Welcome to Bourne Youth Girls Softball
An Amateur Softball Association/USA Softball Member League
“The Official Home of the Bay State Sharks Girls Fastpitch Travel Teams!”
The Following are important documents for Program Registration and other Policies.
Click here for the
Bourne Youth Girls Softball Spring Registration
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball Parental Code of Conduct Form
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball Coaches Expectations Form
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball Coaches Application
Town of Bourne’s CORI Policy
Bourne Youth Girls Softball must adhere to the Town of Bourne’s CORI Policy. For more information you should contact Krissanne Caron, Director of the Bourne Recreation Department, by phone at 508-743-3003 or by email at KCaron@townofbourne.com. All CORI applicants must submit the CORI form and a copy of their driver’s license. The application can be mailed to: Bourne Youth Girls Softball, Attn: CORI Officer, 120 Herring Pond Road, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 or submitted to a coach/coordinator that agrees to pass it along to the CORI Officer.
The information is then processed with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Criminal History Systems Board. The process can take up to 2 weeks. Sometimes there are delays. The information contained on the application or the CORI report received by the Criminal History Systems Board is kept confidential by the CORI Officer. If an offense is listed on the CORI report that does not comply with town guidelines, you will be contacted by the CORI Officer and given the Appeal Application.
Click here for the Town of Bourne's CORI Policy
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball CORI Request Form (Required for all Board Members, Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Scorekeepers, Team Moms and Assistants of any kind)
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball ByLaws
Click here for the Bourne Youth Girls Softball Travel Team/Club ByLaws
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