by Regina Royals, 2018-01-16T20:28:08-08:00January 16 2018, at 08:28 PM PST
Due to changing demographics within Regina and our softball community we have had to take a hard look at how the RMSL operates. We considered the following items: the number of players in each age division, this years’ fall evaluations, zone executive volunteer numbers, future residential development locations, and most importantly how to draw new zone boundaries that will best fit our softball community.
The new border essentially follows Dewdney Ave. and the rail line dividing the city more or less in half. The zones are numerically very close. These new boundaries are going to affect some families more than others and we understand that, we ask that you please have faith that the executive members of each zone and coaches will be very involved in ensuring there is minimal drastic changes. The goal is to achieve fair and equitable A and B teams in each zone.
For out of town players attending high school in Regina your zone will be the one your school is located in.
We want all our members to know that we are doing our best to ensure that softball in Regina and the surrounding area continues to grow and support our athletes. Please check the RMSL website for continued updates www.rmsl.ca