T-ball will be played on Mondays and Wednesdays at Riverdene or Fairview ball diamonds. We are still working on the scheduling for these diamonds. If you require info please contact Mallory our T-Ball division director.
• Swift Current Minor Baseball (SCMB)
The Board of Directors of Swift Current Minor Baseball invites tenders for concession services within the city of Swift Current for the 2016 Baseball season (April 30th – August 21, 2016) commencing April 30, 2016. The successful vendor must the following:
• have a valid business license;
• meet the necessary requirements of regulatory agencies for food handling
• have SCMBA Board approval for food services at 19th Ave NE Concession
Additional specifications may be obtained from SCMB. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Sealed tenders clearly marked “SCMB CONCESSION TENDER” will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 PM C.S.T. Friday, March 25, 2016. Tenders will be opened in closed session.
Kyle McIntyre – SCMB-Concession Coordinator
Swift Current SK.
Coaching forms and applications are now available for the 2016 season on the Coach’s Corner page. Applications for provincial coaches are due by February 12th, so get those in ASAP.
We would like to announce that Kevin Patenaude has been appointed as president. Kevin with the help of the all the board will continue to move the board forward. We all look forward to the 2016 baseball season.
We held our annual AGM/Awards night last night at the Credit Union IPlex Auditorium. We had 170 players, coaches, parents, and family in attendance to celebrate the accomplishments of a few of SCMB finest players, coaches, and umpires. This was the 1st annual banquet for us, and we are very proud of how it went.
The following are the winners of the awards
Junior umpire of the year: Dylan Mortensen
Senior umpire of the Year:Bryce Martin
Mosquito coach of the year: Jeff Bowers
Pee Wee coach of the year: Derek Murdoch & Tom Christianson
Bantam/Midget coach of the year: Brennan Peterson
Mosquito player of the year: Ben Patenaude
Pee Wee player of the Year: Lane Fehr
Bantam player of the year: Logan Fritzke & Braedon Friesen
Midget player of the year: Andrew Garland
Sharon Hogg Most outstanding player of the year: Andrew Garland
Sharon Hogg Community Service Award: Louis Cherpin
Congratulations to all the winners !
Scmb 1st annual AGM/Awards night will be held Sept. 8th, at the Iplex Auditorium. We are please to announce that the Innovation Credit Union is our Banquet sponsor for 2015. The doors will open at 5:00 pm with the Banquet getting started at 5:45 pm. The cost of the Banquet is $15.00 and they can be purchased from any board member or email: email@example.com. There will only be 200 tickets available for this event, and they are selling quickly. SCMB is please to announce that SC Indians head coach, Joe Carnahan will be our guest speaker for 2015. SCMB has all the awards categories filled and we look forward to handing the awards out to the deserving players, coaches, and umpires. SCMB will also be looking for some new board members this year, so please if you are interested, this will be a great time for you to join a board that is very progressive in baseball.
The SCMB Pee Wee “AA” Indians come home from the Western Canada Baseball Championship with a silver metal. They went through the round robin with a 3-1 record, beating team Manitoba 9-8, then lost to team BC on Friday, on Saturday they beat team Alberta 18-9, and then beat host team St. Albert 7-5. On Sunday they had a rematch against team BC for the finals. The game was very well played with both teams have base runners in scoring positions many times during the game. Swift scored early in the game and than could not get anymore runs across the plate. Team BC scored 1 in the 5th and 1 in the six to go ahead 2-1, and Swift Current could not get anyone on base in the 7th to lose a close game to team BC 2-1. Great job Pee Wee Indians on a great season and a great run at Westerns. #GOTRIBE!
SCMB AGM/Awards night banquet tickets are now available. The cost of the event is $15.00.There will only be 200 tickets available for this event. You can get yours before they are gone, by talking to any of the board members.