Approved "A" Centre Applications
Click HERE for the list of approved "A" Centre Applications. If you have any questions, please contact Guy in the office or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that the Zone Transfer Application deadline for all "A" players is March 1st. The deadline for "B" & "C" player applications
is April 15.
Softball Saskatchewan Coach-Athlete Mentorship Program
Softball Saskatchewan is looking for mentor coaches to be involved with an exciting new program. Please click here to learn more about the progam and if you might be just who we're looking for.
2014 Junior and Senior Women's National Team Identification Camps
Softball Canada is pleased to announce a series of Regional Identification Camps for the Junior and Senior Women's National Team programs in 2014 in preparation for the 2014 ISF Senior Women’s World Championship and the 2015 ISF Junior Women’s World Championship.
Click HERE for more information.
5 Session Pitching Clinics
We will be holding clinics in the spring. Please click HERE to see the dates and locations.
The dates have been posted for this year's camps. Click HERE to check them out and get a registratio form.
Competition Introduction Evaluation
The new evaluation process has been released. Please click HERE for the evaluation process options. Click HERE for the application.
Respect In Sport
Softball Saskatchewan is committed to creating a sport environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Coaches have a responsibility to create a sporting environment that is free from harassment, abuse, bullying and neglect. Softball Saskatchewan now requires that all coaches participating in the sport of softball have completed the online Respect in Sport (RiS) certification (or equivalency), as required by Sask Sport Inc.
Please click HERE for our RiS policy.
Click HERE for
the registration instuctions or HERE for a list of frequently asked questions.
If you've already taken an equivalent program, click HERE for instructions on how to add softball to your profile.
Zone 2 - Queen City Umpires Association
Are you interesting in becoming an umpire? Click HERE for a great opportunity
Congratulations to Briercrest College and Seminary
Briercrest will be starting up a new Women’ Softball program in 2014 that will compete in the Western Collegiate Softball Association with other Saskatchewan programs at the U of S and
U of R. Click here for more info.
SAFE STAR SASKATCHEWAN
Softball Saskatchewan is please to announce a new Best Practices Program for Softball associations in Saskatchwan.
What is SAFE STAR?
The SAFE STAR Program was originally designed by Softball Ontario and adopted by Softball Canada for use by all Provinces/Territories on an individual basis in the hopes of promoting best practices in Softball Association management and administration.
The SAFE STAR Program is a quality assurance program that will award Softball Associations with a STAR rating from one (1) to three (3), based on a series of standards in four categories:
Long Term Player Development
Softball Associations who receive a SAFE STAR Rating will be able to promote themselves as a ‘SAFE STAR Rated Softball Association’, and will receive free promotional materials to assist them in marketing their programs to the public. The promotional materials and the SAFE STAR Rating will help Softball associations to build a better brand for themselves and benefit from a greater perceived quality of programs available.
Please click HERE for the User Guide or click HERE for the Application.
If you have any questions, please contact Guy at
(306) 780-9235 or email@example.com.