The LEARN TO PLAY PROGRAM (LTP) is a revolutionary way of introducing the sport of Softball to children and endorsed by Softball Canada. Activities are included which foster the involvement of ALL players, including players with high and low skill levels. The child will experience excitement, enjoyment and success while building thier softball skills. Practices are once a week using a station format to encourage consistency in skill building, and games are scheduled weekly as well. Parent volunteers are needed at each game to help guide the players particularly at the U7 level. Assistance in practices would also be helpful so coaches can focus on developing skills in each player. The season will culminate with a LTP Fun Day where players can demonstrate skills and have fun with teammates and other teams.
LTP pre-season clinics are free and run on Wednesday nights U7- 6- 6:45, U9 6:45- 7:30 at Dunsmuir Middle School from Feb 1 to March 15, 2022, excluding March 1st.
Bring a glove for your player and parent, as we need and appreciate parent help at these levels. Players may register for league play via the website, but don't need to register for clinics.
Seasonal play is outdoors and for 2023 Wednesday evening sessions will be at Belmont High School turf field located on Glen Lake Rd, and Saturday morning sessions will be at either Belmont or Centennial Park on Carlow Road. The season will start April 5th and run until June 17th. We will usually play in light rain, but emails will be sent out in case of a rain-out.
Players will need a glove and that is essentially it for equipment at this age. Many players bring their own helmets for hygienic reasons and some have their own bats, but please note bats are expected to be shared at this level. Squishy softballs, team bats and catchers gear is provided by the league and t-shirts and hats/visors are provided by the league and/or Timbits softball. No special pants, cleats, or masks are necessary at this level, just clothes they can move in and are easily washed, as well as shoes with adequate support and grip for play on the turf field.
Thank-you for your interest in LTP and please spread the word. For more information on the Softball Canada Timbits Softball program, follow this link: https://softball.ca/programs/timbitssoftball. Hope to see you at the gym or out on the field!
Learn to Play U7-U9 Coordinator - email@example.com
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