Softball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams on a large field. It evolved from baseball with some key differences: softballs are larger than baseballs and the pitches are thrown underhand rather than overhand. Despite the game's name, the standard softball is not soft; in fact, it is harder than a baseball.
Softball is a team sport, and much like others, every player needs the basic skills and plays a crucial role to ensure the success of the team. Similar to all sports, softball skills are learned at an early age and that same skills get honed later in life when seeking to improve the level of play. Catching, hitting and throwing the ball are some of the basics. By practicing these fundamentals, kids can become better softball players.
This sport also provides opportunities for the softball players to cultivate important values and life skills such as graciousness, resilience, appreciation, commitment and collaboration, excellence and integrity which ties in with the school values.
We currently have both Junior and Senior boys in the softball team who trains once a week, on every Fridays. Our senior boys made it to the top 4 last year (2018) in the Softball National Championships!
Briefing before a game
Batting practice during CCA
Ending off the game with High-Fives
Players helping out catcher in his gear
Awesome seniors 2019
Amazing juniors 2019
Softball carnival at Monfort Secondary
Mr Neo Aik Ghee – I/C
Mrs Carol Lim Li Ling
Mdm Peng Jing Jing
Mdm Li Lin
Ms Lim Lee Nah
||2.00 - 4.30 pm
||Parade Square / Field