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NSWBUA - ABF Level O, Introduction to Umpiring

  • 01 Jul 2012
  • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Corbin Reserve, Pye Road, Quakers Hill

Registration

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Level O   -   Orientation to Umpiring

This course will introduce you to the responsibilities, skills and rules of baseball umpiring. Instruction will be by ABF Instructors to the standards required by the Australian Baseball Federation. There is no assessment, however there will be some practical instruction during which participants will be introduced to umpiring techniques.

This course is the minimum level of training our umpires should have to officiate at our games. At completion of the course participants will be registered with the Level O qualification.

Players and parents are encouraged to attend this course. Players 12 yrs and older are encouraged to attend.

VENUE:

Corbin Reserve

Pye Road    

Quakers Hill

NSW



DATES:
       sunday 1st July, 2012 October 2011
       9.15am Registration for a 9:30am start
.

COST:
       $35.00 per person (Includes ABF Rule)

REQUIREMENTS:       
No special equipment required.Participants will be involved in some light physical activity. Please wear comfortable clothing which will allow for some running, bending etc.

REGISTRATION and PAYMENT:
All attendees must register individually  through "Main Individual Registration".

Quakers Hill members may register using the payment code given to the Club.

Click the "Register" button to register. Where payment is required, you will require either a Paypal Account or Credit Card to complete registration.

If you have to return to complete registration or payment, please ignore the warning about duplicate registration. The same email address may be used for multiple registrations.

Registrations will close June 27.

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