SVI is holding a contest, open to all players registered in 2017, to design the 2017 District Championships T-Shirt logo. The winning entry will be awarded a $100 Prize! Our graphics professional will work with your creative design to produce the 2017 District logo. The contest is now open and will close on April 30, 2017. Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
SFU is coming to Victoria – Registration Details!
Carnarvon Ball Club and Langford Fastball are pleased to announce that they are hosting SFU Head Coach Mike Renney and the SFU Varsity Softball team in Victoria for a Skill Development Camp on September 24 and 25. The camp is open to players born in 1998 to 2006. All skill levels are welcome!
The two-day camp will cover hitting, bunting, throwing, catching, fielding and base running. SFU Softball Head Coach Mike Renney will oversee the camp and the varsity-student athletes will provide instruction. Participants will interact with SFU coaches and varsity athletes throughout two days of instruction. Space is limited.
Saturday September 24 – 12 pm to 3:30 pm
Sunday September 25 – 10 am to 1:30 pm
Cost – $60 (includes t-shirt)
Location – Centennial Park on Carlow Road in Langford BC
Campers are reminded to wear appropriate ball wear, and bring a glove, bat (if you have one), water and a snack.
Registration at http://carnarvonballclub.com/2016/sfu/
September 10 – Ladysmith Aggie Fields from 9:30 to 11:30 am
(1110-1st Ave. It is located right at the traffic circle. The parking is on the right side on Symonds Ave)
September 17 – Oak Bay Fireman’s Park from 11 am to 1 pm
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to start time for registration and warm up. It is recommended that players attend both tryout sessions.
For more information please feel free to contact:
The Carnarvon VI Outlaws provide our players with an environment to develop A level softball skills, social skills and character in a fun and positive environment. We place a very high value on a player’s academics and build a playing schedule that incorporates both academic and athletic pursuits. There are no monthly fees to play for the Carnarvon VI Outlaws.
The 2016 Carnarvon VI Outlaws placed 5th at the 16A Provincials.
We also had players:
- On the Little League Senior Softball team that placed second at the 2016 Little league World Series in Delaware
- On the Little League Junior Softball team that placed second at the 2016 Little League World Series in Kirkland, Washington
- On the Surrey Storm team that won Gold at the 2016 Canadian Open in the 16A Division
- On the Richmond Islander team that placed 7th at the 2016 Canadian Open in the 16A Division
- On the Gold medal 2016 BC Summer Games team
- On the Richmond Islanders team and the Surrey Storm team (National Champions) at the 2016 U16A National Championships