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Southern Region Provincial (U12P/U14-U19A/AA) Tryout Process and Player Intent 2020-21 season
Submitted By Jeff Young on Thursday, March 26, 2020
The Southern Region has a Tryout and Player Intent process that is to be followed for the Provincial level (U12P/U14-U19A/AA) teams and players for the upcoming season. 

Intent-to-Tryout Forms

  • All Southern Region players intending to try out for any A or AA Provincial level teams (including their "home" association team) are required to complete the online form which will close April 5, 2020.
  • Players who do not know their RAMP number may ask their current coaches/team manager for their player information from this past season
  • The form is located at the following link:
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