News and Announcements

WLL Please Join us:

Posted by Whalley Little League at Sep 20, 2016 11:07AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Whalley Little League you are invited:

On Saturday, September 24 from 11 am – 1 pm, one of our Community partners – Mainland Ford is hosting a BBQ event open to our community. Admission is by monetary or non-perishable food item donation for the Surrey Food Bank.
A pair of Canucks tickets and dinner at Browns Social House are up for silent auction— all proceeds go to the Surrey Food Bank as well.

Make sure you RSVP to this event page and invite your friends!

Fall Ball - Register Now

Posted by Whalley Little League at Aug 23, 2016 3:15PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Whalley is once again planning to participate in the Lower mainland Little League fall ball program.
There is a 9/10 age group and 11/12 age group. ( 2017 league age 9-12) Fee $45.00

Fall ball is a developmental opportunity with less competitive focus.

The season will start Sept 10th and will run until the weather holds or it starts to get dark too early for clinics (usually mid-October). It is structured so players can play another sport in the fall and still participate.
There is usually one clinic on a weeknight and one game on the weekend (Usually Sunday because other sports are usually Saturday). If Coaches are inclined to do so they can add clinics and games as participation warrants.

If you are wanting to get started as a coach- Fall ball is a good time to step up and get involved.

The PBL Chiefs are offering a Fall Ball program for 13-17

Whalley, Fall Ball is open to all players aged 13-17. The dates are Sept.6 through mid October weather permitting. A typical week will be workouts Tuesday through Thursdays at 6pm and games on the weekends.The Jr Chiefs will enter into a Tournament at White Rock in mid September and the Bantam Chiefs are in the Best of the West U15 Tournament in Kamloops Sept 23-5.

All instruction is handled by the Chiefs coaching staff.Costs will be $300.00 and will include a hat and Fall Ball uniform top.This will cover City user costs and umpire costs.

There is an on line link Fall Ball Registration to sign up on line.You can register in person as well.

Questions about the Chiefs can be directed to Paul Hargreaves at

Our AGM will be here before we know it, if you would like to volunteer or nominate someone for the Board please email us at

Team BC WLL Major Allstars

Posted by Whalley Little League at Aug 2, 2016 12:37PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The Whalley Major Allstars are one step closer to their goal of getting to the Little League World Series. – TEAM BC will compete at the Canadian Nationals in Vancouver Aug 4th -13th.

Luckily for us fans the Nationals are taking place at Hastings Little League!
Let’s show our team some Whalley support, Come out to the games and cheer our boys on!

First game is Thursday August 4th, 3:00pm vs the Prairies.

Click here to find out all the tournament details

Seniors at Nationals

Posted by Whalley Little League at Jul 25, 2016 9:36AM PDT ( 1 Comment )

Follow our D3 Fraser Valley Warriors at Nationals in Ottawa

To follow the games via Pointstreak click here

Front Row L-R Coach Nick Cameron, Manager Mark Deshane, 10 Braden Scott, 6 Bailey Chiasson, 26 Trevor “TJ” Deshane, 44 Ben Glascow, 42 Tarhique “T” Rindle,
12 Clark Johnson, 19 Darby Dickson, 9 Lucas Rise, 13 Nick Fortin, 55 Coach Ernie Dickson,
Back Row L-R
24 Evan Alexander, 15 Matthew Slater, 14 Cheylon Smith, 22 Jona Lee, 34 Ryan Christian, 4 Micheal Bauer


The Bullpen Baseball School will be hosting TWO three-day Summer Camp in coordination with Whalley L.L. baseball.
Age : 9 – 13
Date : July 26 – 28 / August 16 – 18
Time : 9:00 – 12:00 noon
Place : Whalley L.L. field
Cost : $130.00 (3-day camp)

This Camp will be an excellent opportunity for all players to extend their season and to enjoy some extra time on the ball field learning the finer points of the game from two / three very qualified bullpen instructors. Each three-hour camp will be held to a maximum of only 25 students as well.

Topics Covered:

Hitting; make more consistent contact, and also hit for more power
Situational Plays; rundowns, cut-offs, relays&why they are so important..age specific
Pitching / Throwing; proper mechanics for better control, and how to throw for more velocity. Learning to throw correctly at an early age is crucial to player development, and cuts down on the risk of arm injuries in later years.
Many Different Drills; to practice what is being shown.
Base Running; learn how to round the bags in the most efficient manner. Plus, lead-offs, and stealing..age specific
Fielding; proper form regarding the fielding of g/b & f/b
There would be a game played between the participants on the last two days, for 30 minutes.
Please contact Fred Sabatine: E-mail: /