U7 Timbits


U7 Timbits Learn to Play

FOR GIRLS AND BOYS under 7 before Jan 1st-see registration page more details

Playing Structure and Handbook

U7 Schedule

Please Note:
 
 If you are unsure which division is appropriate for your child, please contact u7rep@spmsa.com for further assistance.

 

  • Playing Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays 
  • Program Times:  6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
  • Program Structure: 30 minutes of skill development and 45 minutes for a game
  • Softball Field Location: Pine Street Elementary School
  • The first session will be the program introduction for players and a parent meeting. Parents are an active part of the U7 program.
  • Players will be notified by coaches approximately 1 week prior to the season of team designation.  If you have not been notified after this time frame please email u7rep@spmsa.com
  • All team schedules will be posted on the website under specific Age Divisions link
  • Each child will be issued a jersey/shirt for the season to keep.  Ball pants are not required, leggings or joggers is adequate.  Uniforms will be given out at the 1st session/game
  • The last scheduled day will be a “FUN DAY” - incorporating learned skills and rewarding each child for his/her participation.
  • Required equipment:  ball glove, running shoes or softball cleats (no metal cleats).  Coaches are provided with a limited number of batting helmets, it is optional if parents want to purchase a helmet with softball face mask for your child. 
  • Please read the "Rainout and Weather Policy" on the website.

Objectives:

  • To introduce Softball at a much faster pace, to keep the children active and engaged.
  • To promote interest in the game and to develop sportsmanship.
  • To introduce the basics of softball: throwing, catching, hitting, and running

Game Structure:

  • A tee will be used to develop hand-eye coordination for the development of batting skills. Coach Pitch will be introduced as appropriate in the second half of the season. 
  • There is no scorekeeping, other than to know when the inning ends (3 outs, or 5 runs) as the focus is more on skill introduction and having FUN in a team environment.
  • Parent participation will be required at times. 

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