Looking To 2017
KMGSA is looking forward to the 2017 season. We are introducing a new Mini-Mite division to provide a fun playing and learning environment for those transitioning from the Learn To Play program.
We will also be working to strengthen our player development by providing clinics to be held over the winter and spring for the recreational and select players.
Our REP program will now have access to a new indoor training facility offered by Blue Chip Sports. This will provide the REP players the ability to work on their batting over the winter and spring.
Indoor Softball Clinics
KMGSA is offering indoor clinics for registered Recreational players from both KMGSA and WMGSA. These will be a great opportunity for the players to learn different skills prior to the upcoming season. Clinics will be held at Blue Chip Sports and cost $10 each or $15 for both.
March 25th - Batting Fundamentals
April 22nd - Fielding & Batting Fundamentals
Support the 2021 Canada Games
KMGSA is supporting the Waterloo Region bid to host the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
As softball is a key component in this national event please show your support for by liking and sharing #werally2021 and spreading the news about this bid and showcase to the rest of Canada what a great ball community this is.
Registration is now open for our various softball programs for girls ages 5 though 19. KMGSA's focus is on providing a fun environment where the girls can develop their skills and create new friendships.
Players new to the sport, not matter their age and capabilities are encouraged to join.
Season starts May 1st and depending on the program will end in June or second weekend in July.
Register before April 15th, 2017.
KMGSA Softball Programs
Learn-To-Play is a basic skills introduction for 5-6 year olds.
Recreational League is for 7-19 year olds (Mini-Mite through Midget) who want to compete locally twice a week from May-July.
Kitchener Kobras Select program is for those who want to compete at the regional level after the recreational season is completed.
Kitchener Klassics travel teams are in a highly competitive representative program and is for those who want to compete at the provincial and national level.