2020 Fall Ball Registration Information


Fall Ball Registration - Terms and Conditions

NO PAY - NO PLAY

A registration is not considered final and accepted until the registration fee is paid in full. (See also NSF Cheques and Refund Requests)

PLAYER REQUESTS

Historically BOMBA has tried to meet the individual requests of players to be on the same team as their friends or to have a specific coach. Our registrants, or the parents of our registrants, have expressed that they place a much greater value on team / division balance and consequently BOMBA WILL NOT attempt to meet individual player requests above the entry levels (Junior T-Ball, Senior T-Ball, and Junior Coach Pitch). Coaches / Managers will still be assured of having their child on the team they coach/manage.

REFUND POLICY

If for any reason you choose to withdraw your child from registration prior to the Fall Ball season commencement there will be a $50 processing fee subtracted from your refund. Any refund requested after season commencement will have a $50 processing fee deducted and 50% of the registration fee will be withheld to cover the costs incurred for uniforms, equipment, diamonds, umpires etc.  Season commencement is considered once players have been assigned to a team.

NSF CHEQUES

BOMBA will charge a $40 administration fee for NSF cheques. If a cheque is rejected at any time, the child is not considered registered until payment is received by BOMBA. 

NUMBER OF GAMES

Due to many factors, not the least of which is the current COVID-19 pandemic, BOMBA cannot guarantee the number of games your child will play. Other factors such as weather, diamond availability, number of registrants, umpire availability, holidays, or any other unforeseen issues such as power failure cutting off night lighting will all impact the number of games we can achieve

Fall Ball SEASON START AND FINISH DATES

It is BOMBA’s goal to start our season play from the middle of August to the middle of October  

PARENTS / GUARDIANS RESPONSIBILITIES

Parents/Guardians are responsible to ensure that a player is in good health and has sufficient medical coverage, over and above the minimal insurance provided to the Association.

Parents/Guardians are responsible to purchase and ensure that the player wears the appropriate protective gear (i.e. jock or jill), when participating in all athletic events.

FOOTWEAR

At all levels of House League play athletic running shoes are acceptable. Cleats are recommended for Rookie ball to Pee Wee.  Metal cleats may only be worn in Bantam and Midget.  

HELMETS

Helmet for all players are the responsibility of the Parent / Guardian to supply and are not to be shared.   

BASEBALL GLOVES

Baseball gloves for all players are the responsibility of the Parent / Guardian to supply. Catcher’s Equipment will be supplied by BOMBA, one set per team.

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