News and Announcements
Skills Clinics are here again! The indoor 2018 Winter and 2019 Spring softball clinics that you’ve anxiously been awaiting for are in full swing! For returning players, this is your chance to fine tune your skills during the offseason. For new players, experienced coaches will teach basic and advanced softball fundamentals in a fun atmosphere! (Please note: No clinics during PA Days, Family Day, March Break, Good Friday and Easter Monday)
- Come out to learn and be active!
- Come out and make or bring a friend!
- Come out to have a ball!
For clinic times, locations and more information, click on the link below.
See you in the gym!
We’ve never had an RHMSA Umpire of the season but with an umpire like Paul Bianchi, maybe we should. We would like to point out that Mr. Paul Bianchi received may unsolicited compliments during the 2015 season from not only coaches but parents alike. Thank you Paul for doing an amazing job and for making a difference in youth softball and the community of Richmond Hill.
Between NOW and Monday, November 30th, you can Purchase your Christmas Tree Ornament for 1/3 OFF!!!
SORRY – SOLD OUT
’Tis the season to order an ornament for your favourite ball player(s) and trim your tree in the holiday spirit. These ornaments can be ordered featuring your ball player’s name personalized on the ball (hand written) so that they have a wonderful keepsake to cherish. Personalized ornaments make a terrific gift and will be treasured over the years.
Combine your holiday and RHMSA team spirit and order your softball ornament(s) today by emailing email@example.com. Each realistic looking hand painted 2.5″×2.5″ ornament is only $10, tax included (regular price $15).
100% of the proceeds fundraised will go towards supporting the youth of RHMSA. Quantities are limited so order now!
Congratulations Grant Taylor for being awarded Coach of The Year! Thank you for another awesome summer of softball. Again, you did a fantastic job coaching your team this season. Your positive attitude and dedication over the years is certainly an asset to the league! RHMSA Executive Ken Perry (left), Coach Grant Taylor (right).
RHMSA was very fortunate to have had many amazing people step up to coach this season. We would like to sincerely thank them all. It’s because of your commitment and coaching skills that the kiddos of our community had a place to play ball this summer.
Thank you Yogi’s Bar & Grill in Richmond Hill for hosting our Annual Coaches Appreciation Dinner this year. The food was certainly fresh and delicious!
RHMSA would like to congratulate the U19 Girls team on a terrific season. The team competed in the playoff this past weekend, and ended up taking home the silver medal! Special thanks to Coach Rob and Coach Matt for their amazing coaching skills and thanks to all the girls for being awesome role models for our younger divisions.