2020 Season - CANCELLED!, News (London Mens Baseball League (over 30 league))

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2020 Season - CANCELLED!
Submitted By LMBL Registrar on Monday, June 15, 2020
The LMBL Executive and Team Managers have had many discussions surrounding the potential for a shortened 2020 playing season, and have made the very difficult decision to cancel play for 2020.

Please be advised of the following details:
1) Paid player fees will automatically carry over for the 2021 season - with NO ADDITIONAL MONEY REQUIRED if you have already paid to play in 2020.
2) Players can request a refund of their 2020 season fees - which will be refunded in FULL, HOWEVER....
   a) refunded players are removed from their teams current roster immediately
   b) registration fees for 2021 are increasing to $385 (tax included) (this price will be reviewed at the 2021 banquet and don't reflect the cost to play in future years)
   c) there is still the GRACE PERIOD for returning players to register - remaining Feb 15.  Registration for 2021 is now open for anyone.
The 2020 Awards Banquet is also cancelled.  Anyone who pre-paid for the banquet will have that payment applied to the 2021 banquet.
We are very disappointed to have to make this decision, but feel it's in the best interest of our league, the players, and their families as we try to get through this unsettling time.
Please stay safe, and we truly hope to see you all again in the spring of 2021.
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