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IFHCK is holding open tryouts for the Elite Club 2012-2013 Indoor Season. Event registration is online, so click on the links to register. Additional information about IFHCK Elite Club and Premier Club is attached for your review. The trial is the only path to enter into the Indoor Elite Club Program in 2012-2013. The indoor season runs from December to the beginning of March.
Premier Club vs. Elite Club Program? Elite Club Program is a travel program for the committed athletes in U12 / U14, U16, U19 who attend yearly trials and are selected by the IFHCK selection committee (IFHCK directors, coaches, collegiate coaches and experts) to compete at tournaments; local, regional and national (if qualified). A minimum 2 years of indoor experience (on indoor surface) is required to be eligible for the trials. The Premier Club Program is an open enrollment program, no trial is required. The Premier club registration is open to anyone who wants to improve their field hockey skills, decision making skills and have the desire to excel and prepare for the Elite Club trials in the future. Registration will be opened till all the spots are filled in U 8 /U10 /U12, U14, U16 and U19 age groups.What are the cost and the schedule for Premier Club and / or Elite Club (if selected): The information is available on our web site under �programs� www.ifhckfieldhockey.com or per request: email@example.comWhere: IFHCK Indoor Training Center-13026 Forest Centre Ct. Louisville KY 40223When / Times: You only need to attend one trial. Each trial dates only 30 -35 players will be accepted!U-16: Sat 11/3 option 1: 9-11 am, option 2: 11:30-1:30U16: Sun 11/4 option 3: 9-11 am, Make-up: TBD at a later dateU19: Sat 11/3 option 1: 2-4 pm, Sun 11/4 option 2: 11:30-1:30 pmU14 / U12: Sun 11 /4 option 1: 1:45-3:15 pm, Sun 11/4 option 2: 3:30-5 pm, Make-up: TBD at a later date Elite Club Trial Register: Trial Cost: $30.00 if pre-registered before September 28th. After September 28th is $40.00.Deadline: Oct 15, 2012Can you explain the age cut off or U19, U16, U14, U12�.: An athlete's age on December 31of that given year determines what age group the athlete will be in for the following year. For example if the athlete is 15 on December 31 and turn 16 on January 1 they remain in the U16 division. Again the age of the athlete on December 31 determines their age grouping for the following year.Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org |502-802-6048 Phone