We welcome you to the BHTMBA (Bible Hill Truro Minor Baseball Association) Website. Our Association has over 450 members (players, coaches, umpires and volunteers) boys and girls, ranging from Tball (4-6 yrs olds) right through to Midget (16-18 yr olds) with both rep and rec teams in many divisions. We will be adding information all year so please feel free to browse through and if you have any questions contact the division rep or member listed in the menu on the left.
 We have players from the areas of Bible Hill, Truro, Valley, Salmon River, North River, Debert, Brookfield, Millbrook, Old Barns and Onslow just to name a few. Our teams play out of fields in Truro, Bible Hill, Millbrook, and Valley.

Baseball NS Phase 2 Announcement

July 28, 2020

Baseball NS Update July 28

Good Afternoon

                Thank you for your patience as we’ve reviewed our plans for a Return to Competition. After several days of review and consultation, we have prepared the attached documents. Please review thoroughly, as there are changes from the original Phase 2 document released previously.

   Modifications will not be as extreme as previously anticipated, but there are some key changes from normal competition that should be noted. As these documents were prepared very quickly following Friday’s announcement, there may be follow up or updates to these documents.

         We look forward to seeing games starting Friday, July 31st!



Brandon Guenette

Executive Director, Baseball Nova Scotia

2020 Baseball NS Bluenose Leagues and Provincial Championships Cancelled

July 3, 2020

Update from Baseball Nova Scotia(Bluenose League and BNS 2020 Provincial Championships Cancelled)

This affects our rep teams 13U and 15U Only. This does not affect our skill activities that will begin next week.

Here is the message;

Good Afternoon,

                Given there were no further easing of restrictions this week, Baseball Nova Scotia has decided to cancel the 2020 Bluenose League and Provincial Championships. We are disappointed that we’ve had to make such a hard decision, but there is no feasible way to conduct a structured league or multi team events at this point .

                Baseball Nova Scotia has been informed public health will be reviewing sport closer ‘in the coming days’. While this does not come with a timeline, we will continue to stay optimistic that competition will be possible in 2020. There are currently six other provinces that have returned to playing games, including our three Atlantic counterparts, and we believe we will get there too.

                In the mean time, we will continue to collect team registration information. When we get approved for competition, teams will have access to contact information for other teams in their division for the purpose of organizing exhibition games. Hopefully this approach will allow for flexibility in teams arranging their own schedules for the purpose of organizing exhibition games only for 2020.

We also want to thank all the volunteers working hard to make baseball happen this summer. The added stresses of this summer has been accompanied by much uncertainty. You’re efforts have not gone unnoticed, and your communities are lucky to have you.

Thank you

Brandon Guenette

Executive Director, Baseball Nova Scotia