Sechelt Minor Softball

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April 19th, 2008
April 19th, 2008

Snow Balls Finish this week

The PeeWee games on Friday April 18th had to wait for the snow flurries to pass before the games could begin. Although, so far the weather has not hindered any games and we have just finished week 2 of our 10 week softball season.  

To help with the teams we have asked coaches to find a team manager (one of the parents that does not coach).  This will allow the coaches to focus on the team and the managers to organize such things as: team picture ordering, uniform list, raffels, collecting clinic forms, car washes, score keeping, etc.  There is a lot to do and if we can share the team duties it makes everything a bit easier.

For the SFU Mike Rennie Softball Clinic May 2-4 the team managers will collect the clinic forms and then hand them in at Trail Bay Source For Sports or Lucy´s.  Also, we have envelopes for each of the teams for those players who want to order team pictures.

Players are also reminded that if they are not going to make a team game or practise they are to phone the coaches to let them know.  Coaches can arrange to bring players up from the younger division if they are going to be short handed.  The new break-away bases were dug in a little deeper at the parks and are all fitting properly. Our equipment manager Al Phillips plans to buy carts for lugging them around to the diamonds.  The pitching machine is in the storage shed and team coaches are reminded that they must sign out the machine on the form provided in the shed.

Good luck to all of the teams in week 3 from the league Executive.






  

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