Majors TLLL’s oldest division. The game progresses by adding lead-offs, and more positional development. Scores are kept, standings maintained and there are playoffs. Umpires are provided by the league.
All players registered in this division are required to attend pre-season assessments. Assessment times are selected during registration.
In order to balance the teams to enable a fun, competitive, and successful season for all, we do not take requests at this level.
Teams will have 1½-hour fielding practice and one 1-hour batting practice each week. These practices are usually on different weekday evenings. There may be additional batting practice times, depending on cage availability and coach interest.
One or two games per week. Games typically last 2 to 2.5 hours and players are expected to arrive 1 hour before the game for warmup activities. Between games and practices, players can expect to play ball four times a week at a minimum. There will be some travel throughout the season to play other Little League organizations, such as New Westminster, Hastings and South Vancouver – for example.
Scores are kept, standings maintained and there is a single-elimination playoff at the end of the season to determine a division champion.
Team rosters will normally consist of 12 players. Teams are selected by a draft process. Schedules will be posted in late March.
Parents will be placed on a rotational schedule to help with duties such as field prep (practices and games), score-keeping, pitch-counting, score-board, announcing and concession.
- Batting Helmet
- Baseball glove
- Cleated shoes are recommended
- Grey baseball pants