Provincial Championships

2018 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Please see below for the 2018 Baseball Sask Provincial Championship Formats.

Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget have all been ranked by our Playoff Committee.

Check out where you will be competing:

2018 Provincial Championship Game by Game Results

PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP BID TO HOST FORM

PROVINCIAL HOST SITE RESPONSIBILITIES

DIVISION HOST SITE DATES
Mosquito AAA  White Butte July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 1  Lloydminster July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 2  Regina July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 3  Unity July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 4  Watrous July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 5  Weyburn July 20-22
Mosquito AA Tier 6  Eston July 20-22
Pee Wee AAA  Regina  August 3-5
Pee Wee AA Tier 1  Swift Current July 27-29
Pee Wee AA Tier 2  Carnduff July 27-29
Pee Wee AA Tier 3  Saskatoon July 27-29
Pee Wee AA Tier 4  Moosomin July 27-29
Pee Wee AA Tier 5  Weyburn July 27-29
Bantam AAA  Regina  August 3-5
Bantam AA Tier 1  Unity July 20-22
Bantam AA Tier 2  Macklin July 20-22
Bantam AA Tier 3  Saskatoon July 20-22
Bantam AA Tier 4  Moosomin July 20-22
Bantam AA Tier 5  Saskatoon July 20-22
Midget AAA  Saskatoon July 27-29
Midget AA Tier 1  Unity July 27-29
Midget AA Tier 2  Regina/Moose Jaw July 27-29
Midget AA Tier 3  North Battleford
July 27-29
Midget AA Tier 4  Hanley July 27-29
Midget AA Tier 5  Ponteix July 27-29
Junior AAA Regina July 27-29
Senior AA Tier 1 Regina August 3-5
Senior AA Tier 2 Estevan August 10-12
Senior AA Tier 3 North Battleford August 10-12
Senior AA Tier 4 Carnduff August 10-12
Senior AA Tier 5 Windthorst August 10-12
Maxi Twilite Moose Jaw July 6-8
Twilite Masters

 

2017 PROVINCIAL PLAYOFF RESULTS


How to Register a Team in a Provincial Championship?

Below you will find the steps in properly registering your team for Provincials:

  • Be sure your team has completed your Membership Registration with Baseball Sask on our Online System
  • Print off and fill out the 2018 Provincial Form (typed up or hand-printed in legible writing) on 8.5 x 14 Legal Sized Paper filling the entire page
  • Mosquito, Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget deadline to register for Provincials in June 5th
  • Junior and Senior deadline to register for Provincials is June 19th
  • Mosquito is still population based in entering a team (Details below on this page)
  • Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget and Senior is Ranking based. The Playoff Committee will determine what Category you will play based on your league games and tournament games. Therefore, do no check off any Category box.
  • It is the responsibility of your team to provide the Division Supervisor with all of your game scores to help in having your team ranked in the proper category to ensure meaningful games at Provincials.
  • Only properly certified coaches are eligible to be on the Provincial Roster on the team registration deadlines. Should a coach be listed on the roster and not be certified, that team will be fined immediately.
  • Include payment for the team fee detailed on the roster along with the filled out roster by the deadline

How to Determine Populations in Forming Teams?

Baseball Sask uses the following website to determine community populations in forming teams for Provincial Playoffs:

Stats Canada Census

Mosquito

AAA Category – Population of 50,001 & over  AA Tier 1 Category – Population of 6,501 to 50,000 AA Tier 2 – AAA centres only after forming AAA Team   AA Tier 3 Category – Population of 2,501 to 6,500    AA Tier 4/5 Category – Population of under 2,500

NOTE: Should the Playoff Committee feel a team should move up or down in category, they have the right to do so no matter what a teams population is.

Pee Wee

These will be determined by the Pee Wee Supervisor and Playoff Committee to be performance based. Each team will forward all of their game results to the Pee Wee Supervisor and he and a Committee will determine by rankings where each team best fits to allow for similar competition levels at each Championship.

NOTE: It is requested that coaches of these teams forward all league and tournament game scores to the Division Supervisor  to help them determine the best category to slot your team for Provincials.

Bantam

These will be determined by the Bantam Supervisor and Playoff Committee to be performance based. Each team will forward all of their game results to the Bantam Supervisor and he and a Committee will determine by rankings where each team best fits to allow for similar competition levels at each Championship.

NOTE: It is requested that coaches of these teams forward all league and tournament game scores to the Division Supervisor  to help them determine the best category to slot your team for Provincials.

Midget

These will be determined by the Midget Supervisor and Playoff Committee to be performance based. Each team will forward all of their game results to the Midget Supervisor and he and a Committee will determine by rankings where each team best fits to allow for similar competition levels at each Championship.

NOTE: It is requested that coaches of these teams forward all league and tournament game scores to the Division Supervisor  to help them determine the best category to slot your team for Provincials.

Junior

AAA  – Open

Senior

Senior AAA – Open

Senior AA Tier 1, AA Tier 2, AA Tier 3 , AA Tier 4, AA Tier 5  – These will be determined by the Senior Supervisor and Playoff Committee to be performance based. Each team will forward all of their game results to the Senior Supervisor and he and a Committee will determine by rankings where each team best fits to allow for similar competition levels at each Championship.

NOTE: It is requested that coaches of these teams forward all league and tournament game scores to the Division Supervisor  to help them determine the best category to slot your team for Provincials.


COMBINING CENTRES

THIS ONLY APPLIES TO THE MOSQUITO DIVISION

There are a series of results that apply in terms of a baseball centre moving up categories for zone playoffs as a result of combining centres.

The player’s centre population must be included with the originating centre.

Here is a list of the various scenarios that result from combining teams.

  1. Baseball centres classified as being other than AAA category may combine for provincial playoffs, provided that they shall be re-classified and moved to a higher category.
  2. Of the baseball centres that combine, the baseball centre in the highest category shall be designated the originating centre.
  3. For each baseball centre that combines with the originating centre, the originating centre must move up one category; and
  4. The number of baseball centres that may combine is limited to the number which will result in the originating centre being reclassified as AAA category.
  5. An exemption to the reclassification is that AA Tier 1, AA Tier 2, AA Tier 3 or AA Tier 4 category baseball centre may combine with one A2 category baseball centre without being reclassified if the total population of the two baseball centres which combine does not exceed the population limit of the category.
  6. AAA centres may not combine.
  7. Under no circumstances may more than 4 baseball centres combine.
  8. Examples:

Register as:

If you have made this combination:

AAA

1 – AA Tier 1centre + 2 – AA Tier 4 centres
2 AA Tier 1 centres
2 – AA Tier 3 centres + 2 – AA Tier 4 centres
3 – AA Tier 3 centres
1 – AA Tier 1 centre + 1 – AA Tier 3 centre + 1 – AA Tier 4 centre
3 – AA Tier 4 centres + 1 – AA Tier 3 centre
1 – AA Tier 1 centre + 1 – AA Tier 3 centre

AA Tier 1
Formerly AA

1 – AA Tier 1 centre + 1 – AA Tier 4 centre
2 – AA Tier 3 centres + 1 AA Tier 4 centre
4 – AA Tier 4 centres
1 AA Tier 3 centre + 2 AA Tier 4 centres
2 – AA Tier 3 centres

AA Tier 3
Formerly A

1 – AA Tier 3 center + 1 – AA Tier 4 centre
3 – AA Tier 4 centres

AA Tier 4
Formerly A2

2 – AA Tier 4 centres