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YOUTH OUTDOOR SCHEDULES, FEES & MORE CLICK HERE!

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Complete 2017 outdoor youth recreational program information click here:  SCHEDULES, FEES, & MORE!!

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FORM & INFORMATION

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REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 1ST.

If you are applying for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE USE THIS REGISTRATION FORM:
*Return this form to the NOYSA OFFICE (info on form)

2017 Outdoor Registration Form if applying for Assistance

KidSport Financial Assistance Form:
*Return this form to the Kidsport office (info on form)
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Tentative Schedules:
SCHEDULES, FEES, & MORE!!

VERNON SOCCER REFEREE COURSES 2017

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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A REFEREE?
If you have any questions regarding referee courses email vsra.scheduler@gmail.com. There are two ways to start refereeing. If you will be 12 years old by April 1st you can take the Mini Soccer Referee Clinic (details below). When completed you will be able to referee U9 & U10 Mini Soccer games and line 11-aside games. If you will be 14 or older on the date of the course you can take an Entry Level Clinic. There will be one clinic in Vernon this year (details below) and there are others in the area (Kelowna, Penticton, Kamloops, Salmon Arm). Check www.bcsoccer.net for details and to register.

2017 REFEREE CLINICS
Refresher 1

Session 1:  Saturday Mar 18, 2017 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: VantageOne Indoor Soccer Centre
Address: 6601 Okanagan Landing Road,  Vernon
Host contact Peter Solymosi
Host email solymosi@telus.net

Refresher 2
Session 2: Sunday Apr 2, 2017 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: VantageOne Indoor Soccer Centre
Address: 6601 Okanagan Landing Road,  Vernon
Host contact Peter Solymosi
Host email solymosi@telus.net

District Entry Level Course
For any new referees OR small-sided referees who are fourteen (14) as of March 31st 2017. If you are 14, you cannot continue as a small-sided referee and must take this course.
Dates: March 31, April 1, April 2
Location: VantageOne Indoor Centre, Vernon BC
Register: BC Soccer Referee Clinic website at http://www.refcentre.com/bc/ to register. Search for the clinic by Club, which is Vernon SA, or input the region, which is Thompson Okanagan.

Small-sided Mini Soccer Referee Clinic
(Must Turn 12 by April 1, 2017)
We will have one clinic in 2017
Date: March 18 9am – 3pm
Location: VantageOne Indoor Centre, Vernon BC.
Register: BC Soccer Referee Clinic website at http://www.refcentre.com/bc/ to register. Search for the clinic by Club, which is Vernon SA, or input the region, which is Thompson Okanagan.Held at the VantageOne Indoor Centre

SOCCER PROGRAMS IN THE THOMPSON OKANAGAN

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PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO OPEN UP THE SOCCER PROGRAMS BOOKLET:

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NOYSA 2016 AGM – DECEMBER 7 2016

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NORTH OKANAGAN YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION

VISION STATEMENT                                              MISSION STATEMENT
To promote a passion for soccer. For Life.                   Engage. Provide. Develop. Enjoy


ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Wednesday December 7, 2016, 6:30PM
VantageOne Centre – Upstairs Hall

Members RSVPCLICK HERE:  noysa-2016-agm-member-registration-form
To confirm your attendance please fill out the above 2016 AGM Registration form and return to the NOYSA office by December 1, 2016.

FINANCIAL REPORT
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The NOYSA Board of Directors is pleased to provide an Agenda for the
2016 Annual General Meeting:

  1. Welcome / Opening
  2. Introduction of Special Guests
  3. Special Guest Speakers
  4. Honorary Member Recognition

Constitutional Agenda 2016:


NOYSA CONSTITUTION CLICK HERE:  noysa-constitution-2015

ARTICLE 3:  MEMBERSHIP
4)  Active Membership
Active Membership shall be open to the following individuals:
a) One parent or legal guardian of a minor aged player(s) duly registered with this Association in the playing season April 1st of the current year to March 31 of the following year.

ARTICLE 5:  MEETINGS
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)   Voting at Annual General Meeting:
At General Meetings, one parent or legal guardian of a minor aged player shall have one (1) vote per family.
Voting by proxy is not allowed.

