Player Releases and Tryout Permission for the 2020 Baseball Season, News (Corunna Minor Baseball)

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Sep 04, 2019 | Web Admin | 1012 views
Player Releases and Tryout Permission for the 2020 Baseball Season
Attention Parents & Players:

Players wishing to tryout for another Centre's REP/OBA teams for the 2020 season will require a release from Corunna Minor Athletic Association.

In accordance with WCBA/OBA, all players are required to Register with their home centre before releases will be granted.  


Since our registration does not begin until October, Corunna Minor may provide a Permission to Practice/Tryout form found under the "For Parents" tab located in the menu bar. 
 
This form, usually intended to be used when a centre is deciding what teams to field in what divisions, will afford the recipient the opportunity to attend a tryout with another centre.  This tryout form is only valid for the centre requested on the form and multiple forms will not be permitted.  All successful tryouts will typically result in the player needing a release from CMAA. 

Should a player not be successful, they may return home to participate in Corunna Minor Tryouts.  This is also true of actual releases.

If your player wishes to attend multiple tryouts they may seek out to be released outright, but both releases and tryout permissions will be handled on a case by case basis with preference given to those members trying out for a higher classified centre such as Sarnia or Chatham.

Once Corunna Minor has stated in writing to the WCBA Secretary what 2020 teams will be fielded, all players will be required to register with CMAA.

Player Release Form
Permission to Practice/Tryout Form

Please note that CMAA reserves the right to approve or deny all requests.  It is our goal to have all resident players wear the blue and gold with pride and strive to keep the highest level of baseball in our community.  For this reason, along with the form, please send an email stating your reasons and intentions to the President of the Association by clicking HERE  

Players can appeal denied requests to the Western Counties Board of Directors.

Thank you, good luck to all and keep checking our feeds for 2020 registration information.





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