, with games also played at Gates Park. Please come on down and check us out! We love having everyone come out to play!
Please be patient while we sort out how the season will go, and we will make a final decision re: volunteering, based on revised schedule, and if and when we should decide if any tournaments will be held.
We are just about to kick off the 2020 season, and we are hard at work getting teams organized, and tournaments set up. In order to make our season successful, and keep costs down for families, we depend on YOUR help to get things done. As stipulated when you registered,
Hour Requirements 2020 Season:
Volunteer hour requirements per registered family in each team shall be 5 hours in order to qualify for return of volunteer deposit cheques. There is a 2 hour volunteer requirement for the U6/Learn-to-play division.
There are no exceptions unless you have discussed this with our volunteer coordinator.
We thank you in advance for your amazing commitment to our association, and making the season great for our kids!
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