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.
Ejection report formBaseball Nova Scotia umpire ejection report form. All game ejections must be reported after the game.
How to Register for BNSUD ClinicsThe BNSUD clinic schedule will begin on April 21st. We currently have12 clinics scheduled around the Province. For all clinics,pre-registration is mandatory and we are offering to take payments via E-transfer prior to the clinics. We need to ensure all those attending clinics are pre-registered so we can plan and ensure there is sufficient space available at all clinics. Please click the link below to the pre-registration form. The E-transfer instruction are included with the form.
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Week of May 28, 2018Province:NSName:AdaYears Officiating:4Certification Level:Level 2Interests:The aspiring physicist and talented seamstress is actively involved in encouraging others to buck the trend and aspire to do what they want, regardless of gender. Regarding her recent award, she stated, "I’m also concerned about the gender wage gap, the lack of women in science, technology, engineering and math. I think more women have to be encouraged to pursue these areas but also to stick with them because a lot of women want to but subconsciously think these are male professions.”
Baseball Canada Umpire of the week
Accomplishments:At only 14 , Ada’s learned the ropes entering her 4th season. After inspiring her buddy Kenzie to join the umpiring ranks, they became the first ever female duo to officiate a Baseball Nova Scotia game.The Windsor Junction resident is this year’s WomenActive Trendsetter award winner. She took home top prize in the youth category at an April 14 ceremony in Halifax honouring five Nova Scotia women currently challenging the status quo.“I’m proud of the award and that I did something about the lack of female umpires in baseball,” said Ada.