Welcome to the 2019 Summer Season
Program Director: Lisa Zannese email@example.com
The Micro Division is an introduction to athletics and teamwork. The emphasis is
on individual physical development of basic balance, running, rolling,
jumping, and kicking skills. Each session ends with a short informal
scrimmage. Micro players have one session per week on Thursdays at 6:00
pm at their local community field. It is important to note that all coaches and assistants are
volunteers and every parent is expected to contribute. The coaches and
assistants will distribute a list of activities to be rotated among the
parents; bringing freezies, helping set-up, helping to put everything
away, etc. Parental participation in Micro is key to building a love of
sport in your child.
Coaches and Assistant Coaches:
If you have not yet done so, please consider
getting involved as a coach or assistant coach for your child’s team.
You don’t need to know the game; you just have to learn it faster than
the children. All coaches will be provided with lesson plans for each
session and all volunteers are invited to our Micro & U6 Team
Coaches Information Meeting. At the conference a professional coach will
demonstrate the equipment and provide pointers for running successful
practices. If you’re not sure, why not contact the division coordinator,
send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carp: Mid Field/(Mini 3 & 4) Constance Bay - Micro Field Corkery - Mini 3
Dunrobin - Mini 1 Fitzroy Harbour - Mini 1 Kinburn - Mini A - closest to Kinburn Side Road
Coaches Information Meeting:
- Location: West Carleton Amateur Sports Club (above the arena in Carp)
Code of Conduct: All players, parents and spectators are required to abide by the WCSC Code of Conduct.
Jewellery: No item of
jewellery of any sort will be allowed on the field of play, even if it
is taped. This includes but is not limited to necklaces, rings,
bracelets, earrings, leather or rubber bands or visible body piercings.
Loose beaded hair is also not permitted unless tied back or covered by a
net. This rule follows Law 4 issued by the Canadian Soccer Association
and is in place to ensure the safety of everyone on the field. Please,
DO NOT GET YOUR CHILD ANY PIERCING DURING THE SOCCER SEASON, THEY WILL
NOT BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH STUDS IN.
Players notifying email@example.com before May 10 will receive a full refund
less a $10 administration fee. After May 10, the Club may provide a
pro-rated refund if a player must cease playing for medical reasons. A
doctor's statement may be required.
Page revised: February 2019
FYI 2019 T-ball days: