Avoid the Late Fee

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We have set a deadline for registering as June 30.  NO further registrations will be accepted after this date.


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Volunteer Help Needed


Volunteers are needed for upcoming bingos.  Bingos support all activities the Sports Club run.    The Club is not supported by the municipality and all programs and work are undertaken by a dedicated group of volunteers.

Volunteers are needed for the Wed. June 14, please contact Kevin at president@castletonsportsclub.ca if you can donate some time.


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Free Jersey promo ends Friday


British Soccer Camps will be coming back to Castleton this summer!
Local Program: Castleton Sports Club
Dates: July 3rd – 7th
Location: Castleton Sports Fields, 2278 Spring Street, Castleton, ON

 Note – you can still register for camp after the FREE Jersey deadline but you miss out on the awesome British Soccer Jersey!

Or to find out more… Improve your game with the most popular soccer camp in the USA and Canada!

• Incredible Coaching Staff
• Develop new skills and refine existing ones
• Play with more confidence and have more fun
• Learn the NAIA Champions of Character traits; respect, responsibility,
integrity, sportsmanship and leadership
• Represent your country in your very own World Cup

Click here to find out what people are saying about our Camps!

Free gifts worth over $100 with camp sign-up!

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Help Wanted

We are in need of 2 part time canteen workers.  The position will require food handling, cash management and cleaning.  Applicants must be 16 years of age who are willing and able to work independently.  The position is minimum wage and applicants  must be available evenings and a few Saturdays through the summer.  Submit resumes to carandafarms@gmail.com


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Deadline approaching


If you haven’t registered your child to play ball or soccer get it done asap, deadline is April 27. There are 2 age groups in soccer that need a few more players to fill out teams. The same is true for baseball. ALL TEAMS WILL BE FINALIZED MAY 1. You will not be able to register after that date.

We will hosting the British Soccer Camp once again this summer.  Details can be found here

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Help Wanted

The Sports Club is accepting applications for a maintenance position.  The position will include but not be limited to, grass cutting, lining of soccer fields and baseball diamonds and general cleanup of the facility.  This is minimum wage,  a part time position and can include evenings and some weekends.  Candidates must be self motivated and be able to work unsupervised.  A driver’s license would be an asset.   All training provided.  This is a perfect job for a retired person, or a student who would like a few additional hours for work a week.

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Umpire Position


Umpires are needed to support the minor ball program.  This is a paid position but requires the successful completion of an umpire clinic to held April 9.  Applicants must be available evenings from Monday to Thursday for about 2 hours.   For more information contact baseball@castletonsportsclub.ca


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A Message from Ontario Soccer Assocation

Recently there has been an outbreak of mumps in the GTA.  In an attempt to be proactive OSA has issued this advisory

Bulletin #: I2017-018 Date: March 10, 2017

 Subject: Mumps in Sport and Recreational Environments

On behalf of our colleagues at the Public Health Agency of Canada, Ontario Soccer is forwarding recent information about mumps outbreaks. There have been a number of reports of mumps outbreaks in sport and recreation environments in Canada in recent weeks, including Ontario. Ontario Soccer strongly encourages you to share this information with your membership as soon as possible. If you observe any cases of mumps linked to sporting events or teams, it is recommended that you notify the Medical Officer of Health for your jurisdiction. As you may know, mumps is a highly contagious infection that passes easily from person to person. The mumps vaccine is the best way to prevent becoming ill with the mumps. In Canada, vaccination against mumps is part of the routine childhood immunization programs in all provinces and territories. If you are unsure of your vaccination status, you should contact your health care provider or local public health unit. There is an urgent need to get these messages out as broadly and deeply as possible, as soon as possible. Thanks you for immediate attention to this matter. Please refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada website for more information

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Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are needed for the bingo on Wednesday April 26 from 5:15 until about 9:15.  Your volunteer time can be used applied to your 2017 registration or carried forward for 2018.


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Minor Sports Registrations

Wed. March 22 from 6:30 p.m. til 8:00 p.m. is the second registration date for registering your child for soccer or baseball in Castleton.  Registration will take place at the Castleton Town Hall.  Please note that fees include the jersey (which you will keep at season end) and a volunteer fee for which you can receive a voucher if you complete 8 hours of volunteer time.  All fees are indicated on the registration forms.  Please print out the forms and bring the completed forms to one of the dates listed above to registration your child.  If you are interested in coaching please contact either Jeff baseball@castletonsportsclub.ca or Buddy at soccer@castletonsportsclub.ca or if you have any questions.

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