Overview Pro-League is designed to provide players with a high level coaching experience and enhanced match play. Players who would benefit from additional coaching, a higher level of coaching and / or opportunities associated with an additional match schedule are the targets of this program. The key objective is to provide opportunity and skill enhancement to as many players as possible.
Term of Membership Once selected into their teams, players will remain members of their franchise until they no longer meet the eligibility criteria of the program.
Program Outline Term 3, 2020 – programs for each franchise may be extended at the discretion of the individual coaching staffs. Team coaching and scouting staff for each franchise. Dedicated strength and conditioning staff. Minimum of three sessions per week.
Expert skills training sessions for each franchise with the first week dedicated to simulating professional spring training. Further expert skills sessions throughout the program. Dedicated weekly session for each franchise on strength and conditioning.
Minimum of six weeks (two/three games per week) of games per franchise.
Tuesdays – two team single game – two teams skills/s&c
Thursdays – two games involving all teams
Saturdays – each team plays one game and has a skills session
New Membership Cost and Inclusions
Game day costs – umpires, venue hire and match balls.
New players receive team cap, team training tee, team hoodie.
$450 ($400 for returning players)
Payment Date $200 non-refundable deposit paid at registration (via online portal) – balance due prior to commencement of program. Access portal via the Pro-League’s Facebook page.
League Age 16 years playing Senior League and trying out for your Senior League tournament team (charter).
League Age 17 or 18 years.
Players who age out of the program can be offered an extended membership at the discretion of the program’s on field coordinator.
Any member of the current season’s Women's Open State Team.
Players who are League Age 15 (and Senior League charter eligible) may nominate and may be used should the program’s capacity not be reached.
The program management reserves the right to add other criteria from year-to-year as needed.
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