Daily game reportBNSUD Daily game report form. any incident that doesn’t require a ejection but you felt should be reported.
Coaches Report FormThis questionnaire is for BNS coaches to help BNSUD have a look at our umpires from the coaches who have the most contact with them. It is not designed to criticize the umpire but help BNSUD strengthen our training program.
Baseball Nova Scotia Umpire Division (BNSUD) is responsible for the training,development and administration of Baseball umpiring in Nova Scotia.
BNSUD SEMI ANNUAL MEETING 2021 On Sunday, April 18th at 7:00pm, Baseball Nova Scotia Umpires Division (BNSUD) will hold its Semi Annual meeting via ZOOM. With the uncertainty around the group sizes and COVID restrictions, we have made the decision to have the meeting virtually – same as both the Semi-Annual and Annual meetings in 2020. The meeting is open to any registered BNSUD members from the 2020 season. We strongly encourage the membership to try and take part in the meeting. We ask that if you are interested in the meeting, you need to send an email to email@example.com and provide the following information (First and Last name) to get the password for the ZOOM meeting by Friday, April 16th. This way we can ensure that everyone joining the meeting was registered in 2020 and we will include the agenda for the meeting. If you were registered in 2019, and are interested, the meeting is also open to you. Click on the link below for a step-by-step guide on how to join the meeting using one of many methods above. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting When you enter the Meeting ID and password, you can test your microphone and audio to make sure everything is working before the meeting. You will also be placed in a waiting room, before the beginning of the meeting, and the host will let you into the room. When you enter the room, you will be muted. You should be able to unmute yourself, if you have any questions or want to say something. It is recommend using headphones throughout the meeting as it will eliminate background noise and others will be able to hear you better. It’s also recommended you use a laptop, as you’ll have more options to participate in the meeting but a tablet or phone work well too. Joel Rodgers President BNSUD