2024 Season Information, News (London Lightning Fastball)

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Aug 10, 2023 | Dale Johnston | 2735 views
2024 Season Information
London Lightning board members are working behind the scenes already planning for the 2024 season. The 2023 season saw 10 Lightning teams take the field from U13 to Intermediate, way to go ladies!

Lightning will look to field teams from U11 to Intermediate age level for the 2024, with plans under way to add a U15 tier 1 program to our existing U19 Tier 1 program. Lightning would also like to add a U17 Tier 1 program for the 2024 season, if you know someone or yourself who would be interested in coaching next season, we want to hear from you.

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Lightning will ensure all our current teams & members will be following the PWSA pilot program and existing PWSA operating rules related to coaching announcements and tryout dates. Announcements will be shared mid-August.
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