Message from the Executive

On behalf of the East St Paul Community Centre, we would like to welcome you to our website. From within our site, you will find information on all of our programs, upcoming events, appropriate contacts, and volunteer opportunities.
 
Please take a look at what we have to offer, let us know if you have anything to offer, and we’ll continue to work together in providing the best possible community centre environment for all of our participants.
 
Thank You,
 

Contact Information

Address:
264 Hoddinott Road
East St. Paul, MB
R2E 0H7

Office Hours:
Closed for the season, appointments can be arranged via email at manager@espcc.ca.

General Manager: Nancy Plustwa
Phone: (204) 654.9496
 
Hall Rentals: Tyne Mills
Phone: (204) 668.8336









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East St. Paul Community Club 
 

East St. Paul Baseball 
 
East St. Paul Community Centre offers Baseball programs for kids from 4 to 18 years of age. Please refer to the sections below to obtain details on each of the ESP Baseball programs.
 
Registration Information
 
Baseball is organized into the following age categories (ages are based on the player's age as of December 31 in the year in which the season is played):
ages 4 to 7
ages 8 or 9
ages 10 or 11
ages 12 or 13
ages 14 or 15
ages 16 to 18


 Rally Cap Program (4 to 7 year olds)

This program will service the 4 - 7 age groups, and involves three teams of six players that meet at the park at the same time. Two teams play a 20 minute game, while one team practices in the outfield. Every 20 minutes they switch, so that each team plays two games and has one practice in the 60 minutes session.
 
During the season the teams will be working on five fundamentals of baseball. Twice during the season the players will have opportunities to perform different skill tasks in order to earn a coloured Baseball Canada Rally Cap (hence the program name). Different coloured hats are achieved based on the level reached.
 

 Rookie Program (8 & 9 year olds)
 
Players in this league learn basic baseball skills and plays, in a positive fun-filled environment. All 8 and 9 year olds are assigned to teams in this division. The Rookie league utilizes a pitching machine to encourage hitting development. A team's entire line-up bats each game and up to ten players will be in the field for defence.
 

 Mosquito Program (10 & 11 year olds)
 
The goal in Minor league is to teach baseball fundamentals and team participation. Competitiveness is secondary to providing a variety of playing opportunities in order that all ballplayers properly learn the fundamentals of the game. Typically 10 and 11 year olds participate in this division.  The season ends with double-knockout playoffs.
 

 Pee Wee Program (12 & 13 year olds)
 
The goal in Minor league is to teach baseball fundamentals and team participation. Competitiveness is secondary to providing a variety of playing opportunities in order that all ballplayers properly learn the fundamentals of the game. Typically 12 and 13-year olds participate in this division. The season ends with a double-knockout playoff.
 

 Bantam (14 & 15 year olds)
 
The league plays competitive baseball while recognizing the goals of teaching baseball fundamentals and good sportsmanship. Playing requirements are intended to insure that all ballplayers receive an opportunity to develop their skills under game conditions. The season ends with a true double-knockout playoff.
 

 Midget (16 to 18 year olds)
 
The league plays competitive baseball while recognizing the goals of teaching baseball fundamentals and good sportsmanship. Playing requirements are intended to insure that all ballplayers receive an opportunity to develop their skills under game conditions.  The season ends with a true double-knockout playoff.