Scorers Information and Templates Each club is required to submit a main game report contact person/s with email address and phone details. This information is required as soon as possible. Game reports are to be submitted online on the Google Spreadsheets provided.
Player Clearance and Registration Any player who has registered and played Baseball in Australia, requires a clearance to move from one club to another. The form is to be completed by all players requesting a Clearance to move clubs in WA or interstate. Queries can be directed to email@example.com the Operations Support Manager.
Charter Clearance Procedure Club Registrar to request transfers for players and the Operations Support Manager will notify the charter secretary and club when completed. Club clearance must be completed before charter clearance can begin.
Dual Registration Form This form is to be completed by the Clubs seeking permission for a player requesting for dual registration to play in the Regional / Metropolitan competition or to play in a competition for another club as it is not offered at your club. Juniors within the metro area may only dual register with a club in their charter.
Dispensation - league age 12 players only All players who are league age 12 must be selected to a Little League Major Division team, or Junior League team. Exceptions can only be made with written approval from the District Administrator, and only if approved by the local league and the parent/guardian of the players (See Regulation V [a].)
Dispensation - play more than 2 games Each application is considered individually based on the information supplied by the club. Permission to play more than two games per day should not be construed as being automatic.
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