Sechelt Minor Softball

girls and boys ages 5-19

February 20th, 2009
February 20th, 2009

2009 Softball Registration Open

The Sechelt Minor Softball Association (SMSA) 2009 registration is now open for boys and girls ages 5-18 years.

The SMSA is looking forward to an exciting softball season and for the first time ever is offering FREE Registration for boys and girls ages 10 and under to join our league.  These younger players will play in the T-ball, Mini-Mite and Mite divisions.  

SMSA president Sid Quinn said “the SMSA feels this is a great opportunity to introduce young players on the Sunshine Coast to the game of softball and promote an active lifestyle in sports and team camaraderie”.  Our league play is 10 weeks long beginning in early April and ending in mid June; games take about an hour to play for these young players and up to two hours for our older players.

To further assist the skill development of young athletes ages 10 and under we will be offering a free 3 hour introductory clinic on April 24th, 2009 with SFU Coach Mike Renney (former Olympic Coach) and his Clanswomen team.  For all boy and girls ages 11-18 on the Sunshine Coast we will host our 5th annual Softball Clinic April 24-26th with SFU. Also, during the softball season we will be arranging for another free softball development clinic for the 10 and under with our local experts and older players from our league.

To join our league, parents must register their children either online at or fill out a registration form and drop it off at Trail Bay Source for Sports before March 20th, 2009. If you have any questions regarding registration please call Ann at (604) 740-2697 or Colleen at (604) 885-6242.

We look forward to seeing you at the ball field this season.

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