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Released players from AAA centres interested in trying out for the Chiefs
Submitted By crobinsoncprb on Sunday, April 17, 2016
If a player has been released from their designated AAA center and would like to tryout out for the Chiefs, the Chiefs are required to have verification of the release.   

Players will need to contact the appropriate representative(s) from their designated AAA center responsible and obtain an executed F1 waiver.   

Please contact that coach of the team you are trying out for before attending tryouts. 

All players attending Chiefs tryouts pay the tryout fee of $125.00. We are not able to process cheques, debit or credit cards at registration. An ATM machine is available at Komoka Wellness Center.   

Players released from their designated AAA Center requiring Chiefs F1 release - NOT interested in trying out for a Chiefs team:

The Chiefs policy is to consult with the head coach before providing a F1 release to any player. Please contact Craig Robinson ([email protected]  519-608-3812) or Serge Babenko ([email protected] 226-448-8078) and then the applicable coach will be consulted.

Players will either be asked to attend Chiefs tryout's or be released and provided the F1 form. Players not asked to attend Chiefs tryouts will not be required to pay any fee's to obtain an F1 release from the Chiefs.    We appreciate that often time is of the essence in these situations and we will manage this process as quickly as possible.   
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