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  • How can I print my registration receipt?

    As registrations are collect from TeamSnap, you can easily print receipts for your registrations directly from TeamSnaps web site.

    TeamSnap How-To Print a Registration

    Please note that TeamSnap only keeps these registrations for one year after completion. They advise to print receipts right away.

  • Where can I find out more about house league?

    HOUSE LEAGUE DIVISION RATE 2022* BIRTH YEAR
    5U - Tball $165 2017-2018
    7U - JR Rookie $225 2015-2016
    9U - SR Rookie $295 2013-2014
    11U - Mosquito $325 2011-2012
    13U - Peewee $365 2009-2010
    15U - Bantam $375 2007-2008
    18U - Young Adult $385 2004-2006

     

    * Except for T-ball, rates will increase by $50 on March 1, 2022

    Note: Ages listed are an approximation. The registration process is streamlined in a way that we only show you the option that lines up with your child’s date of birth

    Full house league FAQ:

    House League FAQ Page

    You can see division details at a glance here:

    House League Program Details Presentation

  • Where can I find out about men's league?

    Please check our our men's league FAQ here for everything from how to register, where the games are played and what kind of bats are used!

    Men's league FAQ Page

    Men's league rate for 2022: $500 per player

  • Where do I find out about 2022 Rep and Select Tryouts?

    You can find out more about rep and select tryouts here :

    https://thornhillbaseball.net/2021/09/03/rep-select-team-try-out-details-2022/

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Concord, Ontario
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    About Thornhill Baseball Club

    Thornhill Baseball Club is a not-for-profit community service volunteer organization. Founded in 1985, the Club has served and continues to serve, the residents of Thornhill (both within the City of Vaughan & the City of Markham) as the hub for community baseball. Over the past 35 years, the club has provided programing to well over 25,000 individuals.