How It Works

CLUB SEASON

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OCTOBER TO SPRING/EARLY SUMMER

The club season continues into April, May or June, depending on each team’s age-range and skill level. Some local tournaments are just one-day events. Other tournaments often last two days (Saturday & Sunday,) but may also be longer and include Thursdays, Fridays and/or Mondays.

We plan to keep our club’s tournament schedule mostly local, attempting to stay in north Georgia, but perhaps visiting a neighboring state, if we choose. Ultimately, we want to keep costs down as much as possible while also playing in quality tournaments.

TEAM SIZE

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Being a 2nd year club, we want to fill 6-to-8 teams consisting of approximately 10 players each. The ages of the teams will be determined by how much interest we receive from each age group.

PRACTICES

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We aspire to have our own facility in the near future. For now practices will be held:

  • Sundays at Mountain View High School or Twin Rivers Middle School
  • Mondays and/or Thursdays at Lawrenceville First Baptist Church
  • Central Gwinnett High School (Exact schedule TBD)

(Exact times TBD)

AGES

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Girls 11 years to 18 years

TOURNAMENTS

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We expect to enter our teams into 7 – 8 tournaments, most of which will be local (Atlanta, Dalton, Forest Park) but may also include “drive-able” cities, like Chattanooga, Gatlinburg, or Birmingham. The exact schedule will be finalized once the individual teams are determined.

COST

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Pick up a brochure at one of our events, or you can call or email for pricing. 770.601.2911

1 Open Gym

The club season kicks-off every Fall with several OPEN GYM dates, where players & parents can meet the coaches and get a general ‘feel’ for the club’s environment.

2 Training for Tryouts

Following the last OPEN GYM there are 2 – 3 nights for TRAINING FOR TRYOUTS, which is exactly what it sounds like — the athletes train hard for the upcoming club team tryouts.

3 Tryouts

TRYOUTS are then conducted over two evenings. Coaches & directors evaluate each player’s strengths, weaknesses, coach-ability, etc., to determine which team each player should be on. Generally, an invitation to join a particular team is made that day, and the parents & athlete have a few days to contemplate all offers from whichever clubs they have tried out.

4 Commitment Night

At COMMITMENT NIGHT athletes & parents sign the contracts expressing their desire and willingness to play and the initial installment payment is made.

After COMMITMENT NIGHT teams begin practicing at their scheduled days/times, working towards being very competitive when the tournaments begin in January.

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