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Spring Break Camp 20thMar-24thMar 

5U Spring Season

26U Season

Coaches Spring Season

Registration is now closed for 7U-18U

If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.

Evaluations 2023

Evaluations for 11U  and 26U 1st Practice/Evaluations

11U Evaluations will be held Sunday March 19th Fields at TBA waiting on the cities. Times are below

Surname A - K       1PM - 2:45PM

Surname M - Z      2:45PM - 4:30PM

26U Junior Men Try-Outs/ 1st Practice

Sunday March 26th. 6-8 @ Thompson Park

This is a AAA Type League and a Hitters League.
We play on Wednesday and Sundays only.
Fees have to be paid to Try-Out
Age is 18-26 as of the current year.

PeeWee A Summer Team

In the inaugural season of the newly formed Tri City Thunder, the U13A team qualified for the B.C. Provincials Tournament, hosted this year in Surrey B.C. (August 4-7, 2022). The tournament consisted of ten teams from the Okanagan, Northern B.C., and the Lower Mainland.

On day one, the Thunder suffered a tough loss against the eventual undefeated provincial champs from Langley. The following afternoon the Thunder found their groove with a convincing win over the host team, Surrey in five innings. The game displayed some stellar pitching by first year prospects, Liam Wise, and Tristan Currie. Along with great pitching Brayden Stephen showed his skills in the outfield with some highlight reel catches near the wall. That day, the Thunder played a second game which featured team captain, Nolan Schmidt hitting his first home run of the tournament, and a strong outing on the mound from first year ace, Ethan Leroux. Despite their efforts, the team lost 15-12 to the team from Aldergrove.

On day three of the tournament, the Thunder returned to form. Starter, Nolan Schmidt pitched four near perfect innings with a 10 combined strikeouts and Wesley Letourneau followed suit by hitting his first home run of the tournament. Twin brother Oliver was not to be out done, as he showed sharp skills in the field with some crucial outs. Strong base running which the team is known for and a hot bat by Tristan Newman solidified the dominant win in six innings over a strong team from Prince George.

When the dust settled, the Thunder fell just short of playing in the semi finals of the tournament as they lost the tie breaker to Aldergrove.

Of note, the team took part in the skills competition during the opening ceremonies which featured five players being crowned provincial base running champions. (Nolan Schmidt, Tristan Newman, Brayden Stephen, Ethan Leroux, and Tristan Currie)

Game MVP’s – Tristan Newman, Tristan Currie, Ethan Leroux, Nolan Schmidt

Volunteer Fee

This year we will be collecting Volunteer fees. $100/Family. Once hours are completed the $100 will be refunded.
Volunteer hours can consist of a four hour shift at the concession at Thompson park, Team manager, Coaches, assistant Coaches, raffle coordinator for your team, picture day volunteers, also tournament duties including raking and lining fields but it can't be a one time thing, It has to be a series of rakings and linings during a tournament. Or anything else that might come up during the season ( emails would be sent out asking for help).
We ask about 4 hours per family not per child.

We also have many Volunteer positions open like:
Division coordinators for U5,U18
Events Coordinator
Fundraising Coordinator
Tournament Director


Dear Players and Parents,

As you may have heard Coquitlam Minor Baseball and PoCo Minor Baseball have filed amalgamation paperwork to combine clubs and create a new association called Tri City Thunder Minor Baseball.

We are now permanently merged at ALL levels going forward for all ages.

The process is quite similar to what you already know from the past with regards to coaches and field locations in proximity to your community.

We are bigger and will definitely will be more successful as a larger club.

Questions can be directed to clubhouse@cmmba.com We are working on new email address and website and will be available soon.


John Powell


Tri City Thunder Minor Baseball

Calling All Umpires

Enjoy the game Baseball?  Become an umpire and get paid to officiate the sport we love and enjoy the sunshine!!!

Umpire Clinic - 11March location and times TBA

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