Message from the Bulls GM-2017 Season, News (WOBA Bulls)

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Message from the Bulls GM-2017 Season
Submitted By jmorrison on Monday, October 17, 2016
Congratulations to all of the players who were selected to be members of the 2017 Bulls program.  I wanted to convey some general information for the upcoming year.

General 2017 Schedule

Each team will start winter workouts in January.  We will use the iCASE facility in Stratford and other locations as arranged by each coach.    The extent of the winter workouts may vary from team to team and some coaches may choose to have very minimal winter workouts.

Each team will also have the opportunity to work out at Centrefield Sports in London on at least two occasions.  This will include instruction from CFS instructors.

The goal for April (contingent on weather) is to have at least one practice a week at a location chosen by each coach.

During the year, teams will play at least 3 tournaments at either an A, AA or AAA level depending on the make-up of the team.

Affiliated Players

Some rosters already include some "AP" players.  These players are invited to practice with the team and may be called upon to play games as determined by each coach.

Additional "AP" players may be added to each roster as determined by each coach.

Season Fees


Registration fees for the year will be $450.00.  This includes:

  • tournament fees for 3 tournaments
  • uniform package for new players (jersey, warm up shirt, hat, belt, socks, bag)  PLEASE NOTE: jerseys must be returned at the end of the playing season
  • replacement uniform components for returning players--if you wear through or grow out of uniform pieces they will be replaced
  • winter and summer workouts
  • field and facility rentals

The cost for AP's will be $100 to practice with the team.  For every tournament they play in the cost will be $50.

Some teams may choose to enter more tournaments or play exhibition games.  In those cases, extra costs may be incurred.

Coaching Positions Still Open


If you are interested in coaching or managing the Mosquito or Minor Mosquito Bulls teams please contact me.


Dave Reid
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