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NEW - SHA Rep Team Try Out Policy Update
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Friday, March 20, 2015
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MD Tryouts will be held directly after A/AA Tryouts which are scheduled for May 2015 for the 2015-2016 Season.  Details to follow!!

SHA Policy on rep team try outs has been updated just in time for the upcoming season.  Tryouts are scheduled to commence in May 2015 for the 2015-2016 season.

Of special note (section 3.03):
All players hoping to obtain a roster spot on a representative team must attend the A/AA tryout sessions for that level.  A player that is offered a roster spot but refuses, will be reassigned to house league and is not allowed to try out at the MD level.  Only if released by the A/AA coach, may the player then tryout for the MD team.



No player may be affiliated to the A/AA and MD teams without having attended the A/AA tryouts.

Players must attend tryout sessions.  Exemption from tryouts will only be granted due to illness, injury or other circumstances and must be requested of the coach and SHA Tryout committee.  The committee is not obligated to grant any exemption requests.

Click SHA Polices, Procedures and Regulations to read the policy in its entirety.
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