Coaching positions are available, please contact the applicable division rep for more information.
2013 Spring Season
As part of our Spring Season all coaches will receive a hat and practice t-shirt.
Police Information Checks
All coaches must COMPLETE the police information check process prior to Opening Ceremonies for the Spring Season and July 1 for Summer ball. Police Information Checks are good for 2 years. There is no charge to NDBA volunteers for this process.
The Police Information Check forms (1 & 2) are available on the Forms page. Both forms must be filled-out and submitted to the North Delta Police. Include a stamped self-addressed envelope with your submission. Please have the submission confirmation form date stamped and returned to your division rep. Once the Police have processed and returned your PIC forms, submit your forms to either your Division Rep or the NDBA President. More information on PICs can be found on the Delta Police website..
Baseball Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP)
The NDBA recommends all coaches complete the on-line module and take an Initiation Coach Clinic to be certified as an “Initiation Coach”. To meet summer ball requirements some coaches will need to achieve the “Regional and Provincial Coach” level. Once completed, the NDBA will reimburse the cost of these courses (keep your receipts). Go to our Links page to find Baseball Canada’s NCCP web-site.
Field schedules are posted on our website. Please contact the Field Manager to book a field for your regular practice times. Each division will be given priority on practice times for the fields that are the appropriate size for the age of their players. Coaches should attempt to resolve scheduling conflicts caused by rain-out games themselves before contacting the Field Manager.
Conflicts with other organizations using our fields can usually be resolved by showing them our field permits. They can be found on the website at the bottom of each field’s calendar.
The coach is responsible for having his/her players complete the medical form. The coach must keep the completed medical forms on their person for practices and games.
Parents Code of Conduct
Coaches are encouraged to review the Parents Code of Conduct with their team’s parents. A signed copy from each set of parents will help set and maintain the expecations of the Association.
Parental Field Duties
2 parents are assigned to field duties for each ‘home’ game. They are responsible for the set-up and clean-up of the playing field before and after the game. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the game
Coaches are responsible for collecting their player’s $100 uniform and concession deposit cheques. Division reps will collect the cheques from the coaches. Not applicable to Blastball, Challenger and Premier coaches. More info
In case of rainouts or game cancellations please contact Concessions and Umpires. Your team will be notified by the Field Manager of any field closures. Field availability may be found in the parks section of our website. Coaches should attempt to resolve scheduling conflicts caused by rain-out games themselves before contacting the Field Manager.
- Annieville: Daryl Harmer 604-889-9022
- Gunderson: Katie Harmer 604-764-8575
- Sunbury: Mereille Pedersen 604-596-7489
- Umpires: Brad Woof 778-786-4083 or Rick Antoniak 604-592-0735 / 604-671-0932