 

 

 

INDOOR SOCCER 2016 2017

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VantageOne Indoor Centre Soccer Registration
and Information Forms available below

YOUTH:  2016 Youth Indoor Reg Form FALL 2016 vers 2.0 Saturdays ONLY
WHITECAPS & TOFC PLAYERS:  2016 INDOOR PLAYER REG FORM 2016 2017

MEN’S & WOMEN’S: 2016 INDOOR PLAYER REG FORM 2016 2017
OLDBOYS: 2016 MONDAY NIGHT OLDBOYS Indoor Reg 2016 2017

COED FORMS
2016 VSA COED LEAGUE PLAYER REGISTRATION FORM 2016 2017

2016 SAT OPEN COED DROP IN PLAYER REGISTRATION 2016 2017

GEORGE STEIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

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The North Okanagan Youth Soccer Association offers the George Stein Memorial Scholarship to NOYSA players, refs or volunteers who are graduating from secondary school in 2016.  The scholarship recipient must be attending a post secondary school in 2017.

See attached for the application:  George Stein Memorial Soccer Scholarship 2016

NOYSA RECREATIONAL LEAGUE AND VERNON CUP WINNERS

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Congratulations to the NOYSA Recreational Soccer League & Cup Winners 2016!

NOYSA RECREATION LEAGUE WINNERS 2016
U13 Boys:     Royal Lepage Royal      Coach David Bielski
U13 Girls:      McDonalds Royal          Coach Marianne DeFoor
U14/15 Boys: Subway Royal               Coach Eli  Johnson
U14/15 Girls: Subway Navy                 Coach John Vanderleest
U18 Boys:  Sun Valley Sports              Coach Jason Webster
U18 Girls:  H&L Glass                          Coach Reg Gosselin


NOYSA VERNON CUP WINNERS 2016
U13 Boys:

Champions          Royal Lepage Royal          Coach David Bielski
2nd Place              Royal Lepage White         Coach Grant Glessing
3rd Place               Royal Lepage Navy          Coach David Grevatt

U12/U13 Girls:
Champions          Royal Lepage Royal          Coach Chris Colclough
2nd Place              McDonalds Royal             Coach Marianne DeFoor
3rd Place               Royal Lepage Red           Coach Derek Kruysifix

U14/15 Boys:
Champions          Subway Royal                    Coach Eli  Johnson
2nd Place Tie        Subway Navy                    Coach Tim Rayner
2nd Place Tie        Subway Red                      Coach Shawn Haner
U14/15 Girls:
Champions          Subway Navy                     Coach John Vanderleest
2nd Place              Subway White                   Coach Dawn Ponich
3rd Place               Subway Orange                Coach Wendy Stevens & Darlene Weiss

U18 Boys:
Champions          Kidston & Co. LLP             Coach Ben Moore
2nd Place              Sun Valley Sports              Coach Jason Webster
3rd Place               Interior Savings Credit Union   Coach Jorgen Kongsdorf

U18 Girls:
Champions          H&L Glass                           Coach Reg Gosselin
2nd Place              H&R Block                          Coach Norm Cramer
3rd Place               All Pro Tree and Landscaping Services       Coach Rick Ogasawara

SATURDAY SCOREBOARD

NOYSA Divisional STATS 2016

Vernon Cup Scoreboard

IMPORTANT U11 DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION FOR 2017 TEAMS

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GOLDEN AGE OF LEARNING”
U11 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INFORMATION 2016

The Vernon United Development Program is designed to teach the players and the coaches the game at a technical degree that is beyond the regular recreational house program.  The objective is to keep the game FUN for the players within a positive and challenging learning environment.  Coaches, parents and players will be introduced to the roles and responsibilities of the Development and Rep Program structure.  This regional program will allow coaches and players to develop alongside players and coaches from other Thompson Okanagan BCSA Districts which include Kelowna, Penticton, Salmon Arm, Kamloops and Revelstoke.   

The Development program begins at the September 2016 Evaluation by identifying a pool of players who show the desire to spend more TIME learning the game.  It is important for the parents to understand the investment of TIME involved, ensuring the player attends all games and practices, as well as parent and player involvement in team management and team functions.

DON’T MISS THE EVALUATIONS IN SEPTEMBER – check the website in August for registration and dates.  There are 28 players chosen per age/gender.

POOL SYSTEM
The focus of the development program is to allow as many players as possible the opportunity to develop soccer skills.  A maximum of 28 players are chosen for each age/gender group.  All the players will practice together to build and maintain a cohesive level of training.  The emphasis will be to develop the individual’s basic soccer knowledge and provide a strong base of skills and abilities through demonstration, review, repetition and equal opportunity with practice and playing/game time.

