11U (Mosquito)

Directors

Name Position Contact
Shawna Davision Division Coordinator - Mosquito mosquito@southwestedmontonbaseball.ca

 

Game & Practice Days: Tuesdays/Thursdays and occasional Weekends

This is a developmental and recreational league for players, coaches, and umpires where having fun, as well as development of individual player skills and team social skills, are a priority to ensure everyone involved enjoys their baseball experience. Teams consist of 10-12 players which play other SOX teams. The SOX Board is committed to the Long Term Athletic Development model and we believe this schedule helps to develop life long athletic skills that will continue to benefit our children beyond their baseball years.

Players will be on the field twice a week, generally with one practice day and one game day. The season begins the first week of May weather permitting and ends at the end of June after a playoff tournament.

There will also be 1-2 Jamboree-style weekend tournaments (potentially, one in May and one in June) where teams will have an opportunity for multiple games in one day. 

 

Registration Detail

Age: 2009-2010 (11, 10 year olds)

Cost: $250

Dates: April 30 - June 20

Locations:  SW Edmonton

Additional Information:

  • there will be pre-season indoor training sessions the last week of April
  • Playoffs end of June
  • Possible Tournament participation
  • Additional (optional) player development sessions may be offered through out the season
  • Mosquito aged players can not play Pee Wee

Tier One Mosquito Team(s)  

This option is for House League Mosquito players with better than average abilities, looking for additional practices, coaching, tournament play and entry into the Provincial A-Level playoffs in July.  

Tier One teams will not play in the SWEMBA House league. Instead, Tier One teams will play against similarly skilled teams from other clubs in the Edmonton area in the YEGA league. Games can be on any weekday and travel to the surrounding cities will be required (for example, Devon and Le Duc).

Tier One players will be identified during the Spring evaluation process.  Players will be approached and will have the option to accept the invitation to the Tier One team, or play on a House Team. $100 Extra fees will apply if you a selected and accept a tier one roster spot. This is to cover extra games and umpire fees. 

If moving onto provincial play in July, extra fees will apply.

 



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