- September 26, 2019 - September 29, 2019
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
2019 “Best of the West” Bantam Fall Classic Kamloops, B.C.
The Big League Experience Baseball Camp will be hosting the “Best of the West” Bantam Fall Classic Baseball Tournament.
The tournament will take place in Kamloops, B.C., from September 26 – 29, 2019 (Thursday to Sunday ).
Each team is guaranteed 4 games (weather permitting) with the first round being pod play. The top team in each pod plus one or two wildcard team(s) will advance into the playoff rounds, all other teams will play a consolation game(subject to change depending on final number of teams).
Please download the Tournament Rules from the Tournament Registration Page
Tournament Hotels :
Big League Experience has Negotiated unbeatable room rates, use the link below to book rooms through CSTT Sports, savings per room per night are as much as $30.00
Use this link > Kamloops area Hotels
If you have any issues with the form or room availability , you may also contact
Phone Toll Free: 1-866-861-TEAM (8326)
CSTT Contact: Jessica.Beaudry and she will look after all of your teams room needs .
Tournament Fee $650.00
Completing the form below will submit payment for tournament deposit or in full to secure your spot in the Best of the West Bantam fall Classic you may also return here to make a balance payment to fully secure your tournament spot.
Look for a confirmation email from Big League Experience, for future reference for you.
Click the payment completed link in that email to review your payment information….. please note the Transaction id#contained on that page, for your future reference, you will also receive a payment confirmation email, which will also contain your transaction ID#
To pay by e-transfer or check, Continue to register online using the form below, and then choose the invoice method of payment, your credit card will not be charged.
Big League Experience
McArthur Island Park is a must visit for the active tourist. Golf, soccer, football, baseball, and cricket games can be viewed as you stroll around the perimiter of the park on the paved trail.
Norbrock was built as a 1967 Canada Centennial project. In 2005 the stadium received a $2.2 M facelift adding new dugouts, change rooms, washrooms and seating for 1500 spectators. Norbrock is home to Thompson Rivers Univesity Wolf Pack and Kamloops Sundevils baseball clubs. The arena comes alive every July during the Kamloops International Baseball Tournament which hosts teams from Canada and the USA.