Travelling Caravan heads to North Shore for the first of two nights of sessions (9U) - grassroots at its finest
With BC Baseball welcoming one of our newest association’s North Shore Minor Baseball our traveling roadshow stopped in for the first of two nights.
The first night brought upwards of 200 players, coaches and their parents for an evening of instruction. In speaking to many parents and participants they commented on how the caravan staff were very knowledgeable and kept the clinic running smoothly and efficiently. All thoroughly enjoying their time.
The North Vancouver group of players, parents and coaches were outstanding. The kids attention span and respect for the coaches was outstanding. Parents learned a lot of drills they can do with their kids at home and coaches saw warm up drills they can use prior to practices that works on skills and warms the players up in a fun way. Parents mentioned that it was a great program and they hoped we continue to do it each year.
Jacquie Griffiths. co-President of North Shore Minor Baseball passed along one of many communications regarding last night event from a parent
I just wanted to touch base and thank you for organizing this for us. It was awesome and really helped my husband and I (new baseball parents) to learn some great teaching techniques. My son had a great time as well.
BC Baseball would like to thank North Shore Baseball for hosting the Caravan and will see you tonight at Mountain View High School.