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PRE-REGISTRATION FOR PLAYERS 2020-21

THE BLAZERS REALIZE WE ARE IN A DIFFERENT TIME BUT WANT TO BE PROACTIVE WITH OUR REGISTRATION.  WE ARE TAKING NAMES OF PLAYERS FOR THE COMPETITIVE PROGRAMS AND WE WILL USE THIS TO CONTACT INTERESTED PLAYERS THROUGH THE FALL AS THE BASKETBALL LANDSCAPE MAY CHANGE.

THE LINK TO THE APPLICATION FORM IS THE TITLE ABOVE.

COACHING APPLICATIONS 2020-21

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020-21 SEASON FOR ALL LEVELS OF BASKETBALL. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE REVIEWED BY THE EXECUTIVE. THE EXECUTIVE IF NECESSARY, WILL CONDUCT INTERVIEWS WITH CANDIDATES TO HELP CHOSE THE APPROPRIATE CANDIDATE FOR EACH TEAM.

There is no specific date for closing of taking applications but teams will be filled and announced when there has been suitable selections made. If there are multiple coaches applying for head coach role for one age level, executive members will conduct interviews to determine successful coaching applicants.

Reminder that taking your NCCP course but not getting certified is the same as not taking it all. We highly recommend getting certification done as these will play into the selection process.

THE LINK TO THE APPLICATION FORM IS THE TITLE ABOVE.

 

FOR RESULTS FROM ALL OUR TOURNAMENTS, SEE THE STACEY DALES PAST RESULTS PAGE

ROWAN’S LAW

In honor of the memory of Rowan Stringer, the last Wednesday of September starting this year has been dubbed Rowan’s Law Day, as a commemoration to raise awareness about concussions in sport. Rowan’s Law is now required to be acknowledged by parents, coaches and players.

#RowansLawDay  http://www.mtc.gov.on.ca/en/sport/rowans_law_day.shtml

Rowan’s Law requires all players under 26 years of age and all parents/guardians of players under 18 years of age and coaches to review Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources and OBA’s Concussion Policy and Code of Conduct on a yearly basis.

Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources, which can be found here (https://basketball.on.ca/coaching/concussion-resources/).

OBA’s Concussion Policy and Code of Conduct, which can be found here (https://basketball.on.ca/about-us/policies-and-procedures/concussion-policy-code-of-conduct/).

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