We realize that the last thing on people’s mind right now is Little League Baseball, but in case you were wondering if there’s going to be a baseball season this year, we thought we would send out a short notice of where we’re at as a league and what our plan is going forward.
Currently, like the vast majority of sports organizations around the world, our little league baseball is on pause and will remain so until such time as the Covid19 emergency is lifted. If you check our web site (http://www.panationals.com/), you’ll notice that effective April 14 our on-line registration system will be operational and players wanting to register can do so at your leisure. If, in the next few weeks, or month we get the go ahead to start our baseball season, we plan to start with games immediately. We have decided to suspend our All-Star Programme for this year and will focus our full attention to the completion of our regular season. With the suspension of our all-star programme we can then extend the season into July or Aug if need be. Again, this extension of the season is dependent on the provincial authorities giving the go ahead to have large gatherings.
In the event we are forced to cancel the season because of the Covid19, parents will be notified and all players’ registration fees will be refunded in full.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE EXCLUSION
(For use on liability policies)
1. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary within this policy, this policy does not cover all actual or alleged loss, liability, damage, compensation, injury, sickness, disease, death, medical payment, defence cost, cost, expense or any other amount, directly or indirectly and regardless of any other cause contributing concurrently or in any sequence, originating from, caused by, arising out of, contributed to by, resulting from, or otherwise in connection with a Communicable Disease or the fear or threat (whether actual or perceived) of a Communicable Disease.
2. For the purposes of this endorsement, loss, liability, damage, compensation, injury, sickness, disease, death, medical payment, defence cost, cost, expense or any other amount, includes, but is not limited to, any cost to clean-up, detoxify, remove, monitor or test for a Communicable Disease.
3. As used herein, a Communicable Disease means any disease which can be transmitted by means of any substance or agent from any organism to another organism where:
3.1. the substance or agent includes, but is not limited to, a virus, bacterium, parasite or other organism or any variation thereof, whether deemed living or not, and
3.2. the method of transmission, whether direct or indirect, includes but is not limited to, airborne transmission, bodily fluid transmission, transmission from or to any surface or object, solid, liquid or gas or between organisms, and
3.3. the disease, substance or agent can cause or threaten bodily injury, illness, emotional distress, damage to human health, human welfare or property damage.
17 April 2020
ONLINE registration Opening APRIL 14th, 2020!!
* Registration has been moved to April 14th and is subject to change regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic
We will post updates regarding registraiton here. Thank You
Evaluation Dates Cancelled until further notice.
NOTE: Please use main doors, not the clinic doors when entering the LU Hangar.
Location: George Burke Park Clubhouse off of Balmoral Avenue.
For info call Danny Nucci 344-1632.
|T Ball||Coach Pitch||Minor||Major|
|Ages 4 thru 6||Ages 7 & 8||Ages 8 thru 10||Ages 11 & 12|
|Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays||Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays|
For info call Danny Nucci 344-1632.
|Bantam OBA||Midget OBA|
|Ages 13 thru 15||Ages 16 thru 18|