2021 Softball Registration

It is with much anticipation we await the warmer weather and the start of another softball season. 

The Province of Manitoba recently announced that outdoor sports facilities are allowed to reopen for casual sports as well as organized practices and games.

That doesn't mean a whole lot right now but, it is a positive sign that by the end of April/early May, there is a good chance baseball may be able to start as usual. 

Therefore, at this time we are starting the softball pre-registration process.

When you enter the registration system, it will look the same as normal registration except that the only method of payment available is CASH.


This is a work around as having CASH as the payment option allows you to complete the registration without inputting payment information such as a credit card number. 

The new Public Health Order will be issued on March 5th.

If at that time outdoor sports are still on the table and a season is highly likely, we will start taking payments via credit card and E-Transfer.

Either way, another email will be sent to update everyone on the situation.  

There will be the Early Bird rate in effect until March 27, 2021 and to register, go to the following site http://NivervilleSoftball.rampregistrations.com


One other very important note.....

Niverville Softball requires a coordinator in order to go forward with the program. 

If a coordinator is not in place by March 15th, unfortunately a softball program will not be available in Niverville in 2021.


If you have any questions, feel free to send them to the email address below. 

Thank you.

Niverville Wildcat Baseball



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