A letter is to be sent to the President of the KWMLA, outlining the request for release and the reason why you, “the applicant” feel it should be granted.
Also, the applicant is required to complete section one (Parent/Guardian/Player) on the Ontario Lacrosse Association’s (OLA) Release Request Form – Box and/or Field and submit the form to the KWMLA along with a $25.00 cash player release fee per release, this fee is non-refundable.
Any requests will not be accepted prior to February 15th, 2022 of said year or as outlined by the OLA in that playing year. A request for a player release will only be accepted once the player is registered with KWMLA for the current season, including paying all dues and fees, including the $25.00 cash player release fee. There will also be the non-refundable OLA registration fee required at the time of registration.
Once received you will be notified within 72 hours of receipt of the request, you will be notified within 10 days of the decision and if a hearing is necessary.
Any questions please contact KWMLA President at email@example.com
A full refund (-$50.00 administration fee) will be issued upon written request up to March 30, 2020.
Upon registering there is a $30 non-refundable OLA registration fee. This is collected by the OLA at the time of registration.
A 50% refund will be issued upon written request until April 15, 2020.
NO refunds will be issued after April 15, 2020.
Fall Field Registrations - A full refund (-$50.00 administration fee) will be issued upon written request up to Sept 5, 2020
MEDICAL REFUND POLICY
A full or pro-rated (if the season has started) refund will be issued upon written request when accompanied by a medical doctor's note minus the administration fee.
Refunds will not be given after the season is over. Refunds may take up to 180 days to process.
ALL REQUESTS MUST BE IN WRITING.
Please send refund requests to firstname.lastname@example.org and this will be presented at the Monthly Executive Meeting.
The Junior Teams affiliated with KW Minor Lacrosse by residency may call up minor players on a game by game basis. The following policies apply to this process.
This policy will give all players the opportunity to gain experience in the skills required to transition to the appropriate level of Junior lacrosse while protecting the rights of the team where they are currently registered. It also protects the rights of the players who are currently registered on the Junior teams.
There can be no exceptions to this policy except by Board approval.
All members of the KW Minor Lacrosse Association under the age of 18 must have a certified helmet and mask at all times when on the arena floor.