Hello ROMSA people! Just a quick update for you. The ROMSA executive has been discussing the upcoming season with the other associations which we interlock with for our schedule. While the various levels of government have not given any indication about how (or if) outdoor sports will be run because of the disease pandemic, we have made the decision to start preparations for the upcoming season. Please keep watching this website and also our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ROMSAORG and our Twitter handle, @ROMSAORG (www.twitter.com/ROMSAORG), for updates. Sincerely, Your Rideau Osgoode Minor Softball Association Executive
Category: General Info
Welcome to the 2021 ROMSA softball season! Online registration is NOW OPEN. Please read all the information below thoroughly as it will make registration a lot easier.
IMPORTANT!!! All players (from U10 to U16 only) must supply their own batting helmets with face masks. This information has been placed into our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and if you are not familiar with the answers, you should probably hit up this link! https://www.romsa.org/?page_id=147
Registration is now open for our 2021 Spring Softball Season. Here’s what we know so far:
We’ll post up random pics here. If there’s a story behind them, we’ll find it and post that up, too!
The year started with a rigorous tryout evaluation which started out with approximately 80-100 kids, and which we managed to whittle down to the “chosen 9”: Team 2 Raymond’s.
Well that’s not really what happened, but it sounds way more awesome. 🙂 ….. continued
Ontario Amateur Softball Association “OASA” U19 Elimination tournament in Carp this weekend. It runs from June 28-30 at the Carp Fairgrounds. There are 13 teams competing from across Ontario. There is one Eastern Ontario team representing Osgoode. This team is comprised of former players of ROMSA, Greely and Kenmore ball associations along with players from the Ottawa Valley. First game is Friday at 5 pm with finals scheduled for Sunday at 3pm. Osgoode plays their first game at 7 pm Friday night. Admission is 5 dollars a day or 10 dollars for the weekend Follow the website at:
http://www.stittsvillesoftball.org/site/ClientSite/article/3087697 The SMSA Bantam Rep Tier II team will host trial tryouts on November 1 and 8, 2018 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Stittsville Public School. The team will compete in the Provincial Women’s Softball Association (“PWSA”) Tier II division and will train to compete at a high level at the PWSA Qualifier (July 26-28, 2019) and the PWSA Grand Championships (August 8-11, 2019) for a chance to compete at the U16 Girls’ Eastern Canadian Championships (August 22-25, 2019). Three new coaches will be joining last year’s head coach Dale Aiken on the coaching staff. Erin Durant (former Ottawa Gee Gees coach) will be leading the team as head coach and will be joined by assistant coaches Dale Aiken (SMSA Bantam Rep 2018 Head Coach), Carolyn Harman (SMSA Midget Selects 2018 Head Coach) and Brad Pender (Elite Level Men’s Fastpitch Player). The team welcomes all U16 female athletes (born in 2003-2004) to try out for the team.
— courtesy of Spencer Leptick who coached the ROMSA 1 Girls Mites team in 2018: For a few quick notes… The team had a blast! We had nearly half the team as new players and it was great to see them all learn and improve as the season went on. Our returning players really helped the new players and improved their own play a lot. We had our best two games of the season on elimination day of the year-end tournament – 2 big wins that helped them get to the semi-finals. The girls went wild as we got the last out of the second game – what fun! The tournament along with a couple off-field team get-togethers really helped solidify friendships and will bring the girls back next year for more softball fun. Thank you to all the umpires and volunteers – it was a super fun season!