Ken Naylor to Step Down as Softball Ontario House League Development Committee Chairperson

Published by Kyle Cormier

Published on September 6, 2017

TORONTO, ON – Softball Ontario and House League Development Committee Chairperson Ken Naylor, jointly announced today that Ken has stepped down from his role, when his term expired on August 30, 2017.

A champion for Softball in Ontario, Naylor was a member of the Softball Ontario Participation Committee since its inception. During his tenure on the committee, Naylor participated in the development of Blastball and Learn to Play in Ontario, as well as the creation of Softball Ontario’s Softball Association Fundamental Excellence (SAFE) Star Rating Program.

In addition to Naylor’s extensive work with Softball Ontario, he also was a member of Softball Canada’s Competition Review Working Group and Past-President of the Orleans Amateur Fastball Association.

Naylor continues to be a dedicated member of the softball community, as a Master Coach Developer for the Community Sport Stream, Master Evaluator, CSAP Learning Facilitator, and an active Competition-Introduction, Softball Coach.

Softball Ontario would like to thank Ken for his never-ending hard work and dedication to the development of Softball across Ontario.


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