If there’s no snow or it’s too cold to make snowballs, we will used deflated tennis balls wrapped with duct tape. They fall flat like snowballs and the duct tape keeps them from getting wet. It’s not as fun as snowballs but the game is still fun to play!
Spring/summer 2019 Casual details:
- Wednesday nights
- Games at 6 p.m. or 7 p.m.
- May 15-Aug. 7
- At Lakeview Church
The first game of the season is on Wednesday, May 15, and games run every week until Aug. 7. The last two games of the season are playoff games, and won’t appear on the schedule until after the last regular season game is played.
See our shop for current team and singles pricing.
Yes! For singles, early bird registration is $75, and after April 15, it goes up to $85. That’s only about $6-$7 per game! We’ll either find a team for you to play on, or build a draft team, depending on how many registrants we get.
If you take on single players, not only do you get to meet new people, you also get a refund to help with your team fees!
For our Casual dodgeball league, all levels of play are welcome, especially beginners! Advanced players are also welcome, just make sure you keep it light. Our Competitive dodgeball league is only for experienced players who want to take the game to the next level.
The winning team gets a Play Sask champions T-shirt that changes every season! And we believe in spreading the love with prizes — we’re also lining up swag for best spirit. Plus, keep an eye out for random giveaways throughout the season.
Having fun is our number one priority, and we also believe in providing great equipment (high quality, and replaced often), satisfactory facilities, and awesome customer service. Get in touch with us any time if you have concerns.
Games are scheduled for every Sunday at either 1:30 p.m. or 2:30 p.m. at the Sports on Tap beach volleyball courts.
The first game of the season is on Sunday, May 19, and games run every Sunday until July 28. The last two games of the season are playoff games, and won’t appear on the schedule until after the last regular season game is played on Sunday, July 14.
Teams have six players on the field, with at least two people of the opposite gender, so we recommend nine to 12 people on the roster to make sure you have enough subs.
Play Sask’s focus on fun means we offer a casual, just for fun environment for our sports. All levels of play are welcome, especially beginners! Advanced players are also welcome, just make sure you keep it light.
Outdoor leagues run rain or shine unless there is standing water. Play Sask will inform captains of cancellations due to extreme weather two hours before the start of the first game. See the rest of our rain out policy in our policies and procedures.
Yes! For singles, early bird registration is $65, and after April 15, it goes up to $75. That’s only $6-$7 per game! We’ll either find a team for you to play on or build a draft team, depending on how many registrants we get.
Yes! Each of you should register as a single, and let us know in the comments that you’d like to stick with particular players. We’ll do our best to keep you together, and we’ll give you the option to take a refund if we have to split you up.
If a participant or team wants to cancel their registration, Play Sask will offer a full refund up to one week before the start of the season or event. After that time, fees are non-refundable.