T-Ball/Softball Online Registration

COVID-19 Update

February 6th, 2021

All refunds have been issued. You should have received and email indicating a credit to your credit card.

Again THANK YOU for helping us with the COVID-19 restrictions that we had to implement to start the Power Skating sessions.

Please email me at r.weir@sasktel.net if you have any questions.

Hopefully we can get back to normal for the 2021/2022 season.

RNWSA

January 24th, 2021

The remaining Power Skating sessions have been CANCELLED.

Due to the ongoing restrictions and possibility of additional restrictions we have decided to cancel the reminder of the Power Skating Sessions.

Refunds will be issued once process has been finalized. An email will be sent to each participant outlining the refund process.

Thank-you to everyone for following the guidelines that we needed to implement before we could offer the sessions that we did.

Hopefully we can get back to normal for the 2021/2022 season.

RNWSA


T-Ball / Softball

Attention all parents we will be opening our online registration for T-Ball/ Softball on Saturday January 30th at 8 am. We will not be collecting a registration fee at this time but you can still register your child. We will collect the fee once we know from the Government of Saskatchewan what Covid-19 restrictions will be in place. At this time we are planning on starting league play on May 3rd and running till the year end tournament on June 18 and 19. Our games are scheduled on Monday to Thursday.

Please keep watching the website for updates. If you wish to register in person it will be Saturday April 17th from 2:30-3:30 at the North West Leisure Centre.

Thanks,
RNWSA Board of Directors

T-Ball/Softball Online Registration

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2020 Winter Program

Power Skating 2020-2021

At this time our fall Power Skating program will continue as planned.

Due to the covid -19 pandemic, we have to follow rules of the City of Regina, Saskatchewan Health Authority and Re-open Saskatchewan.

Unfortunately this means we will not be offering a Pee Wee session this year. The other sessions will have reduced times for this year only see below.

  • Indoor arenas will have a maximum of 30 people in at any one time
  • 25 participants
  • 3 instructors
  • 2 RNWSA personal

Following are changes and must be followed:

  • Due to restrictions there will be no spectators allowed.
  • Prior to each session a players questionnaire (located on RNWSA home page) will need to be filled out and submitted by 3:00pm the day of "EACH" session.
  • If the questionnaire is not submitted, players will not be allowed access.
  • Players will be allowed in 10 minutes prior to start time and must exit 10 minutes after session is complete
  • Each player must come dressed with skate guards
  • Players will be met at the entrance door and confirm they have filled out questionnaire.
  • Players must sanitize hands with supplied sanitizer and proceed to dressing rooms.
  • After the session is complete players must exit ice and proceed to dressing room
  • Players must exit through exit door.
  • After each session the arena will be cleaned by city staff before next session can star

The above guidelines might change through the year if conditions change and new protocols are handed down from City.

Board of Directors
RNWSA


Kid's Sport

If you are applying through Kid's Sport. Please make sure to bring a copy of you Kid's Sport Application with you when you come to register.

 

A Letter from a Coach (pdf)