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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!”

Bourne Youth Girls Softball is a non-profit youth organization created to provide an opportunity for girls from Bourne in grades K through 12 to play softball. The objectives of the league are to develop skills and interest in the game of softball, as well as to promote teamwork and good sportsmanship. We strive to provide a positive environment in which the girls can learn the game and enjoy healthy athletic competition.

In order to help achieve these objectives, we have established three programs to accommodate the various age groups within the league. We provide an Instructional League for girls in K, 1st and 2nd grade, Minor League for grades 3 - 5, and Major League for girls in grades 6 - 8. We also offer a summer traveling program for 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U divisions. Use the links on the left to learn more about our programs and sponsors, find information for players and coaches, locate a field, or look up a league contact.








Docs & Forms



Bay State Sharks

Nicole Goulding Memorial Golf Tournament



Bourne Youth Girls Softball is open to all girls legally residing in the Town of Bourne who are in grades K through 12. We also allow players from other towns who attend a school in Bourne. Visit the programs page for more information about the various levels of play and the associated fees for each. Registration generally runs from mid-December or early January through the date of evaluations, usually the first or second weekend in March. You may print out a copy of the registration form and mail it, along with a check for the appropriate fee to the address listed on the form or register online. Click here to sign up

If you are interested in our program or have questions, please contact Glen Gifford, Director of Player and Coach Development, at or Erick Anderson, Travel Team Coordinator, at


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