Welcome to the North Shore Girls Fastpitch Association, BC, Canada
Home of the NS Angels, 2015 U12C Regional Champions!
We provide young women, ages 5 to 21, opportunities to play fun and competitive softball on one of our many house league or Stars rep teams. Minor teams (ages 5 - 19) play April to June, followed by Provincial Championships. Our home field, McCartney Creek Park is just off Mt. Seymour Parkway in North Vancouver.
We've been active since 1950 and became North Shore Girls Fastpitch Association in 2009 when North & West Vancouver Girls Softball Associations merged. We are a registered not-for-profit BC Society (No. S55342) and part of Softball BC District 4. Our members include hundreds of athletes, coaches and volunteers from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove
Learn to pitch, OR continue to build your skills in the circle!
Registration is open for the Fall & Winter (Oct - Mar) and Winter & Spring (Jan - Apr) pitching clinics. Classes are led by an experienced certified pitching coach and taylored to individual age and experience. Players born before 2008 (eight years and up in 2016) with an interest in pitching should register as soon as possible. The younger you start pitching the better. We pay 32% to 54% of the cost for NSGFA players, plus another $35 off for those born in 2004 to 2007.
Visit the Clinics Page for details and to register.
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Buy North Shore Fastpitch Gear Online
Buy NSGFA branded clothing and merchandise online in a wide variety of colours, sizes and styles delivered right to your door. Stylish quality brand-made items at competitive prices. A portion of proceeds help support NSGFA.
Players are to wear NSGFA issued uniforms (not available from this store) during official games, tournaments, etc. Coaches to follow applicable Sofball BC rules and NSGFA guidelines for game attire. Rep coaches and players refer to Rep Guidelines and the Stars Store link on the Rep Program Page.
North Shore Girls Fastpitch Association gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia