'AA' Baseball


Welcome to Ponoka Bulls 'AA' Competitive Baseball.  Ponoka Minor Ball has a strong desire to provide all levels of baseball opportunities for athletes, coaches, umpires and parents within the community of Ponoka.

Annual General Meeting / AGM Attendance Discount / Online Registration

Ponoka Minor Ball hosted their 2024 Annual General Meeting on January 24, 2024.  If you were unable to attend and have any questions, please reach out to the President or a Vice President for the type and level of ball your child is looking to play. Online registrations for Bulls 'AA' Baseball is Open. Please click on the following link to access the 'AA' Registration process for the upcoming season: 2024 Baseball Registration

Bulls 'AA' Player Tryouts

Tryouts for 'AA' Baseball will be dependent on the number of players that have registered for Bulls 'AA' Baseball in Ponoka, Alberta. Should there be an overabundance of registered players for Ponoka Bulls 'AA' Baseball, tryout evaluations will be held around the Week of TBD.


11U - Players born in 2013 & 2014

13U - Players born in 2011 & 2012

15U - Players born in 2009 & 2010

18U - Players born in 2006, 2007 & 2008

Bulls 'AA' Player Registration Fee

11U - $410

13U - $420

15U - $430

18U - $435

*Note: There may be an additional $25 Registration Fee if tryouts are determined to be needed.

Bulls 'AA' Additional Fees

There will be additional expenses with Competitive AA teams that are not included in the player's registration and tryout fee.  These will be for expenses such as umpires, tournament entry fees, exhibition games, game balls, etc.  The additional fee can range from $100.00 - $400.00 per player depending on the extent of the additional expenses.  A slush fund may be created from parents on the team, or to minimize these additional fees, teams may decide to organize a fundraiser(s) or obtain sponsors.

Register Player(s)

Click HERE to register a player in the upcoming 2024 season for a Ponoka 'AA' Bulls team.

Competitive AA Team

Competitive teams are usually determined between the middle of February to the middle of March.  If there are enough players registered, there will be a tryout process starting shortly after registration has ended.  Players that do not make the Competitive AA team are encouraged to play for a Community A team. 

Depending on weather and indoor facility availability the season starts with 1-2 practices per week around the beginning to middle of March.

The Competitive AA league utilizes a 3 round seeding / tiering format with teams playing in a Regional format in May, a North / South Divisional format in June, and a Provincial Tiering format in July, with the provincial tournament weekend happening at the end of July / start of August. Each round of seeding / tiering historically involves 2 weekends per month (May, June, and July) with teams playing 2 - 4 games per weekend.

Practices and exhibition games would take place during the week, days to be determined.  Teams may also decide to enter tournaments or play exhibition games on weekends that are not scheduled seeding / tiering weekends, but this is determined by each team and diamond availability.

For more information about the Competitive AA seeding / tiering weekends (calendar) and the league in general, please visit the following links located on the Baseball Alberta website:

Calendar:  2024 Baseball Alberta Calendar 

Additional Information

For further information about this division, please contact the Vice President of Baseball at aa.ponokaminorball@gmail.com


Name Position Contact
Chris Yaremchuk 'AA' Baseball Coordinator aa.ponokaminorball@gmail.com


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