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Our Ideas


Get organized

Due to pickleball being embraced by many local residents and the sport's growing popularity, we were inspired to form a club to become more organized.  Our goal is to advocate for more dedicated outdoor pickleball courts.

Our Name

The name PoCoMo Pickleball Club was chosen to reflect the geographical area we represent (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra).  The name is registered provincially as a non-profit society. It is a fun loving name, much like the name Pickleball.

Join us

We invite you to sign up as a member and help us be the voice in the communities we have chosen to represent.

  • PoCoMo fee is $25.00
  • PBC fee is $2.50
  • PCO fee is $10.00

Our Courts


Bramble Park


2875 Panorama Dr, Coquitlam bra

Our 2023 club play season begins June 1.

DayStartsEndsTimeHost
Monday Jun 5Aug 288am-11amTBA
Sep 4Sep 259am-noon
Tuesday
for novices
Jun 6Sep 265pm-7pm TBA
Wednesday Jun 7Aug 308am-11amTBA
Sep 6Sep 279am-noon
Thursday Jun 1Sep 285pm-8pm TBA
Saturday Jun 3Aug 268am-11amTBA
Sep 2Sep 309am-noon

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2023 Tournaments

  • Jul 8, 9 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sep 16, 17 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

September 2022 club tournament

Instructors

Whats App


wha Club members are encouraged to organize play times with other members using our chat groups. Join the season 3 chat group for skill levels 2, 3 or 4.
  1. Access is for members only, coinciding with the annual membership term.  Non-members are removed automatically by the system.
  2. Chats are to be pickleball specific
  3. Chats are to be respectful
  4. Members are required to enter a name.
  5. Chats are not to be used for commercial purposes.  For example; general merchandise is not to be sold but the sale of a used pickleball paddle could be posted.

Skill levels


This self-rating guide will enable you to connect with other players of similar skill to have the most pickleball fun.   Try the skill level you've chosen at our next play session, see if that level gives you a fun, competitive game.   You may find that you need to move up or down a level to find your true skill level.
  • Knows how to keep score
  • Attempts to use both forehand and backhand
  • Attempts to volley
  • Accurately places serve to the correct receiving opponent
  • Knows where to stand when serving and returning serve
  • Able to hit a forehand and backhand with some direction
  • Able to sustain a dink rally with players of equal ability
  • Able to volley with some direction
  • Has good hand-eye coordination
  • Able to hit a medium paced forehand and backhand with direction and some consistency
  • Able to consistently sustain a dink rally with some control
  • Able to hit a medium paced 3rd shot drop with direction
  • Able to hit a medium paced volley with direction and some consistency
  • Able to use forehand and backhand with moderate level of shot control
  • Able to place serves and return of serve deep into the court
  • Able to dink, sustaining longer rallies with control of height/depth of dink
  • Able to hit a 3rd shot drop to gain advantage to the net
  • Can sustain a short volley session at the net with placement and control
  • Understands the difference between the hard game and soft game & attempts to change between both speeds
  • Basic knowledge of stacking and knows when to use it
  • Consistently hits forehand and backhand with depth and control
  • Accurate in placing lobs
  • Able to sustain dink rally with control, height and depth of shot
  • Consistently uses 3rd shot drop from baseline to approach net
  • Able to change between soft shot and hard shot to create an advantage
  • Able to block and return fast, hard volleys
  • Solid understanding of stacking and can use it effectively
  • Has ability to change position in an offensive manner (switching)
  • Can identify opponent's weaknesses and formulate plan to attack weaknesses
  • Has all the skills of skill level 4.0 but with more consistency, dependability & control
  • Very comfortable playing at the net with patience to make accurate shots
  • Understands strategy and can adjust style of play according to opponent's strengths/weaknesses
  • Very few unforced errors

Organized play

  • Social events
  • Ladder
  • League

Insurance

Rules

Pickleball Canada, Pickleball BC and PoCoMo Pickleball follow international rules

Official Rules

Our Membership


Membership requires players to be responsible for:

  • registering themselves online with Pickleball Canada Organization (PCO)
  • ensuring that their data is accurate

List of members for members only

The annual fee from Jan 1 to Dec 31 includes:

  • $10.00 - PCO membership with PCO insurance coverage
  • $2.50 - Pickleball BC (PBC) membership
  • $25.00 - PoCoMo membership
Register or renew your membership

Our Documentation


January 12, 2021

Complaints Resolution

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