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  • Div 1 ID Camps | sbrsoftball

    DIVISION 1 ID CAMPS Purpose: The Player ID camp identifies competitive athletes in our club that would like to be considered for our division one teams, as well as a potential to compete at the A-Level tournaments in the 2024 season. We will be selecting 15-20 players at each age division to train with each other throughout the off season, alongside SBR coaches and specialized facilitators. ​ Player age groups for this camp will be as follows: ​ U13 (birth year 2011 and 2012) U15 (birth year 2009 and 2010) U17 (birth year 2007 an d 2008) U19 (birth year 2005 and 2006) ​ The camp will consist of skills evaluation and scrimmage games played against other SBR athletes on the following dates: ​ September 7: 6:00PM - 8:30PM September 10: 10:00AM - 2:00PM September 13: 6:00PM - 8:30PM ​ **Where possible, participants should plan to attend all three dates. ​ Registration: Open August 15 to September 1, 2023. Late registrations will not be permitted. (No exceptions) Cost: Registration for the ID camp is $30 per player ​ ​ Please note: If your player is selected to participate in the Div 1 winter training program, there will be an extra financial commitment to cover training and facility costs. These athletes will still participate in the SBR Player Evaluations held in February after which the final division one team will be selected. There is no guarantee that all selected players from the ID camp will be chosen for the final division one team. REGISTRATION CLOSED

  • Player Evaluations | sbrsoftball

    PLAYER EVALUATIONS INFO REGISTER FOR EVALUATIONS What to Know Players MUST attend at least one evaluation session. If they feel they did not perform to their expectations, they can attend a second evaluation for an additional $30 fee, if space allows. Only register for 1 spot first, to allow room for all players. Be advised that the evaluation signup closes at 9:00 am on the day prior to the evaluations so that we can prepare the player lists. If you missed the sign-up, you can contact to check capacity. Pitching Evaluations are held on a separate day for all pitchers U13 - U19. While not mandatory, they are strongly encouraged to support the coaches in selecting teams. ​ There will be no pitching evaluations for U9 or U11 as all players are encouraged to try pitching at this age. What to Bring Indoor running shoes (cleats are not permitted on the fieldhouse floors) Appropriate ball clothing - t-shirt, sweatpants or ball pants, hair tied back Ball glove Fielder’s mask Batting helmet with face guard Bat (Optional – We will have bats for everyone but feel free to bring your own) Batting Gloves (Optional) Water Pitching evaluations ONLY – All pitchers must bring their own catcher. When Player Arrives Parents will bring their player to the registration table to check in. Players will be assigned a numbered pinnie that will need to be attached to their front and back. Pinnies must be returned at the end of the session. Players will be assigned to a group. U11 and U13 players will be assigned an Ambassador who will take the players onto the field and help them at each station. Players will be directed to an area where they can leave their coats, boots, and ball bags. Players are free to warm up in the designated location. No throwing until you are on the field. Players will do a throwing warm-up on the field. Parents can watch from the 2nd level. Parents are not allowed on the field. At the start time, players will take their glove, bat, helmet, and water onto the field. Ball bags must be left in the designated area. Players will be led through the stations for the evaluations. After the stations are complete, all players may leave. Remove your numbers and return them to a SBR member at the exit. ​All evaluations will be held at Cavalry FC Regional Field House. 125 Field House Drive East, Aldersyde, AB. Note: If your player is unable to evaluate, please review the Missing Evaluations process. If you have questions, please email . Player Information About Evaluations Evaluation Volunteers

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  • SBR Softball | girls softball | Calgary, AB, Canada

    HOME OF THE ROCK IES REGISTER FOR 2024 SEASON ROCKIES TOURNAMENT PROGRAMS Learn to Play U9 Modified U11-U19 About SBR South Bow River Rockies is a softball club located in southeast Calgary that provides an opportunity for girls from ages 5 to 19 to learn about and play the game of softball. Rockies Softball offers programming that supports athlete growth both physically and mentally in an inclusive, respectful, and positive social environment. SBR Rockies Softball is committed to providing opportunities for our athletes to compete at all levels from A to D classifications in all age categories from Learn to Play (U7) to High School (U19). LEARN MORE

