Registration will open Feb. 1st
Registration will close Feb. 21st.
Registration will be done through RAMP interactive registration. Link to follow
If ANY parent is interested in coaching any of the AA teams, please email me, email@example.com. You will not be left in the dark. We have a coaching director that will help you get all proper certifications which will be paid for by BVSA. We would like coaches to have some involvement with team selection.
Please note: THESE ARE EVALUATIONS. NOT TRYOUTS. TEAMS WILL BE FORMED EVENLY.
Softball League play:
Categories are AAA, AA and A (formally known as B). Moving forward participants will be registering as a U11 A, U13 A , etc. For more information on AA please see the news article about the new AA program.
Previously Bonivital had been divided into 2 areas for the purposes of team formation; Bonivital East is made up of players from Southdale, Winakwa, Archwood & Southdale Community centers. Bonivital West consists of players from Greendell, Norberry-Glenlee, Glenwood, Windsor & Dakota community centers. This season there is no longer Bonivital East and West. We are all Bonivital.
The full schedule for the Bonivital A ball teams will be found on the Capital Region Softball League
website once it is complete.
Softball regular season usually starts at the beginning of May and finishes at the end of June. Provincials are usually in July.
Both males and females at birth can start playing at the age of 3. At or before the age of 9, all gender identities can
move over to baseball. In addition to those born female, all participants who identify as female or nonbinary may choose to continue with softball.
League games, practices and all tournaments are subject to information from Softball
Manitoba and directives from the Province of Manitoba.
Age Categories & Game Days
Timbits Learn to Play 1 (LTP1) (born 2016-2019) Male and Female - Monday & Wednesday
U9 (born 2014-2015) Male and Female - Tuesday & Thursday
U11 (born 2012-2013) - Monday & Wednesday
U13 (born 2010-2011) - Tuesday & Thursday
U15 (born 2008-2009) - Monday & Wednesday
U17 (born 2006-2007) - Tuesday & Thursday
U19 (born 2004-2005) - Monday & Wednesday
Please refer to the links below for the following policies:
Transinclusion Policy https://softball.ca/policies/transinclusion
Inclusion Policy https://softball.ca/policies/inclusiondiversity
Gender Equity Policy https://softball.ca/policies/genderequity
Current Softball Fees
Learn to Play 1
Learn to Play 2
These are initial fees, most clubs charge additional fees. You MUST select the additional fee package if
you reside in a Community Club’s catchment that charges additional fees. Additional club fees can range between $20 and $50.
Every player requires a softball glove, a batting helmet with a cage and a pair of running
U11 to U15 players and all pitchers are required to wear a fielding mask. U17 pitchers must use a mask as well.
Fielding masks are available for purchase at your local sporting goods store.
Optional equipment includes a softball bat, batting gloves and cleats.
Jerseys will be provided.
COVID-19 Refund Policy:
Our first priority is the health and safety of the athletes, coaches, volunteers, and our
community. We will continue to follow the guidance provided by the Province of
Manitoba Public Health Orders and Softball Manitoba.
If the upcoming season is cancelled prior to starting, a full refund will be granted to
If the season is cancelled midway through the season, a refund will be granted of
fees paid to Bonivital Softball Association less costs already incurred by Bonivital. These may include Softball
Manitoba fees, City Field fees, Umpire fees, Sanitizing items, Community Club fees and
Bonivital Softball Winter 2023 Development Clinic Registration
Spots are limited. Registration will close once limit is reached. Head to our "Clinics" tab for registration.