2020 Asahi Fall Oval Training
The Asahi Baseball Association is pleased to announce the 2020 Fall Training sessions every Sunday from October 18th to November 30th at the Richmond Oval. Asahi COVID-19 Safety Protocols are in effect (will be sent via email & posted on the website). The focus of Fall Training will be fundamentals and conditioning.

The session times are:
8:30AM - 10:00AM TadPole / Shortened Mosquito [2010 - 2013]
10:15AM - 12:15PM Mosquito [2010 - 2011]
12:30PM - 2:30PM PeeWee [2008 - 2009]
2:45PM - 4:45PM Bantam [2006 - 2007]
5:00PM - 7:00PM Travel Team Prep / Bantam* [2005 - 2006]

The cost of the 7-week program is $210.00 per player, except the Tadpole and Shortened Mosquito is $160.00 per player which includes an Asahi mask.

We are looking at a maximum of 20 players per session and will be following the Asahi Return to Play safety protocols (Phase 3). To read more about it, you can view it here:

https://www.asahibaseball.com/return-to-play-information.html

All the waiver forms will need to be handed in on the first day of practice if the player hasn't participated in any Asahi programs in Fall 2020.

To register, you MUST be a current member (paid the 2020/21 Membership Fee) and have all your Membership Registration documents (Membership form and Code of Conduct forms) completed.

Important: YOUR SPOT IS NOT SECURED UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. Payment can ONLY be made by credit card online on our website, in the "Members Only" section of our website. Payment by e-transfer will not be accepted.

*Depending on the number of players that register in each division and the player's skill level, some players may be asked to move to a different division and time at the Club's discretion.
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Asahi Membership
In order to register for Asahi Fall Oval training, you must have a valid Asahi Baseball Annual Membership that is valid to March 31, 2021 .

You need to:
- Pay for the membership
- Complete the registration form, player's and parent's code of conduct
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