‘Softball Coaching Clinic by Zenon Winters’ by Singapore Baseball and Softball Association (SBSA)

Time: 21 March 2020 (Saturday), 6.30pm to 9.30pm and 22 March 2020 (Sunday), 2pm to 6pm

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‘Softball Coaching Clinic by Zenon Winters’ by Singapore Baseball and Softball Association (SBSA)

(For NROC Softball coaches)


This workshop is targeted at Softball coaches with minimally few years of coaching experience in schools. It will cover areas such as building a team, where the speaker will share strategies and coaching philosophies for medium and long-term success. He will also share basic to advance drills to acquire skills such as batting, fielding and catching. The field session will cover this in greater depth and provide insight into the mental aspect and reading the game as offence and defence, which are commonly used at elite levels, but can also be applied in school teams.

Participants should come in sports attire, and bring along the following items:

  • Writing materials
  • Glove and bottled water (for the field session)

About the Presenter

This workshop will be presented by Mr Zenon Winters. Zenon has been playing softball for 32 years all around the world and represented the Australian Men’s team for 17 years. He was part of the 2009 team that won the World Men’s Championships where he played a major role as the team’s 3rd batter. He also represented the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) in the Australian Men’s Open Nationals, winning the title 6 times. Zenon is a regular in the ISC (International Softball Congress) circuit, where the best players in the world participate, and has made its All-World team 3 times from 2017 to 2019. He has won multiple MVP and batting awards as a player – most notably the Softball Australia Player of the Year Award in 2013.

Zenon began coaching 17 years ago and successfully coached Under-16 and Under-19 state teams to state titles. He was also a satellite coach for the Australian U19 team. In 2012, he started the A to Z Softball Academy with Adam Folkard (World No 1 pitcher) and worked with a range of athletes from beginners to international elite players. While his specialty is in batting, Zenon has much to offer in the other parts of the game. Most recently, he was the High Performance Director for Softball in Indonesia where he worked with the National Teams and development of softball in its provinces..

Date and Time

  • Classroom session: 21 March 2020 (Saturday), 6.30pm to 9.30pm
  • Field session: 22 March 2020 (Sunday), 2pm to 6pm 


21 March 2020 (Saturday), 6.30pm to 9.30pm

Team Nila Room

Level 1, Sport Singapore

3 Stadium Drive

Singapore 397630


22 March 2020 (Sunday), 2pm to 6pm

Farrer Park Field

3 Rutland Road

Singapore 218254


  • NROC Provisional coaches or non-NROC coaches – S$80.00 per pax
  • Full NROC coaches or coaches who have applied for Technical Accreditation (held on 22 or 29 March 2020) - FREE
  • Non-NROC coaches who are not Singapore Citizens or PR - $200.00 per pax

CCE Hours

  • Classroom session – 2.5 hours
  • Field session – 2.5 hours

Coaches who attend both classroom and field sessions will receive up to 5 CCE hours.



Please note that the provision of publicity and recognition of CCE hours for the above courses/workshops/seminar is purely informative and coaches are advised to select their choice of CCE courses/workshops/seminars best suited for their learning needs. Sport Singapore does not have direct regulatory powers over the organisers delivering the publicised courses/workshops/seminars.

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