Fall Ball Registration is Closed
*REGISTRATION CHANGES* Please read!
This information will most likely have some changes for the spring 2021 season many things will remain.
Due to the Return to Play guidelines, there are extra forms that will need to be submitted with the registration process. Please download the "Compliance and Waivers" form HERE and complete it before continuing this registration process. You will need to upload the completed form in order to complete your registration. If you are unable to scan the documents, please take pictures with your phone and create a word document with them, all in one file to be uploaded
As you know, the Gordon Head Baseball Board continues to review the pages and pages of Return to Play Guidelines from ViaSport, BaseballBC, BC Minor Baseball, GVBA and Saanich and every update they publish. It is a lot to process and of course there have been many changes over the past several months with more changes to come
A lot has changed in how things are going to look on the field. Please bear with us as we figure out the specifics for each field. We’re just trying to “strike” down the best and safest way to have Fall Ball season for the players, as we’re sure they’ve missed the game.
There will be NO OPT OUT for volunteer duties. Remember, we are volunteers; we are parents just like you – not pandemic experts. We need parents to step into some key roles that have never been necessary, which is why we have decided there will be no opt out fee this season. We don’t know at this stage what Spring Ball will look like. We will just have to see what that brings.
Please be sure to read up at the given links below if you haven’t already.
If you have any questions regarding any of this, please be sure to contact either your Division Coordinator or;
President: Dave Garton email@example.com
VP Operations: Jon Milne firstname.lastname@example.org
VP Baseball: Steve Kachanoski email@example.com
GH Catchment Area
Gordon Head Baseball is home to players in the Gordon Head, 10 Mile Point, Quadra & McKenzie and Emily Carr area. For 11U and under we also welcome players from Broadmead, Claremont and Cordova Bay areas.
If a player lives in an area that changes catchment on the 13U - 18U map they can can remain with their original park for the remainder of their youth baseball career.
If you are unsure where you live on the maps, click the title and enter your address on Google Maps. Then click the red dot and the correct catchment will be listed on the left.
|Birth Year||Division||Spring 2020
|Fall 2019 Fees*|
|2001 or earlier||Mens SIBL||Team Fee||N/A|
|2002 to 2004||18U Midget||$250||$100|
|2005 or 2006||15U Bantam||$235**||$110|
|2007 or 2008||13U PeeWee||$220**||$110|
|2009 or 2010||11U Mosquito||$205||$60|
|2011 or 2012||9U Novice||$155||$60|
|2013 or 2014||7U T-Ball||$140||N/A|
|2015 or 2016||Blastball||$80||N/A|
|2002 to 2016||Challenger||$20||$10|
*Rates include a $10 facility fee, click here for more information.
** The AA teams will have an additional registration fee. See the information on the Division page.
For Refunds, please review our Refund Policy.
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