Youth Spring Season 2018
Fall Season 2017Updated Friday January 12, 2018 by OBHL - Fifty Point.
OBHL Fifty Point Youth Individual Spring 2018 Registration Information:
The OBHL Youth Ball Hockey League at Fifty Point is for Boys and Girls of all ages and
skill to Get Outside, Play Ball Hockey and Have FUN!
Its our 9th year at Fifty Point and we look forward to another fair, fun and exciting season.
Here children get outdoors, get exercise and have fun in a beautiful and relaxing setting inside Fifty Point Conservation Area. The park and beach is uniquely located at Fifty Road and the QEW on the Grimsby-Stoney Creek Border!
So if you are just picking up a stick for the first time or you are looking to keep your hockey skills tuned up and want tons of FUN, then Register Today to Play!
When and Where to Register?
Register Online Anytime by clicking on the "Register Online" button on the home page.
Or come to the Rink Office to register in person. Fifty Point office is open Wednesday 630 to 9pm and
Sunday 230 to 5pm until march, in march we are open most days of the week (see schedules)
Seasons to Play:
Spring Season (After March Break to June)
Summer Season (June through August)
Fall Season (September through November)
Youth League Fees:
REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE!!
Youth Early Bird Registration Fee: $123.89 + HST = $140 (until Jan 31st)
Youth Regular Registration Fee: $132.74 + HST = $150 (Feb 1st - 28th)
Youth Late Registration Fee: $141.59 + HST = $160 (Mar 1st - Mar 18th)
Registration Deadline Sunday March 18th
Season Scheduling and Start Up:
Spring Season will Start March 31st with the possibility of evaluations after the 18th. Time to be determined and
notice will go out one week prior. The Season Scheduling will typically consist of 1 to 2 games per week.
The schedule will be broken down to weekday and weekend games. Players will play a weekday at
6 or 7pm then maybe a weekend game in the same week. The amount of weekday and weekend games
are broken up evenly for all teams in your division. Practice time is free and optional and is booked
by the coach or team volunteer.
We recommend teams take advantage of the free practice time when it is available!
NOTE: These are the time slots only...you will play once or twice a week in these slotted times. The
amount of slots used all depends on the amount of registrations and amount of teams we get which
varies from season to season.
Rookie Program Ages +3: go to OBHL-Rookies Page
Youth 6-8 Division: Monday and/or Wednesdays at 6pm and/or Saturday Mornings.
Youth 9-11 Division: Tuesday and/or Thursday at 6 or 7pm and/or Saturday Mornings.
Youth 12-14 Division: Monday and/or Wednesday at 6 or 7pm and/or Sat Afternoon.
High School Division: Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm and/or Sat Afternoon.
Youth 6-8 years old
Youth 9-11 years old
Youth 12-14 years old
Age of divisions are slightly flexible in regards to where your birth date lines up with the current season and school grade. But players can be moved up or down based on their size and skill level.
Player trades and balancing of teams are likely to occur to keep the league as fun as possible for everyone!
Match with ONE Friend or Sibling:
Players can pick ONE friend OR a family member to play with.
Complete the necessary fields on the registration form to add 1 friend or sibling name.
BUT your match must add YOU to be successfully matched up.
Note: Chain game matching will be deleted from the system so any special request you must add to comments box or
best to enter a team into the OBHL Youth All Star League.
Tim Horton's, THANK YOU! Again for 2018 Tim Horton's is the league's #1 sponsor for the Youth League!
There is other opportunity for local sponsors to assist in our youth, high school and men's divisions.
Jersey's, board ads, and online resources are a way for sponsors to promote to the community.
For more information please email the President email@example.com
Coaches are a very important part of youth ball hockey. The league takes all the administration work away from coaches so they can enjoy their time encouraging the children and acting as a positive role model. Promoting a positive environment and teaching sportsmanship, respect, and having fun are most important.
Games are played in the light rain. But games may be canceled in extreme weather such as: heavy rain,
thunder, lightning, high winds, rain with low temperatures etc. If a game is cancelled we will email the primary address.
Mandatory Equipment 18yrs and Younger:
-helmet with full face protection
-jock or jill strap
-elbow pads (recommended but not mandatory)
-water bottle or drink (Water and Gatorade available for sale onsite)
League President Ryan Anderson at: firstname.lastname@example.org