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North Regina News

Get Involved: Join Our Team!

If you're enthusiastic about youth sports and have some time to spare, we encourage you to explore the array of volunteer roles available. Each position spans a fulfilling 2-year term.

Take the first step in making a positive impact!

Our Annual General Meeting will be on July 17, 2024, immediately following the Major AAA Provincial Game.

weather updates

All games will be played as scheduled today.

North Regina’s Coach of the Year

Voting is now open!

Cast your vote for your favourite coach now!

A Little Bit about North Regina

Every year, about 650+ kids call North Regina their baseball home.  They play baseball with existing friends and make many new ones along the way; they learn sportsmanship, teamwork, responsibility and fair play; they learn what it’s like to be part of a supportive baseball community; oh…and they also develop some pretty great baseball skills!  At North Regina, you will find an exciting, close-knit baseball community where everyone is welcome.

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Regular Season

At North Regina, our Regular season gears up with Evaluations starting in February. Following assessments, team formation takes place throughout April. Come May, our action-packed season kicks off, spanning a thrilling eight weeks of baseball fun. Join us for a season filled with teamwork, skill-building, and plenty of memorable moments on the field.

Challenger Division

This important division enables every child the opportunity to participate in a team sport where they can meet new friends and challenge themselves on the diamonds.

All-Star Season

Every season, All-Star teams are carefully chosen from the Minor, Major, Intermediate, and Junior divisions to represent North Regina in Little League tournaments following the conclusion of the regular spring season.

treaty 4 flag

North Regina Little League acknowledges our operation on Treaty 4 territory, ancestral lands of the Cree, Salteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and the traditional homeland of the Metis.

Contact Us

Physical Location:

Kinsmen Park – 750 Pasqua Street

Mailing Address: 

#250-918 Albert Street

Regina, SK – S4R 2P7

Email Address: contactus@nrll.ca