Whitby Girls Softball Association

Whitby Girls Softball Association

Whitby Girls Softball Association


Registering for 2024 Season

RegisterWGSA is a great place for girls to have fun and learn some valuable skills. Our season runs from mid-May to the beginning of August, during which time the players make new friendships and renew old ones. They look forward to this from year to year and can't wait to hit the diamond each season.

Register now to be elgible for our off-season clinics and to secure these prices in case they go up in the new year.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the WGSA Registrar at d2dzYV9yZWdpc3RyYXJAd2hpdGJ5Z2lybHNzb2Z0YmFsbC5jb20=.

Click here to register online for the upcoming season.


Birth Year

Game Night
Learn to Play
2018 - Apr 2019 Tues $110
Advanced Learn to Play
2016 - 2017 Tues $110
U11 (formerly Mite)
2013 - 2015 Thurs $145
U13 (formerly Squirt)
2011 - 2012 Wed $170
U15 (formerly Novice)
2009 - 2010 Mon $170
U17 (formerly Bantam)
2007 - 2008 Wed $180
U24 (formerly Midget)
2000 - 2006 Thurs $180

Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, October 25th

Come out and hear a summary of the season just past. It is also a great time to put your name forward to participate on the Board. Help make your association great.

Please contact our Secretary, Gilles Bonniot, at d2dzYV9zZWNyZXRhcnlAd2hpdGJ5Z2lybHNzb2Z0YmFsbC5jb20= if you are interested in attending.

2023 Playoffs

Mite Squirt Novice Bantam Midget

Mite Houseleague Champs Lightning Division

Mite Houseleague Champs Thunder Division

Squirt Houseleague Champs

Mite Playoff Champs

Squirt Playoff Champs

Long Term Player Development

Long Term Play Development

WGSA has long been concerned with the physical fitness of our community and has been committed to providing fitness opportunities for girls from ages 5 - 24. Within the last few years Canada, through its participation with sports organizations, has also become committed to formalizing this ideal. Click on the picture above to see what is happening in this area.


Upcoming Clinics

The Whitby Girls Softball Association is once again pleased to offer an array of off-season clinics to help our players improve their softball skills. The cost of each clinics is $85 and will take place at the Oshawa Civic Recreation Complex, located at 99 Thornton Road South.

Please note that to participate in clinics, players must be registered for our 2024 season.

Also note that people registering for the Pitching clinics must supply their own catchers.

Clinic Ages Start Time Spots Left
Pitching 1 (Fall)8 to 244:45 pm0
Pitching 2 (Fall)8 to 246:00 pm0
Advanced Catching (Fall)12 to 174:45 pm6
General Skills (Fall)8 to 114:45 pm5
Advanced Skills & Agility 1 (Fall)12 to 136:00 pm15
Advanced Skills & Agility 2 (Fall)14 to 157:15 pm8
Advanced Skills & Agility 3 (Fall)16 to 247:15 pm15

Click here to register for any of these clinics.

Intro to Catching and Advanced Catching will only be held if there is sufficient player interest.

Each clinic will be 6 weeks in duration with each session lasting for 1 hour. Clinics start on Saturday October 14th and end on Saturday November 25th. There will be no clinics held on Saturday October 28th.

If you have any questions, please contact Al Betts at d2dzYV9hbEB3aGl0YnlnaXJsc3NvZnRiYWxsLmNvbQ==.

Congratulations Rosemary Theriault

Rosemary Theriault

On November 12th Rosemary Theriault will be inducted into the Softball Canada Hall of Fame in the Coach Category.

As some of our long-time members may remember, Rosemary was a coach in the WGSA, as well as a Board member, before going on to be one of the founders of the Whitby Eagles. A full outline of her amazing accomplishments can be found at this link to the Linsday Advocate.

Rosemary's induction is being celebrated at a Durham Lords game on Sunday September 17th at 12:45 p.m. (prior to the Durham Lords game against Fanshawe Falcons). Interested WGSA players and families are welcome to attend.

Would you Like to be a Sponsor?

Sponsors are a vital part of WGSA. It is through their financial participation that we are able to provide athletic and fun-filled opportunities for girls in Whitby.

The WGSA typically has around 500 players participating, with over 40 House League teams that need team sponsors. Their help is vital as, since 2018, the imposition of Municipal User Fees that have impacted our operating costs significantly.

We take great pride in ensuring the sport of softball is affordable for families. This is where our valued sponsors support these efforts, keeping our program affordable to everyone.

We are starting to plan our 2024 season and taking team sponsors. If you would like to participate, please see our Sponsor page for further details and to download the appropriate forms.

Bantam Playoff Finalists

Midget Playoff Finalists

Concussion Awareness Resources

The concussion awareness resources that members are required to read can be found in our Useful Info section.

Whitby Lightning Clothing

ClothingOnce again WGSA has partnered with Roy's Enterprise to offer our logo-emblazoned clothing online!

Does your child have a birthday coming up? Order some logowear. Would mom and dad like to show support for their daughter? Order some logowear. Click here to go to the clothing order form website.

If you would like to try on the clothing for sizing purposes please visit Roy's store at 1609 McEwen Dr in Whitby.

Code of Conduct

Code of ConductThe WGSA has offered girls the opportunity to compete, improve skills, improve fitness and, most importantly, have fun, for over thirty years. In that time we have been proud of the skill level of our coaches and players evidenced by our consistently high results in Select Tournaments and by the level of play in our house league program.

As an organization we continually strive to offer our membership more value for their dollar and will continue to strive to improve ourselves. One step forward in this ongoing process may be found in this year's players packages, which will be distributed by coaches: a new Code of Conduct for players and parents. These go along with the Codes of Conduct that are being signed for the first time by coaches and umpires of WGSA. As you read these you will unlikely find anything new or revolutionary. They are simply a formal statement of everyone's commitment to the same ideals: fairness, tolerance, respect and fun. By stating everyone's intent up front, we will all maintain our commitment to these worthy goals.