2020 Registration (Strathroy Minor Baseball Association)

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    Player Information
    Please fill out all information below with as much detail as possible.
    1. Please include city/town
    2. Example: ###-###-####
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      Open the calendar popup.
      Example: October 31, 2006
    4. Example: [email protected] Your submission will be sent to this address.
    5. Please pick yes whether you are interested in head coaching or assistant coaching.
    6. Allowed extensions: .jpeg, .jpg, .png, gif, .pdf, .doc, .docx.
      Maximum # Files: 1. Maximum File Size: 4MB.
    1. Payment must be made using e-transfer to [email protected] - password BALL2020

      Family Discount of $10 per player starting with 2nd child.
    Divisions By Age as of Dec 31, 2020
    All fees include a $25.43 Sports and Recreation User Fee that goes directly to the Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc. Competitive players will be required to purchase league approved pants.
    1. Please choose the division based on the age that your child will be at the end of this year.
    2. Please use password BALL2020 and send to [email protected]
    3. If this is your first/only child registered in ball please answer Yes - 2nd and more please answer No


    1. Most teams will have practices on Saturdays during the day - diamond time is limited, saturdays are what is available currently for practices.
    2. Refunds will be applied at the following rates:
      50% refund until March 31, 2020.
      No refunds will be applied after March 31, 2020.

    3. Consent to Participate:
      I, the undersigned parent or legal guardian of the registering player, do hereby agree that the minor may participate in the activities of the Strathroy Minor Baseball Association and will adhere to its rules and regulations.  I understand that it is my responsibility to keep the team management advised of any changes to the information supplied above as soon as possible, and in the event no one can be contacted, team management will admit my child to the hospital if deemed necessary.  I hereby authorize the physician and nursing staff of any Emergency Unit to undertake examination, investigation, and necessary treatment of my child.  I hereby release and discharge Strathroy Minor Baseball Association, any member of its executive, and any liability resulting from injury, harm, damage, or loss suffered or caused as a result of participation with Strathroy Minor Baseball Association.
    4. Code of Conduct

      1. Do NOT coach your child from the stands.  Do not interfere with the Coach's instruction.
      2.  Abusive and foul language is NOT permitted.
      3. I will emphasize skill development with my son or daughter and agree to practice hardball on a weekly basis.
      4. Conduct of an guests of parents is the responsibility of the parent/guardian whose child will participate on the team.  Please think twice before saying something critical.
      5.  This is an elite baseball program.  I will do my part to have my player attend all practices, tournaments/scrimmages, and fundraisers at the designated time.
      6.  Reinforce and remind your son or daughter to honour the player's code of conduct they are bound to uphold.
      7.  I will make sure my son or daughter remains in the dugout and/or on the bench when he or she is not in the game, and to cheer their teammates.
      8.  I will remember that children participate in sports to have fun and that the game is for youths, not adults.
      9.  I will inform the coaches of any ailment, injury, or physical disability that may affect the safety of the child or the safety of others.
      10.  I will not openly complain about or, bring up, team issues or my displeasure about other players in front of my son or daughter, other players, or team parents.
      11. I will respect the officials and their authority during the games and will never question, discuss, or confront the coaching staff after the game.  I will take the time to speak with the coaches at an agreed time or place.
      12.  I will teach my child to play by the rules and to understand the concept of what it means to be a team player.
      13.  I will demand that my child treat other players and coaches, officials, and spectators with respect regardless of race, creed, colour, ability, or difference of opinion.
      14.  I will learn the rules and policies of the team, and of the game we play.
      15.  I will not yell at, criticize, or ridicule my child or any participant for making a mistake or losing a competition.
      16.  I will reinforce to my child not to ask the coaches during a game, scrimmage, or practice about playing time, batting order placement, starting or substitute status.  Should I have any questions concerning specific playing time, positions, and/or concerns regarding interest in specific areas of the game, I will discuss this matter with the coaches directly at the appropriate time and place.
      17.  I will praise my child for competing fairly and trying hard, and make my child feel like a winner.  Even after a loss or bad game.
      18.  I will teach my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility, verbal abuse, or violence.
      19.  I will not disrespect the property and equipment used at any sports facility.  This includes disposal of trash, restrooms, and parking lots.
      20.  NO alcohol or drug use is allowed at any games, scrimmage, or practice.
      21.  I will not force my child to play on the team if he or she does not want to.
      22.  It is understood that I may withdraw my player from the team at anytime upon written notice to the Head Coach.  No fees will be refunded.  Any uniforms or equipment must be returned to the organization upon request.  Unpaid items ordered prior to withdrawal are forgeited. 
      23.  ABSOLUTELY no form of abuse - sexual, physical, or verbal will be tolerated.

    5. CONCUSSION CODE OF CONDUCT!!

      ATHLETES & PARENTS/GUARDIANS
      (for athletes under 18 years of age)

      I will help prevent concussions by:
      Wearing the proper equipment for my sport and wearing it correctly.
      Developing my skills and strength so that I can participate to the best of my ability.
      Respecting the rules of my sport or activity.
      My commitment to fair play and respect for all (respecting other athletes, coaches, team trainers
      and officials).*
      I will care for my health and safety by taking concussions seriously, and I understand that:
      A concussion is a brain injury that can have both short- and long-term effects.
      A blow to my head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that causes the brain to move around inside the skull may cause a concussion.
      I don’t need to lose consciousness to have had a concussion.
      I have a commitment to concussion recognition and reporting, including self-reporting of possible concussion and reporting to a designated person when and individual suspects that another individual may have sustained a concussion.* (Meaning: If I think I might have a
      concussion I should stop participating in further training, practice or competition immediately, or tell an adult if I think another athlete has a concussion.)
      Continuing to participate in further training, practice or competition with a possible concussion increases my risk of more severe, longer lasting symptoms, and increases my risk of other injuries.
      I will not hide concussion symptoms. I will speak up for myself and others.
      I will not hide my symptoms. I will tell a coach, official, team trainer, parent or another adult I trust if I experience any symptoms of concussion.
      If someone else tells me about concussion symptoms, or I see signs they might have a concussion, I will tell a coach, official, team trainer, parent or another adult I trust so they can help.
      I understand that if I have a suspected concussion, I will be removed from sport and that I will not be able to return to training, practice or competition until I undergo a medical assessment by a medical doctor or nurse practitioner and have been medically cleared to return to training, practice or competition.
      I have a commitment to sharing any pertinent information regarding incidents of removal from sport with the SMBA with which the athlete has registered.* (Meaning: If I am diagnosed with a concussion, I understand that letting all of my other
      coaches know about my injury will help them support me while I recover.)
      I will take the time I need to recover, because it is important for my health.
      I understand my commitment to supporting the return-to-sport process.*

      I understand I will have to be medically cleared by a medical doctor or nurse
      practitioner before returning to training, practice or competition.
      I will respect my coaches, team trainers, parents, health-care professionals, and
      medical doctors and nurse practitioners, regarding my health and safety.
    Human Validation
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