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Howard Kobata- Softball Skills Clinics for Girl's Softball

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 03:18 AM

Sneaky Cleats '95 is proud to host: Howard Kobata Defensive Clinic on March 28th and 29th. Cost $75 per player for a total of 4hrs (2 hrs on Sat & 2 hrs on Sun) at Faulkner Park field 1 in Tyler. Please keep in mind that this clinic is NOT for beginners. The drills that will be taught are fast paced and focused driven.

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Catching, throwing, and fielding are fundamental skills that young players need to learn early in their careers, whether they are playing softball or baseball. Howard Kobata, who has over 20 years of experience as an accomplished fastpitch softball coach in California winning several national and state girl's fastpitch titles, brings his aggressive, defensive style of softball to your team and individual players. Now, you can learn defensive softball skills that will quickly make a difference on the field with your players. Howard Kobata's Defensive Softball clinic is designed for serious softball players. He will offer specific drills and techniques that build outstanding defensive softball players with skills that last a life-time. Howard is considered to be one of the nations top defensive clinicians.

Sessions are filling fast. Register online at: www.sneakycleats95.com

Immediate payment will secure your spot.

We have lined up a back up location in case of inclement weather.

For more information on his teachings: www.softballskills.com

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 09:24 PM

Is there a min age limit? have an 8 yr old but not a beginner. Plays league and tournament kid and coach pitch!
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