The NWT Softball Association is looking for individuals interested in becoming a coach. Upcoming dates and locations will be determined by interest. If you want to become a coach, please contact the NWT Softball Association. Contact Executive Director, Melanie Thompson, at [email protected]
NWT Softball will be hosting the 2017 NWT Softball Annual General Meeting on Sunday, November 26, 2017. All members are welcome to attend by conference call or in person. LOCATION: 3rd Floor Sport North Boardroom TIME: 10:00 AM Fore more information contact NWT Softball Executive Director: Melanie Thompson [email protected] 867-446-0000
Bryan Sask is returning! This time to put on the 2017 NWT Softball Coaching Clinic. For all you aspiring coaches, come out to the FREE coaching clinic October 7-8, 2017. The clinic will run individuals through in-class theory and training, while also providing the practical training needed to get you certified as a softball coach. The clinic runs 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM on both Saturday and Sunday. All coaches are asked to pre-register with Melanie Thompson via email, [email protected] For more information on the Coaching Clinic contact: Melanie Thompson NWT Softball Executive […]
The NWT Softball Association hosted the 2nd Annual North Slave Youth Fastball Clinic on August 12-13th in Yellowknife, NT at Tommy Forrest Ball Park. The two day clinic saw just over 30 youth from Wah’ti, Hay River, Fort Simpson and Yellowknife participate. Bryan Sask, returning BC Coach, provided a variety of skills and fun drills for the youth to learn about the game of Fastball. With help from the great volunteers over the weekend, Sask was able to focus on the youth’s skills and watch how the group grew over the two days. […]
The Fire Prevention Blue Jays won their first territorial championship with an 11-8 win over the Yellowknife Racquet Club Trappers in the final game on the Pine Point Diamond in Hay River July 23, 2017.
The NWT Softball Association made the tough decision to withdrawal from the 2017 North American Indigenous Games. With no coaching lead in the territory, the Association did not feel that adequate time would be available to put together a team with a Games level skill to be competitive at the Games. Coaching staff needed to be selected in March/April in order to have a team selected for the May 1st deadline. Unfortunately there wasn’t enough interest in coaching to move forward with a team. Looking ahead, it’s best for the […]