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WELCOME TO THE HOME OF EMASS SENIOR SOFTBALL.
EMASS is a Massachusetts Not-For Profit Corporation managed and administered by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. We have approximately 350 Members (men and women) ages 55 to 80+. We play morning Double-Headers weekly from April-October. Most games are played on fields in Metro-West towns.
If you are interested, there is at least one Division for you, regardless of your skill level.
AMERICAN: Saturdays, 50 & over, for highly skilled players
NATIONAL: Saturdays, 55 & over, for all softball players
PACIFIC: Mondays, 55 & over, for highly skilled players
ATLANTIC: Tuesdays/Thursdays, 55 & over, for all players
METRO: Wednesdays/Fridays, 65 & over
To contact a Division Coordinator, or to learn more about EMASS Senior softball, please explore our website and feel free to contact us for further information.
ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ANNUAL EMASS AWARDS BANQUET
The Board of Directors encourages all EMASS Members to attend the 2016 Awards Brunch at 11:00 AM, on November 6th at the Needham VFW, 20 Junction Street. The cost remains the same as last year's cost: $15 per person paying via PayPal or credit card; $20 at the door.
In addition to players and teams receiving recognition and awards, hear our featured speaker Jerry Thornton, the third voice on WEEI's "Dale & Holley Show," and enjoy the brunch menu!
Go to the REGISTRATION page or click on the heading above to initiate payment.
Posted: September 30, 2016
SOFTBALL TRAINING FACILITY
The All Star Sports Academy in Marlborough is offering EMASS members unlimited use of their facility, Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm, November 15 thru April 15. The cost will be $225 per person for the five months, payable upfront.
In order to gauge the number of players who will take advantage of this offer, we ask that anyone who is interested go to the pickup page on the EMASS website and sign up for the Nov. 1 "Pickup Session." This is not signing up for pickup; nor is it a commitment to membership in the training facility. It is an expression of interest in using the facility. If there is enough interest (20-or-more players), we will proceed with the actual registration.
Once 20-or-so players are registered, there will be a process put in place for players in groups of 2 or 3 or more to coordinate the days and times they will use the facility. The primary purpose will be to work on batting skills, but there is also the opportunity to work on fielding and even play some 6-on-6 softball.
Posted: September 29, 2016