The mosquito AA tryouts are set for April 10 and April 12th. Please open the links below for all the info.
Midget AAA 57’s tryouts are set for April 9-10.
please open link below for all the details
The SCMB umpire clinic will be held at the Ecole Centennial School (2220 Woodrow Lloyd Place, Swift Current)
-Saturday, April 14 – Level 1.1 (offence); 9 am – 3 pm; please be at the event by 8:45 am to register. $30 registration fee – cash or cheque (payable to SCMB)
-Sunday, April 15 – Level 2.2 (defence); 9 am – 2:30 pm; please be at the event by 8:45 am to register. $30 registration fee – cash or cheque
For more info or to book your spot, Please text Bryce Martin – cell # 306.741.3584.
We are please to announce that the Midget AAA head coach position has been filled by Dustin Bissonnette. Dustin Bissonnette comes to our organization with the knowledge and capability to take the team to the next level, in a very competitive Midget AAA league. Dustin played his college ball with Thomas Rivers University and ISU Shreveport. Dustin also played in the WMBL with the Lethbridge Bulls, and our very own 57’S. During and after his playing time in the WMBL, Dustin coached with the Lethbridge Bulls, and with out own WMBL team, the 57s. Also one of our home grown ball player, Justin Kehler, will help Dustin with the Midget program. Justin Also played with the 57’S, and played college ball in California. We look forward to see where they can take our midget program in 2018 and beyond.
SCMB online registration will be open starting March 5th closing April 15th.
Go the the registration tab and follow the RAMP link.
coaches application form
coaches code of conduct form
We require all SCMB coaches to be City of Swift Current “Safe Place” youth certified as of April 1st-2017. If you are planning on coaching any level of ball for our association, from T-Ball to Midget, please print off the form and take it to the city detachment of the RCMP. If filled out correctly there will be no charge to you. Our intent is not to scare off any potential coaches, but to protect the most vulnerable person, the player. If you have the Safe Place certificate, we will need a copy to check the database. Your division head will be in touch with you to insure that it gets done. Any questions or concerns please get in touch with the division heads that you would be coaching for.
City of Swift Current “Safe Places” youth certified info
Click on the link below
Click on link below to access the on line Respect in Sport course
To coach a team for SCMB you need to complete the Initiation Coaches Clinic. There are two components to this; an online component and an in-class component. You must complete the online component before you can register for the class component. Start at http://nccp.baseball.ca/ to complete the online class. Once logged in, you can see all other clinics in Canada. The date for our Initiation Clinic is is to be determined at this time. Make sure you are registered and have completed the online component before that date.
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