Hey Regina! Wanna play baseball this spring? Welcome to North Regina Little League [NRLL], or North Regina as we are often called.
NRLL was established in 1989 and is governed by the rules and regulations of Little League Baseball. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run organization governed by an Executive and Board of Directors who are fanatical about baseball and who work tirelessly to make North Regina the place where your kids want to play ball.
2022 Registration at North Regina Little League is open now! Deadline to register is March 15, 2022.
We have a program for every age and skill level. For players ages 6 and younger, we have T-Ball and Junior Rookie programs that are focused on movement and learning basic baseball skills in a fun and engaging environment.
For players ages 7-16:
T-Ball (age 4)
Junior Rookie (ages 5 + 6)
Senior Rookie (ages 7+ 8 )
Minor (ages 9 + 10)
Major (ages 11 + 12 )
Intermediate (ages 11-13)
Junior (ages 13 + 14)
Senior (ages 15 + 16)
We are also accepting registration for coaches and umpires.
Challenger baseball is an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities to enjoy the thrill of playing baseball, being part of a team, and developing physical and social skills. This program provides the benefits of participation in baseball at a level structured to their abilities. Games are played in a fun, safe environment where we don’t keep score. Our philosophy is very simple, ‘Play just for fun!’
North Regina Little League provides the youth of our community an opportunity to learn and excel at the game of baseball through proper skill development, knowledgeable coaching and continuing support from our family-oriented baseball community. These young players develop excellent baseball skills, but also learn discipline, confidence, teamwork and what it means to give back to a community. They are the future of NRLL and will be key to achieving and furthering our mission as they grow and have families of their own.
Once your child plays North Regina, they won’t want to play anywhere else!
Want to learn more? Visit the North Regina Little League website.