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Registration FAQ
Submitted By registrar on Wednesday, September 2, 2020
There have been a few questions coming in with the new Development Phase 1 version of the registration system.  Please read below - if your question is not in the article, send it to [email protected] and we will answer it and add it below if applicable.

I paid in full already, do I need to re-register?

No - your registration is still valid and you will automatically be refunded the difference between what you initially paid and the Phase 1 cost.

I paid in full already, do I need to do anything to get my refund?

No - your registration is still valid and you will automatically be refunded the difference between what you initially paid and the Phase 1 cost.

I registered and selected a payment plan, what do I need to do?

You don't need to do anything.   Your registration is still valid and depending on how much you have paid so far you will either be issued a refund and remaining instalments cancelled, or the October instalment will be adjusted to cover the outstanding balance and the November instalment will be cancelled.
 

I previously registered, but didn't pay yet, how to I pay?

You need to go back to the registration system and re-register your child(ren) using the Development Phase 1 package.   Your old registration will be deleted within 2 weeks.

I tried to register for MD/Mustangs, but the fee was just the House League amount.  How can I pay the correct amount?

Just pay the base House League registration amount now.   Once rosters are finalized there will be an opportunity to pay the MD or Mustangs bump-up fee just like previous years.

Why didn't my refund include the Tryout fee?

We are waiting to see if the LJK organization will have evaluations this year.  If they do, then we are hoping to also hold evaluations for both Mustangs and MD teams.  If not, then we will refund the tryout fees at that time.

What happened to my early bird discount?

There are no early bird discounts available for the Development Phase.   If you previously had an early bird discount, your refund amount will reflect the difference between the cost of the Development Phase and the amount you previously paid.
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