Downloads & Forms

NBBA Constitution

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NBBA By-Laws

The By-Laws under which the board operates were approved by the membership on June 23, 2014. These represent the primary governance document by which the membership stipulates the rules under which the board conducts the affairs of NBBA on behalf of the membership.

 

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NBBA Policies and Procedures

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Coaches Code of Conduct

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Player Code of Conduct

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Parent Code of Conduct

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Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool

What is a Concussion? A concussion is a brain injury that cannot be seen on routine x-rays, CT scans or MRIs. It affects the way a child may think and remember things, and can cause a variety of symptoms.

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Concussion Guidelines for Coaches and Trainers

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Concussion Guidelines for the Athlete

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Concussion Guidelines for Parents and Caregivers

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After a Concussion Guidelines for Return to Play

A CONCUSSION is a serious event, but you can recover fully from such an injury if the brain is given enough time to rest and recuperate. Returning to normal activities, including sport participation, is a step-wise process that requires patience, attention, and caution. Each step must take a minimum of one day but could last longer, depending on the player and his or her specific situation.

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A Sport Parent’s Guide

As parents, we recognize that sports and physical activity play an important role in our children’s healthy growth and development, but in recent times physical activity has suffered serious decline among Canadian children.Medical and sport research shows that our children are increasingly at risk for obesity and disease due to low levels of activity and poor nutritional habits. Some experts have also suggested that Canada is producing declining performances in international competition due to a lack of physical activity and sport development during childhood years. Your child may already be involved in physical activity and sports, or you may be wondering how to get your child started. The goal of this booklet is to help you understand the needs of young athletes and what may be done to promote their best interests in staying active and healthy. In these pages you will read about Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD), a model for development in physical activity and sport that not only provides a safe, enjoyable, and progressive pathway for children to pursue healthy physical activity, but also provides a pathway to excellence.

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Police Records Check Form

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Referee Application Form

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NBBA Bursary Awards

Nepean Blue Devils Basketball Association (NBBA) Bursary Awards are awarded annually to four NBBA players (one boy and girl from each of the Competitive and Recreational Programs). The recipients are chosen on merits relating to their academic standing, contributions to the community and their involvement with NBBA.

 

The Bursary Requirements are as follows: 

  • You must be a currently registered player of the NBBA. 
  • You must be under the age of 21.
  • You must be registered to attend a post-secondary institution on a full time basis for the upcoming academic year.
  • You must provide at least one letter of reference from a coach, teacher or community leader that speaks to your involvement with NBBA, the community and your school activities.
  • Your bursary application, including your letter of reference, must be received by April 8, 2016.

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2014 AGM Reports

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2013 AGM Reports

2012-13 Annual General Meeting Report.

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