rom your feedback, the Asahi Baseball Association will be offering our Summer Training sessions. It starts on August 16th and will last for three consecutive Sundays (August 16, 23, 30) at Kensington Park (Burnaby). Registration cost per player is $75 (for any division).
We are holding Mosquito & PeeWee 1 sessions in the morning (9:30 AM to 12 noon) and PeeWee 2 & Bantam sessions in the evening (5:30 PM to 8PM). There is no difference between the PeeWee 1 & 2 sessions beside time.
We are looking at a maximum of 15 players per session and will be following the Asahi Return to Play safety protocols. To read more about our return to play information, you can view it here:
All the waiver forms will need to be handed in on the first day of practice.
To register, you MUST be a current member (paid the 2020/21 Membership Fee) and have all your Membership Registration documents (Membership form and Code of Conduct forms) completed.
A shout out to Coach Manabu of the Shin Asahi Mosquito team for this creative and meaningful message.
On behalf of the coaches and board members, we wish everyone to be safe and healthy. If all the players know one thing, it's team work. Right now is the time to demonstrate it. Do your part, pick each other up, and focus on process.
Dear Asahi families,
With the worldwide pandemic of the COVID-19 outbreak, sports activities are not exempted to exposure, as seen in the NBA. Other sports organizations like the NHL are taking precautionary steps.
As Spring Break approaches, some families will be traveling by planes and visiting places that have more confirmed cases of COVID-19. We wish you safe travels and ask that you follow best safety practices for your family and fellow teammates.
With many sources of information out there, please allow yourself to be informed by the facts put out by the following dependable organizations:
World Health Organization - https://www.who.int/
Center for Disease Control - https://www.cdc.gov/
Public Health Agency of Canada - https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health.html
We are exercising an abundance of caution, for the sake of all the players, their families and everybody in our organization / community, we will be postponing the 2021 Japan Tour Tryouts. We will notify players once we get new dates for try outs.
Be safe and healthy,
The Asahi Board
The Asahi Baseball Association (formerly known as the Canadian Nikkei Youth Baseball Club) is dedicated to creating healthy communities through the game of baseball. Inspired by the legacy of the Asahi Baseball team, for their skill, perseverance and accomplishments, it is our collective dream to bring back the Asahi Baseball Team to the Nikkei Community and Canada.
We believe in fair play, hard work and teamwork. We are a new club and are open to all, without regard to gender, ethnic origin or residency.