Sasktaoon Zone 3 Fastball: Welcome

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Welcome To Lasers/Eagles Fastball!!! 

This is fastball at its finest! 

Zone 3 Fastball is responsible for zone players (Squirt, Peewee and Bantam) as well as community players (Blastball, Rookie ball and Mites) from the following neighborhoods:

Silverwood Heights, Lawson Heights, River Heights, Richmond Heights, North Park, City Park, Central Industrial, Central Business, Casweell, Confederation Park, Hamptons, Dudonald, Massey Place, Mayfair, McNab Park, Mount Royal, Hudson Bay Park, Westmount and Westview.




Boys Program 2016:

An information meeting is being held on October 28th to discuss the changes for Squirts, Peewee and Bantam boys for the upcoming season

Where - Ramada Hotel

When - October 28th, 7:00pm

All parents, coaches and interested parties are welcome to attend. 


Provincial Results:     

Great job to all the Zone teams who participated in provincials.  Some of the results are below and it was fantastic to see our Zone come away with some medals.

Under 16 A Girls:     Under 16 A Boys:  
1st: Prince Albert Aces   1st: Prince Albert Astros
2nd: Saskatoon Lasers   2nd: Saskatoon Selects
Under 16 B Girls:     Under 14 A Boys:  
1st: Unity Panthers     1st: Prince Albert Astros
2nd: Saskatoon Lasers   2nd: Delisle Diamond Dogs
Under 16 C Girls:     Under 12 A Boys:  
1st: Langenburg     1st: Prince Albert Astros
2nd: Watrous Royals     2nd: Saskatoon Phantoms
Under 14 A Girls:          
1st: Saskatoon Lasers        
2nd: Twin City Angels        
Under 14 B Girls North:        
1st: Unity Panthers          
2nd: Melfort Spirit          
Under 14 B Girls South:        
1st: Estevan Elite          
2nd: Oxbow Southeast Supreme      
Under 14 C Girls:          
1st: Kindersley Royals        
2nd: Macklin Lakers          
Under 12 A Girls:          
1st: Saskatoon Phantoms        
2nd: Prince Albert Aces        
Under 12 B Girls:          
1st: Unity Panthers          
2nd: Carlyle Southeast        



Coach/Athlete Mentorship Program:                              

Softball Saskatchewan has implemented a coach/athlete mentor program focused on boys and girls aged six to twelve. This program follows the FUNdamental and Learning to Train stage of the Softball Canada Long Term Player Development (LTPD) model. This program is be provided free of charge and is available to any minor softball Association in the province. Softball Saskatchewan will provide a trained mentor to come and work on diamond with local teams.  The program will run for the months of April, May and June in 2014, 2015 and 2016.  For more information on the program please go to the softball saskatchewan site


Did you know ?????????????                   

All coaches, assistant coaches and managers are required to take the Respect In Sport program.  The program is designed to help sport leaders recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, harassment, abuse and neglect.  Click on the link to get registered today!