Langley Fastball was nominated with Terrace Minor Softball, Prince Rupert Minor Softball, Ridge Meadows Minor Softball and North Langley Softball.
Prince Rupert was awarded the Association of the Year (small association category) for their efforts in restarting softball in Prince Rupert.
“Langley Fastball has worked hard over the last few years to grow the game of Softball in Langley and provide a great experience to their members,” said Langley Fastball Association president Jeff Clegg.
Clegg said Langley Fastball would also like to acknowledge North Langley Softball on their nomination, “as Langley Fastball and North Langley have collaborated on many activities over the last few seasons as partners, not competitors, for the game of softball and the community of Langley.”
Langley Fastball has about 400 players, ranging from five years old in the Learn to Play division all the way up to adult lSenior Womens.
The LFA operates clinics for pitching, hitting and general skills,during the offseason and during the regular season, which runs April to late June.
The association also runs tournaments throughout the year at Noel Booth Community Park.
The award is accompanied by a $1,000 donation from MVP Athletic Supply and a complimentary development clinic from SoftballBC ($1,500 value).