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2017/2018 Season Tryouts - Sept 5th to 8th

Posted by RMMSA at Aug 1, 2017 7:16AM PDT

Rep tryouts will be held September 5th to 8th at Albion Sports Complex.

For more information see the link below;

Pre-registration is required, and is available online via the link below;

Need to get ready for tryouts? Check out the 2 day Summer Camp;

Don’t forget to check out the 12 week RMMSA After School Academy

Rage '01 - U16B Bronze Medal Winners at Provincials!

Posted by RMMSA at Jul 18, 2017 10:12PM PDT

Rage ’01 went undefeated in round robin play to take 1st place overall out of 16 teams in Nanaimo this past weekend.

Their first loss of the tournament Sunday morning to rivals Fury ‘01 forced Rage to battle back and win 2 more back to back games to return to the medal round. Unfortunately after playing 4 consecutive games in 7 hours, Rage ’01 couldn’t overcome Coquitlam Classics, and lost their last game 6-1.

Rage ’01 scored an amazing 64 runs over 9 games, and only allowed 22 runs against! An amazing effort by a great group of girls and coaches.

Pride '99 In San Diego

Posted by RMMSA at Jul 18, 2017 9:44PM PDT

While competing down at the Triple Crown World Series in San Diego, Pride ’99 takes in Padres-Giants game.

Congratulations Pride '99

Posted by RMMSA at Jul 18, 2017 9:28PM PDT

Ridge Meadows Pride ’99, coached by Tom Bowen, pose in their graduation dresses before finishing off the season.

All girls have completed their graduation requirements and are in the process of finishing up their minor league ball careers. It’s worth noting that 10 out of the 13 girls are off to play college ball next year in various locations – A nice reward for all their hard work!

Provincial Champions

Posted by RMMSA at Jul 12, 2017 7:17AM PDT

U19 RM Thunder won Provincial Gold in Chilliwack over the weekend. They qualified as the #3 seed after round robin play and went on to defeat North Langley Heat 7-1, Langford Lightening 6-0, Enderby Storm 8-1 in the first three playoff games before defeating the host Chilliwack Cyclones 10-2 in a five inning final.