 SEASON
There will be optional Fall training and a 10 week indoor training program from January to mid-March. The sessions are once per week for 1 hour (date & time TBA).  These sessions are not mandatory but it is strongly suggested that players attend as many as possible.

The outdoor playing season starts the first week in April to the end of June.  Practices are twice per week and players will travel to “jamborees” held on Sundays throughout the Thompson Okanagan.  This is a NON RESULTS BASED program – no scores or league standings are recorded as part of the development philosophy.

COMMITMENT
Yes, there is a greater level of commitment than in the house program. 
Players and parents are required to sign a commitment letter which can be viewed online www.vernonunitedfc.com.

Players are expected to attend all practices and games during the regular season starting in April.  When possible, players are encouraged to participate in Fall and Winter training opportunities offered by NOYSA. 

PARENTS ARE EXPECTED TO VOLUNTEER FOR TEAM DUTIES.

 COST

The registration fee is $285 and players are responsible for their uniform, tournament and travel costs.  There are standard costs that all players pay but teams do have the right to secure sponsorship and to fundraise to offset these costs. 

QUESTIONS?

There are always lots of questions about joining a development / rep team so if your concerns are not addressed at the pre-evaluation onfield meeting in September please feel free to contact the NOYSA Technical Director David Broadhurst at dbroadhurst@whitecapsfc.com.

 FAQ:  CAN I STILL PLAY ANOTHER SPORT OR ACTIVITY?

Players with rep and development soccer aspirations the season beginning in April to the end of June must be focused on soccer.  During the winter months there are training programs offered to all players in our rep program that players are highly recommended to attend.

 If time management with other activities conflicts with this program, please discuss options with the Program Head Coach PRIOR TO THE EVALUATIONS.

 

RAINING? LIGHTNING? READ HERE…..

Sometimes you need an image that can be used to indicate any kind of weather that results in cancellations.

If it is raining you can still practice or play a game.  If field are closed NOYSA will mail coaches by 4pm – sooner if possible but we wait to receive notification from the City first.
Lightning Safety / Severe Weather Policy
The safety of players, coaches, management and spectators is the primary concern in any weather event that occurs during all matches sanctioned by the CSA.  By understanding and following the below information, the safety of everyone shall be greatly increased. Ultimately the referee has the final say over delaying or restarting a match due to weather. Waiting to stop play or not waiting to start play may result in a
serious injury or loss of life. Referees are expected to act responsibly when dealing with such events during matches they are controlling
When a lightning is detected, you can determine the distance of lightning in your area by counting the number of seconds between the flash and the first sound of the thunder and dividing by five(5). This will give you the distance in miles from your location. Remember, if you are in a higher elevation, the lightning can come upon you much quicker and your reaction time is greatly hindered.
30/30 RULE
When you see lighting, count the time until you hear thunder. If this time is thirty (30) seconds or less, seek proper shelter. Wait thirty (30) minutes or more after hearing the last thunder before leaving the shelter. If you can not see the lighting, just hearing the thunder is good back up rule.
Additional Information
Please note the following recommendations from Environment Canada:
The existence of blue sky and absence of rain are not protection from lighting. Lighting can and does strike as far as ten (10) miles away from the rain shaft. It does not have to be raining for lighting to strike. Many lighting casualties occur in the beginning, as the storm approaches, because many people ignore initial precursors of high winds, some rainfall and cloud cover. Generally, the lightning threat diminishes with time after the last sound of thunder, but may persist for more than thirty (30) minutes.  Lightning can strike ahead of the parent cloud – take action even if the thunderstorm is not overhead.
Be aware of how close lightning is occurring. The flash-to-bang method is the easiest and most convenient way to estimate how far away lightning is occurring. Thunder always accompanies lightning, even though its audible range can be diminished due to background noise in the immediate environment and its distance from the observer. Lightning awareness should be increased with the first flash of lightning or the first clap
of thunder, no matter how far away. This activity must be treated as a wake-up call to all.
The most important aspect to monitor is how far away the lightning is occurring, and how fast the storm is approaching, relative to the distance of a safe shelter. Recognize that personal observation of lightning may not be sufficient. Additional weather information may be required to ensure consistency, accuracy and adequate advance warning.

 

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