Umpires needed for 2018 season, News (Clinton Minor Baseball)

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Mar 02, 2018 | Admin | 1094 views
Umpires needed for 2018 season
Learn to Umpire Baseball
We are looking for people who would be interested in umpiring.  Adults and youth over the age of 12 may apply.

If you are interested in earning some extra money and umpiring youth baseball this summer please visit to set up a profile and register for a training clinic. 

If you attended a clinic last year you already have a profile set up.  Access your profile to register for a clinic.

New adult Level 1 umpires would qualify to umpire peewee and below.  Youth umpires may only umpire age divisions younger than they are themselves. (E.g. 12 and 13 year old umpires would umpire rookie and mosquito games)

Clinic locations being planned within WOBA are:

April 14 - Level 1 & 2 St. Marys
April 22 - Level 1 & 2 Listowel
April 29 - Level 1 & 2 Kincardine
May 5 - Level 1 Mount Forest
May 6 - Level 1 & 2 Mitchell
May 12 - Level 1 & 2 Exeter
May 12 - Level 1 & 2 Walkerton

Contact Chris Taylor if interested in umpiring.  

Returning umpires are to advise Chris when they have completed their yearly certification training session.
Municipality of Central Huron
The Municipality of Central Huron is a proud supporter of minor baseball in Clinton. For years they have supported their youth baseball camps and programs. Together with the Clinton Kinsmen they have donated half the $110,000 costs towards the purchase and installation of new ball lights. Thank you.
Air Canada
Air Canada has been a supporter of youth baseball and the Clinton Community Baseball Camp.
Ontario Trillium Fund
Ontario Trillium Fund Grant donated $55,000, half of costs for our new ball lights. Thank you for your generous donation to our community.
Clinton Kinsmen
The Clinton Kinsmen donated funds for our new ball lights. Together with the Municipality of Central Huron they contributed to half of the $110,00 cost for these lights. Thank you.
Ben Lobb
Ben Lobb is a supporter of youth baseball in his community. His donations and volunteer time to organize and run the Clinton Minor Baseball Camps is invaluable. He strives to make these 2 day camps affordable for all players.