OSBA Novice Program

The OSBA Novice program will offer separate boys' and girls' programs which will each be divided into 2 streams:

 

Stream 1: Novice Competitive

    • Novice Competitive will form separate boys and girls teams of no more than 12 players each that will play in the Eastern Ontario Basketball League (EOBL). This program will be run by OSBA parent volunteer coaches.
    • *An additional team fee of $100-$200 will be added to regular registration for competitive teams in order to cover the costs associated to games and tournaments. Details will be provided by coaches at the beginning of the season.

 

Stream 2: Novice Development

  • Novice Development will take a maximum of 20 boys and 20 girls in separate sessions that will practice on separate nights of the week. This program will be led by Right Way Basketball coaches with support from interested parent volunteers.
  • Novice Development will accept mid-season registrants who can join the program after Christmas. An adjusted registration fee will be arranged by OSBA. Mid-season registration will open in November.

 

Optional Stream 3: Novice Selects

  • Depending on player interest and coach availability separate Novice Selects boys and girls teams of no more than 12 players each may be formed after Christmas. Teams will join the Eastern Ontario Basketball League (EOBL) for games from January to March Break. 
  • Teams may be formed from select Novice Development players and will be assigned separate practice times and locations. Practices will be led by Right Way Basketball coaches with support from OSBA parent volunteers.

Novice Boys or Girls (U10) Competitive

(grades 3 & 4)

$TBD

 

 

Novice Boys  or Girls (U10) Development

(grades 3 & 4)

$TBD

 

 

Novice Boys or Girls (U10) Selects

(grades 3 & 4)

$TBD

 

*An additional team fee of $100-$200 will apply to competitive teams in order to cover the costs associated to games and tournaments. Details will be provided by coaches at the beginning of the season.

Game Locations

Novice teams will participate in local area games against opponents from basketball associations from across the National Capital Region.

A full game schedule will be posted about 1 month after practices start.