Spring Recreational League

Do you want to give your daughter the best start in sports? Our Spring Recreational League focuses on providing girls with a fun, safe, and supportive environment to learn softball skills and grow their confidence. Get your daughter off the sidelines and into the game with our spring session! Sign up and give your daughter an opportunity to have fun, learn new skills, and build relationships with other players.

Fall Recreational League

Attention, all aspiring softball stars! Take your game to the next level with Darlington Girls Softball League’s Fall Recreational League – aka Fall Ball! With our experienced coaches and structured program, you’ll be playing like a pro in no time. Join us and develop the skills you need to do great things on the diamond. Register and show off your softball talent!

Summer Clinic

Get ready to hit a home run this summer with our Summer Clinic! Our Summer Clinic is designed to help girls build self-confidence, sportsmanship, and teamwork skills in a fun and engaging environment. With personalized coaching from our experienced staff, your daughter will gain the skills she needs to succeed both on and off the field. Sign up for an unforgettable summer experience! Typically the Summer Clinic occurs every Tuesday starting in July at Bailey Field in Slater Park, Pawtucket. The clinic runs for 8 weeks.

Winter Clinic

Get ready for the Spring softball season with our Winter Clinic! Our experienced coaches will teach your daughter the fundamentals of the game, while also introducing her to fun new drills and activities. With an emphasis on teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship, she’ll gain invaluable skills that will last a lifetime. Sign up to help your daughter hit it out of the park this upcoming season. Typically the Winter Clinic runs from February to March.

New England Nightmare All-Star/Traveling Team

Our All-Star/Travel team tryouts typically occur at the end of July each year.

If you’re unfamiliar with youth softball all-star/traveling teams, often referred to as a travel team or competitive team, it’s a team of young softball players who participate in organized softball leagues and tournaments outside their local area. These teams are typically comprised of skilled and dedicated players who want to take their softball skills to a higher level and compete against strong competition.

Here are some key features of youth softball traveling teams:

  1. Tryouts: Travel teams usually hold tryouts to select players based on their skills, abilities, and commitment level. The tryouts help ensure that the team is composed of talented players who can compete at a higher level.
  2. Travel: As the name suggests, these teams travel to different cities, regions, or even across states or countries to participate in tournaments and leagues. This allows players to face tougher competition and gain exposure to different playing styles.
  3. Competitive Schedule: Travel teams have a more rigorous schedule compared to recreational teams. They participate in various tournaments, showcase events, and league games against other travel teams. The competition is often more intense, providing players with opportunities to improve their skills and gain valuable experience.
  4. Increased Time Commitment: Playing for a travel team requires a higher level of commitment from both players and their families. The teams typically have regular practices, conditioning sessions, and games, which may involve traveling on weekends or during school breaks.
  5. Skill Development: Travel teams focus on developing players’ skills in all aspects of the game, including hitting, fielding, pitching, and base running. Coaches often have a higher level of expertise and experience, providing specialized training and guidance to help players refine their skills.
  6. Exposure and Opportunities: Playing on a travel team can provide players with exposure to college recruiters and opportunities for advancement in the sport. Many travel teams participate in showcase tournaments where college coaches attend to scout potential recruits.
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