  • Learn To Play | sbrsoftball

    LEARN TO PLAY Learn to Play aims to introduce all young children to the joy of softball in a fun, active and positive way. Our Learn to Play program helps little athletes to develop the foundational skills and build player confidence by providing many opportunities to touch the ball. We welcome all players born in 2017 & 2018 to participate in the 2024 softball season. What You Can Expect ​Players will work on skill development for the first 45 minutes followed by a 45 minute coach-pitch mini-game to introduce them to the concept of game play. This modified game introduction will set them up for league games when they enter the U9 division. ​ Players will learn to: - Throw a softball - Catch a softball - Swing a bat - Hit a ball - Run the bases - Be part of a team - Have FUN! REGISTER FOR 2024 SEASON Try Before You Commit Each year, SBR hosts a ‘Come Try Softball’ event prior to the season kick off, where children are immersed in the fundamental skills of the game in a fun and interactive way. Watch for more information about how to register for this event on the website as well as on social media. COME TRY SOFTBALL Equipment Each player will receive a Rockies branded t-shirt and ball cap included in their registration fee. At the end of the season, they will also receive a sport medal. Players will provide their own: ​ - Softball glove - Batting helmet with cage - Running shoes or baseball cleats - Fielder’s mask (optional at this age, but recommended to reduce fear of catching while building confidence in the skill) - Water bottle ​ SBR provides bats for the players to use if they don’t have their own. A complete list of required and optional equipment can be found on the Equipment page. MORE ABOUT EQUIPMENT F.A.Q What is the cost? The cost is $150. When does registration close? Learn to Play (LTP) registration will close on April 1. When does the season start? The 2024 season will kick off on Tuesday, May 7 and finish by Thursday, June 27. How often do they play? LTP will play 2 days per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. What times do they play? Players should arrive and be ready to participate at 6:00PM. They will practice foundational skills for the first 45 minutes and then play a mini-game against another Rockies LTP team for the second half of the evening program. Which diamonds do we play at? The LTP program takes place at the Riverbend Diamonds near 180 Riverbend Dr SE. What happens to cancelled sessions (due to weather)? Cancelled games will not be rescheduled. On average, 1-2 evenings are cancelled due to weather. Where do I buy equipment? You can purchase most softball equipment at any major sporting goods store. What kind of glove should I look for? Make sure to purchase a softball glove (rather than a baseball glove) as they have a larger pocket to accommodate the larger softballs. Reminder: your child will wear their glove on the non-dominant hand! Eg. if your child writes (and throws) with their right hand, they'll wear the softball glove on their left hand. Look for a softer leather that your player can squeeze. Look for a glove that stays firmly on and easy to grip and release. If uncertain ask for assistance at the store. Make sure that the glove can fit an 10" softball. What size softball do they play with? LTP uses an 10” training softball, which has a bit more ‘squish’ compared to a regular softball and helps to build confidence while developing skills. Look for the Rawlings Reduced Injury Factor or 10” (NC10S) softballs. REGISTER FOR 2024 SEASON Need more help? Feel free to email the Learn to Play Coordinator at

  • Provincials | sbrsoftball

    PROVINCIALS AP Provincials Application Process Teams planning to attend any Softball Alberta Provincial Category must first receive approval from SBR's Executive. Provincial registration fees will not be covered by SBR without this approval.​ Softball Alberta Provincial registration deadline is June 1st. Requests must be sent to the SBR Coordinator no later than May 25th for approval. Complete the Provincial Registration Approval Form and submit to ​ ​ For more information please see the links below: ​Softball Alberta Coaching Info Calgary Minor Softball Coaching Info ​ CR Provincials Coach Requirements SBR Coach Requirements Community Softball Coach Clinic Making Ethical Decisions ​ ​ Note: Every team must have at least ONE female coach on the bench that meets these requirements ​ SBR will pay for the Community Softball, Competition Introduction and Respect in Sport for Activity Leader courses for those who coach with SBR. Submit your receipts to and include your full name, SBR player's name and the head coach's name of the team you are coaching with.

