• Women’s softball team nominated to represent Team Canada at Tokyo 2020

  • Passing of Wayne Brown

  • On-Line Level IV Umpires Certification Clinic

  • Canada Games Athlete Eligibility Update

  • Softball New Brunswick Selected As Recipient of Canadian Tire Jumpstart Relief Fund

  • New Dates Announced For 2022 Canada Games in Niagra

  • Timbits Softball T-Shirt Order

  • Timbits Softball

  • Canadian Sport Help Line

  • Foundation of Coaching Softball

    For Softball Canada members wishing to become a certified coach.

  • Rawlings Canada 2021 Spring Catalog is Here!

    Rawlings is the Official Softball and Equipment Supplier of Softball New Brunswick.

LTPD Parent Information

Long-Term Player Development A Guide for Softball Parents
(PDF – 6.08 MB)

This resource is a 24-page document intended for parents to help them understand the key components outlined in the Long-Term Player Development Guide for Softball in Canada. In addition to information on each of the stages, this document also includes recommendations for parents on how to develop their children’s physical abilities properly according to Long-Term Player Development principles.

CS4L – A Sport Parent’s Guide
(PDF 1.75 MB)

As parents, we recognize that sports and physical activity play an important role in our children’s healthy growth and development, but recently physical activity has suffered serious decline among Canadian children.

Medical and sport research shows that our children are increasingly at risk for obesity and disease due to low levels of activity and poor nutritional habits.

How Young is Too Young?
(PDF 457 KB)

For many young children, organized sport participation is a key contributor to physical activity levels. It is important to focus on fun and active play in the early years, rather than on skills mastery and competition.

NCCP – Long Term Athlete Development Information for Parents
(PDF 6.23 MB

Doing what is best for your child is what LTAD is all about, and Canadian sport is working hard to develop LTAD plans for all sports.

What those plans tell us is that early specialization, and early intense training in most sports just doesn’t help the child develop to be the best they could possibly be.

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