Registration 2019

Welcome to the 2019 season of Port Hood Minor Ball. Last season we had more than 150 children playing Baseball and Softball across 11 different teams on fields in Port Hood, Judique, and West Mabou.

  • Rally Cap Baseball (2010-2015) $50
  • 11U, 13U, 15U Baseball (2004-2009) $100
  • Rookie Girls Softball (2011-2012) $50
  • U10, U12, U14 Girls Softball (2005-2010) $100

Sign up your player(s) online today, and then email your payment to complete your registration.

Payments can be made via e-mail transfer to – please note your player’s name(s) and use the security password/answer “outfield” when emailing your payment. Financial assistance may be available.


For more info please contact:
Kenzie Campbell

2019 Baseball NS Umpire Clinics

2019 umpires clinics are now open for registration, including Port Hawkesbury on May 25th. All interested persons (new and returning) must register and attend a clinic to be eligible to umpire during the 2019 season.

Pre-registration and payment is required. Port Hood Minor Ball will reimburse your clinic fees.

Baseball Nova Scotia Umpire Clinics 2019

3rd Annual 100 Inning Ball Game

With another successful minor baseball and softball season winding down it’s time to get ready for our 3rd Annual 100 Inning Ball Game in Port Hood. This is the primary fundraiser for Dave Muise Ball Field, and it only works with the help of all our players!

The game will be played on Saturday, September 8th starting at 10am. Different age groups will be made into 2 teams to compete all day long. The score is carried over from one age group to the next for 100 innings.

To earn prizes players will need to get their friends, neighbours, and families to sponsor them at 10¢ an inning (print off your own info sheet and pledge sheet). For every $100 in pledges raised by a player their name is entered into a draw with a grand prize of a new Apple iPod Touch 32GB.

Last year we raised close to $2,000 and Carson MacEachern won the iPod! The funds helped pay for our new infield soil and upcoming dugout repairs.

This is a family fun day with food and drinks available. Children and parents of all ages are welcome to participate in the game. You don’t have to play minor ball or even raise money to participate – we can probably even lend you a ball glove!

Be sure to pass this on to anyone you think might be interested in participating, and let me know if you’d like to help out.