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Fergus/Elora Minor Softball returns for 2012 season

CENTRE WELLINGTON - Fergus/Elora Minor Softball League has returned and officials are ready to play ball.

All the volunteers that will participate in this league bring with them over 20 years experience playing softball/fastball, as well as coaching, umpiring and successfully running a softball league.

They have experienced umpires in all different levels of ball to help mentor new umpires and offer guidance during games to players who are still learning.

League officials feel a large focus should be given to teaching the fundamentals of the game, skills development, and pitching/catching clinics where the kids can benefit most. This will improve their technical skills, which will only make them stronger ball players. 

But the most important factor is having fun. It is very important to create a positive, team-oriented atmosphere.

League officials also recognize community involvement and say they believe in the bond that they have with the community they live in.

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January 20, 2012


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