  • Manager Toolkit | sbrsoftball

    MANAGER TOOLKIT Team Managers are essential for the smooth operation of the team. Thank you for stepping up to take on this very important role for your team. We've got a great collection of tools to help you along the way! Apply To Be A Team Manager Here TeamSnap Rules Team Apparel Templates Tournaments Volunteers Scoresheets Provincials Info Injuries Do you have suggestions to add to the toolkit? We'd love to hear from you! Email

  • Volunteer | sbrsoftball

    VOLUNTEERS SBR Softball Association is run exclusively by VOLUNTEERS. As our club continues to grow, a continued commitment from our members is necessary for our club to be able to operate effectively. The purpose of the volunteer bond program is to encourage more of our membership to become actively involved in making our club the best it can be. ​ Overview: Each family must provide 4 hours of volunteer time per player. ​ This bond is a commitment to provide service or money towards the operation and continued success of the organization. A Volunteer Bond Agreement Form and a post-dated cheque made out to SBR Softball for June 30th of the season year in the amount of $250 per player will be required at the player's evaluation or uniform pick up. Players without a signed form and cheque will be unable to pick up uniforms. It is important that the cheque includes the first and last names of the players. One cheque per player. Your cheque will be destroyed at the end of the season if you have fulfilled your volunteer commitment. ​ For the balance of the volunteer policy please select the "Download Volunteer Policy" button below. General Volunteer Opportunities Uniform Pick-up Volunteers REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Picture Day Volunteers REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Evaluation Volunteers Admin Registration desk responsibilities include: - Greeting the players and parents. - Collecting bond cheques - Handing out and collecting pinny numbers REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Pitching Admin Registration desk responsibilities include: - Greeting the players and parents - Handing out and collecting pinny numbers REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Ambassador Rockies U15+ players will be a role model to our younger players on the field. Responsibilities include: - Taking the players from the registration table to the waiting area - Help all players get their equipment ready - Lead players through a warm-up - Chaperone players from one station to the next during the session Please note: this position does not count towards your volunteer bond. This is an opportunity for our U15+ players to mentor our younger players and gain some leadership experience REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Pitching Data Entry Responsibilities include: - Entering the speed of each pitcher's pitch in the Team Genius app (mandatory training session required before evaluations). Minimal softball experience necessary. REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Station Attendant On-field responsibilities at individual stations include: - Setting up and/or taking down the station - Keeping the players organized - Showing the players the objective of each station - Ensuring all players get through the station in the allotted time REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Pitching Speed Reader Responsibilities include: - Recording the speed of each pitcher's pitch with a radar gun Minimal softball experience necessary. REGISTER FOR THIS ROLE Bond Manual Bond Roles F.A.Q

  • Contact Us | sbrsoftball

    CONTACT US Feedback As our SBR Association continues to grow we understand the value of feedback from our athletes, parents, volunteers and coaches. Your feedback allows us to improve our programming, and address any issues as they arise. It also allows us to recognize those people who are doing an amazing job. Therefore we would like to present this outlet as a place where you can share you feedback: Positive, comments or opportunities. Below is a link to confidential form to which you can use to share your thoughts. You can share your feedback anonymously, or provide your contact information. If you provide your contact information it will stay anonymous and it enables us to ask clarifying questions. For a formal complaint contact information is needed so that we can address the complaint, and do an investigation if warranted. ​ ​ SBR LEADERSHIP TEAM FEEDBACK FORM General Information For more information and general inquiries into SBR or any of the information you've seen on the site please email us today! ​ P.O. Box 19504 3000, 356 Cranston Road SE Calgary AB T3M - 0G0 GENERAL INQUIRIES

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  • SBR Diamonds | sbrsoftball

    SBR DIAMONDS Diamonds are assigned to each team every year. Check the following table for 2024's diamond assignments, locations and related permits. For a bird's eye view of diamond locations, please see the map below. ​ Note: Some locations have multiple diamonds. Please use the 'Get Directions' link in the table and cross-reference the diamond tag to confirm correct diamond location. ​ Helpful tip: if there's no SBR equipment box at the diamond, you're at the wrong diamond. ​ Questions? Check our Frequently Asked Questions and then reach out to the Diamond Coordinator at . 2024 Diamond Assignments Locations View diamond locations on the map below by clicking the 'slide' icon in the top left corner and then selecting the diamond you want to view. Or, select the 'expand' icon in the top right corner to present in full view.

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