The 2019 AIHA Learn to Play season kicks off next week at Avondale and Botany.
We’ve made some changes to the registration process, so please read about this below.
Term 1 Start Dates:
Avondale – Wednesday 13th February – On Ice at 5:30pm
Botany – Thursday 14th February – On Ice at 5:30pm
Full term dates can be found on our website – click here
All parents and players must register with AIHA for Learn to Play at the start of the season. Registration costs $20.00 and is valid for the entire 2019 calendar year.
How Do I Register for Learn to Play?
Registration for Learn to Play is done online. Simply fill out your details using the handy online form and then pay your $20.00 registration fee at the rink.
We strongly encourage you to complete your registration form online ahead of time, to avoid delays at the rink.
Fees & Payment Options:
Parents can purchase concession cards at the rate of $150.00 for 10 sessions or pay for sessions individually at the casual rate of $20.00 per session without a card. Concession cards will be available for purchase at both rinks – please ensure you turn up early to purchase your card. We will have EFTPOS, VISA and cash facilities available.
Please note, due to increasing credit card processing fees from our payment gateway provider, those who wish to pay via credit card will incur a 3.5% convinience fee, added to their total amount. EFTPOS and debit card transactions will not incur a fee.
All concession cards purchased in 2018 with leftover concessions will be valid for 2019.
Players can hire a range of gear for a fee of $30.00 per term (plus a refundable bond of $50.00). If you need to hire gear, please ensure you arrive early at the rink to find suitable gear for your child.
2019 U12 Super League:
More information about the 2019 Under 12 Super League season will be sent out in the coming weeks.
If you have any questions, or require more information please get in touch with the 2019 Learn to Play League Director, Sheree Anderson, ph: 027 617 8090 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org
That’s all from us – we hope you have a great 2019 Learn to Play Season!