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Update on Playing Fees for 2020 Season

By March 27, 2020 No Comments

Adult Hockey League, Bantam League & Junior League:

Dear Members,

Since our announcement last week about the postponement of the beginning of the 2020 AIHA playing league season, we have received a number of enquiries regarding payments and instalment fees, and have compiled the below information to answer some of your questions.

During this time, we will continue to take direction from the NZ Government, Ministry of Health and NZ Sport. It is our intention to fully review the situation again in June to evaluate the resumption of the 2020 season and as such we do not expect any of our members to make any additional payments toward their 2020 playing fees during this time. Therefore, you are not required to pay any overdue or upcoming fees at present and you will not receive any overdue fee notices from us for these.

If you have already paid your fees either in part, or in full, do not worry! We have a complete record of everyone’s fees status and are currently working through things to see what options are available in regards to this.

We hope to have these options together shortly and will communicate them with you when we do.

Finally, AIHA’s Head Coach Justin Daigle, and General Manager A.J. Spiller are putting together ideas on how we can remain in contact and stay active together over the coming weeks. Keep an eye out for further announcements and communication on this in the very near future.

Thank you for your patience and understanding, we hope to have more information available soon.

Until then, be safe, and take care of everyone around you.

 

Super League & Learn to Play Programme:

Dear Members,

Since our announcement last week about the postponement of the beginning of the 2020 AIHA playing league season, and the suspension of our Learn to Play Programme, we wanted to provide you with an update in regard to Learn to Play cards and hired gear.

First, we want to reassure you that all Learn to Play cards will not expire over this time, they will be usable when we are back up and running.

Second, we ask that you take care of any gear that you may have borrowed from AIHA until we are able to resume our normal Learn to Play programme. Please keep the gear dry and in a safe place. There will be no further charges for hired gear until we start back up with Learn to Play.

Finally, AIHA’s Head Coach Justin Daigle, and General Manager A.J. Spiller are putting together ideas on how we can remain in contact and stay active together over the coming weeks. Keep an eye out for further announcements and communication on this in the very near future.

Until then, be safe, and take care of everyone around you.