Pickup Softball is Back, News (Ayr Minor Softball Association)

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Aug 22, 2017 | Ken Sherk | 871 views
Pickup Softball is Back
AMSA is happy to sponsor fun nights of pickup softball at Victoria Park in August.
Games this week will be Mon Aug. 21 and Wed Aug 23, 7:00pm. 8-11 year olds at the small diamond and 12-16 year olds at Sage Field.
There is no cost and anyone within the age groups is welcome to join in. AMSA will provide supervision but the game will be run by the players.
All players must wear a batting helmet to bat and run bases.
It is recommended...

It is recommended that players wear running shoes or baseball shoes as well as long pants. 
Players should bring their own bats, helmets and ball gloves however there will be some equipment available for those who need it.
Feel free to forward this email to anyone you think might be interested in joining in whether they are former ball players or would like to try softball for the first time.
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Each year since 2015, AMSA has been granted funding from the Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Fund for our player and coach development program. This has allowed us to purchase training equipment, receive NCCP training and provide no charge winter/spring training to our members at various locations such as Playball Academy, Core Sports, St. Brigid School.