2021 Summer Sports Registration Form (Ripley Minor Baseball)

Print 2021 Summer Sports Registration Form
Fill out all parts of form including Rowan's lawn and payment to complete your 2021 summer sports registration. If you have any questions, or are unable to make an online payment please contact the recreation department at (519)395-2909 or [email protected]
  1. Example: [email protected] Your submission will be sent to this address.
  2. Example: ###-###-####
  3. Example: ###-###-####
  4. Please select one.
  5. Identify team preference and list qualifications if any.
Player Information
  1. RadDatePicker
    Open the calendar popup.
  2. Birth registration number is found on the birth certificate and starts with the year of birth, ie. 2006-05-007245
  3. $10 fee to be paid at the beginning of season.
  4. Select appropriate Baseball team according to players age group. *Blast-ball and T-Ball age groups do overlap, if it is your players first year, we suggest blast-ball.
  5. Select age appropriate team (Note Blast Ball is a combination of soccer and baseball, but listed under the baseball category)
  6. Photos may be on Huron Kinloss and Ripley Minor Ball websites, social media and news paper.
OBA Tryout
For Mosquito or Peewee. If interested in your Child playing on an OBA Team please select the check box
  1. Check if Interested... an additional fee will apply to players that make OBA teams
  1. As parent/guardian I agree to allow the applicant named to participate in Ripley Minor Baseball and/or Soccer Program with the knowledge that all players in the association will be covered under the Ontario Minor Baseball Association "Liability & Accident Coverage Policy".

    Late register policy: Players who register after March 31st will be subject to a $50.00 late fee.

    Refund Policy: Refund Policy; 100% refund if notified by April 30th, 50% by May 31. No refunds after May 31.

    Equipment Requirements:
    Baseball players are required to provide their own helmet, grey baseball pants/belt, glove, baseball shoes (no metal cleats allowed). RMBA provides all players with jersey to be used for season (hats may be purchased for $10).

    Soccer players are required wear appropriate footwear (soccer cleats), black shorts, black socks and shin pads.  Ripley Minor Soccer will provide Jerseys to be used for the season.*Note, Tim-Bit players are provided with socks, shorts and jerseys to keep*

    *A $50 Uniform deposit will be collected at the beginning of the season for all soccer and baseball registrants* 

    By Registering my Child I agree to follow the Code of Conduct as set out by RMBA. The full Code of Conduct is available on our website under Online Libraries.
Select both baseball and soccer teams for this player (if player is not playing one of the sports select "None" in that field). Selections will be added up and instructions for payment will be available once the form is submitted.
  1. Select Team Child is registered in
  2. Select Soccer Team (if none, select "none")
  1. Rowan’s Law Day was established in 2018, and is observed across Ontario on the last Wednesday in September each year. The purpose of Rowan’s Law Day is to increase concussion education awareness amongst athletes in the province.

    At 17 years of age, Rowan Stringer died tragically, in May 2013 as the result of head injuries she sustained while playing rugby. In the week before her last game, Rowan was hit twice while playing, likely sustaining a concussion after each blow. Her concussions went unreported, and she continued to play. When she was hit again in her final game, Rowan suffered what is known as Second Impact Syndrome—catastrophic swelling caused by a second injury to a brain still healing from previous trauma. Rowan collapsed on the field on May 8, 2013, and died four days later. 

    The Province of Ontario passed Rowan’s Law to protect all youth athletes in Ontario through mandatory education and awareness. Regulations under Rowan’s Law require that all players (and their parents if under 18) review mandatory educational materials and code of conduct prior to registering for their sport and that coaches and umpires also complete the same review on an annual basis.  

    To learn more about how Baseball Ontario is making this happen you can visit https://bit.ly/2l6cydV 

    Baseball Ontario encourages you to learn about concussions and how to keep yourself and the athletes in your family safe. A number of educational resources are available through the:
    Ontario Concussion Web Portal:   http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/public/programs/concussions/

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