9/10 Little League All Stars
The 9/10 Little League All Star team is a sanctioned Little League team. Teams play in the local District tournament and the winner of the District advances to the Provincial tournament. For MSLL this means playing in the District 5 tournament against teams from Lynn Valley, NVC, Forest Hills, Higlands and West Van/Cypress Park. The winner of the District 5 tournament advances to the Provincials where they will complete against the winners of the other BC Little League districts.
Players on this team must be baseball age 10 or 9. Players must have played a minimum of Minors AA to tryout for this team. Players must have played a minimum of 60% of their MSLL team regular season/playoff games.
Head and assistant coaches are invited to apply for the 9/10 head coach or assistant coach position in mid May. Once applications are received the MSLL executive committee votes to appoint the head coach. The head coach is responsible for selecting the assistant coaches subject to executive committee approval.
Player tryouts are held in early June. Players must attend tryouts to be considered for the team. The head coach will contact all players who attend the tryouts to inform them whether they were successful in making the team.
The child of a head or assistant coach is not guaranteed placement on the team.
Post Season Fee
Players who are selected for the team are required to pay a $125 post season fee to participate (please contact the MSLL executive committee in case of hardship).
This fee covers the additional costs associated with the post season such as: caps, uniforms, belts, t-shirts, socks, pins, tournament entry fees, umpire fees, baseballs and equipment.
There is no cost to attend team tryouts.
2019 Official Tournament Dates
District 5 Tournament: ~June 28 – July 7 View Lynn Park / North Vancouver
Provincial Tournament: tbc
The 9/10 All Stars follows full Little League tournament rules. A key difference from regular season baseball is that this team has a batting line up of 9 players only. Players not in the starting line up are bench players. Minimum play rules guarantee that all players will get into the game – however depending on team size this may be for as little as 3 defensive outs and one at bat. Bench players may only be substituted for their “partner” player – this means that 5 or 6 players will play a full game, while others will play very little.
Line up decisions are fully at the discretion of the team head coach. All parents must sign the post season protocol and are expected to be supportive of the coaches.
In addition to the Districts/Provincial tournaments, the 9/10 All Stars team may participate in further tournaments:
Burnaby Summer Fun Tournament – mid July
Whistler Sea to Sky Tournament – early August