Schedule of Divisions in LMB
Rally Cap- Monday/Wednesday
Rookie - Tues/Thursday
Community teams- Monday/ Wednesday Mosquito (U11), Pee Wee (U13), Bantam (U15), Midget (U18) will also have games on a variety of nights depending on other Central Alberta League teams.
Competitive teams- Tuesday and Thursday and every other weekend until August
2017 LMBA Rates:
Rally Cap Program (Ages born in 2010-2012): $65.00
Rookie (Ages 2008-2009): $145.00
Mosquito Community (Ages born in 2006-2007): $215.00
Mosquito Competitive: $305.00
Peewee Community (Ages born in 2004-2005): $220.00
Peewee Competitive: $310.00
Bantam Community (Ages born in 2002-2003): $230.00
Bantam Competitive: $320.00
Midget Community (Ages born in 1999-2001): $235.00
Midget Competitive: 325.00
Community Teams that go to provincials will be charged an additional $50.00 per player to cover the cost of extra practice diamonds, etc.
If you are trying out for any of our Competitive teams, there will be additional costs involved with playing at this level. These additional costs are for team apparel, umpire fees, tournament fees, etc. There will be cash calls that will happen in mid April and can range from around $100 to approximately $350 per player. This amount will depend on what apparel is needed, the number of tournaments your team will be attending etc., as well as, how much fund raising your team is prepared to do.
It is important for our competitive teams to dress the same, and dress nicely to help in representing Lacombe Minor Baseball properly, as they attend tournaments and games throughout our province.
In some cases, at the end of the season, there have been dollars left over to give back to the parents depending on how well the fund raising has gone over the season. There have also been cases where teams have hosted provincials, and they have had sponsorships given to them. In some cases these teams have decided to give some of their left over funds back to the association to help build our programs. This will be a team decision. Getting money back at the end of the season is not the norm, and should not be an expectation.