Below you will find copies of this year’s Player Registration Forms, Sponsor Form, Coaches App and a few others.
First, PLAYER REGISTRATION FORMS.
Remember, your player’s age division is defined by how old they are on August 1st of this year.
Here is the age division break-down:
6&7 year olds in the 7U, – 7U FORM
8&9 year olds in the 9U, – 9U FORM
10&11 year olds in the 11U, – 11U FORM
12&13 year olds in the 13U – 13U FORM
14&15 year olds in the 15U – 15U FORM
If you are picking up new equipment for your player please see our Equipment Tips sheet.
The coaches application and background check needs to be filled out and completed for everyone that will be helping with the players during the games or practices. Just take it in-to the Roswell Police Department and have them run it through the system – takes about five minutes and there is no fee.
–RGSA Coaches App
Remember any checks made to the RGSA will be deposited into the RGSA account. If your sponsor wishes to provide you with more than the sponsorship fee listed on the form, make sure they make a check to the league and then one to your team.
– rgsa sponsor form
This form must be signed by the player and parents/guardians before the player is allowed to play. -RGSA Code of Conduct
Draft Skills Spreadsheet
If you are a coach and will be drafting your entire team or just need to pickup a few players to complete your roster here is a simple spreadsheet that may help. Along the left edge are the girls’ draft numbers. As each player works through the skills you rank their abilities on a scale of 1-3 (3 being the best). You will notice the “P.-3″ column in the center of the sheet. The “P.-3″ line is the “Parent Factor” and is a -3 points. This is for those sideline coaching parents that like to bark at the girls. We don’t mind cheers but yelling and negative comments don’t help the girls so we try our best to prevent any of that with our Sluggers. You may choose to not use this column while picking your team but for the Sluggers we try to keep those type of parents out of our bleachers.