Acton-Boxborough Boys Basketball: FALL TRAINING SESSIONS

Saturday, August 16

 2014 FALL TRAINING SESSIONS

GET READY FOR YOUR UPCOMING WINTER SEASONS!!

Five consecutive Sunday morning Pre-season training sessions for players in grades 2-9.

-Players grouped by age and ability

- Small group instruction in all facets of the game

- Conditioning stations: emphasis on agility and cardio training

- Outstanding staff of high school coaches w/ assistance from current players

- Use of the Shootaway Shooting & a Colonial Hoop T-shirt 

 

FIVE SUNDAYS FROM 10am-12pm at ABRHS: 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16.  

  • Open to boys & girls in grades 2-9 (some sessions are co-ed, others boys only: see note below for more info).
  • Register for all 5 sessions or individual sessions
  • Players who register for all 5 sessions receive Colonial Hoop T-shirt
  • Registration forms on the HANDOUT link on the left. 

 

COST FOR PROGRAM 

  • $150 for all five sessions (includes T-shirt)
  • $35 for individual sessions
  • Family discount: Deduct $10 per child (ie: 2 kids = $140 each).  Discount only applies to 5 session package
  • Fall League Players take $15 discount - Only applies to 5 session package.

Registration forms are available on the HANDOUTS link 

Any questions?...e-mail Coach Kilpatrick at colonialhoop@gmail.com or call (978) 264-4700 Ext. 3552.

 

COLONIAL HOOP REFERRAL PROGRAM:  Sign-up for either fall program (Fall League and/or Training Sessions) plus refer a new participant (player has never participated in any of our programs) and both can deduct $25 from their cost!  Just note one anothers' name on your registration forms.

 

REFUND POLICY: For refunds up to one week before the beginning of any Colonial Hoop Clinic program, there will be a $30 non-refundable registration/administration fee deducted from the refund.  For withdrawal within one week of the start of any program and beyond, there will be no refunds, but credits will be issued in some circumstances (minus the $30 registration fee.)  Withdrawals can include injuries and other extenuating circumstances.