Scrimmage – Friday, August 28th .. arrive at 5:30 and scrimmage begins at 6:00…. GO BULLETS
Helmet Drive – Saturday, August 29th – RAIN OR SHINE - Bring your helmet lined with a plastic grocery bag and wear RED or your practice jersey or any Silver Bullet gear. Still spaces available for players and parents. See Jeff Richards or Keara Doherty at practice to sign up.
We supply all equipment, except rubber-soled cleats (metal and removable spikes are not allowed), athletic supporter, girdle, chin strap and mouthpiece. The mouthpiece must be a color (not clear) and attach to the facemask. See below for equipment deposit now required.
Butler’s Sporting Goods extends a special offer to our Bullets *** Buy local support Barnstable
There are three divisions: Ages: Weight Limits: To Participate in games
For exceptions per League rules please see staff
Mites 8 - 9 Mites 105 lbs. (Mite players must attain the age of 8 by Sept. 1/15)
Pee Wees 10 – 11 Pee Wees 130 lbs.
Midgets 12 – 14 Midgets 160 lbs. (No Midget shall attain the age of 15 before Nov. 15/15) No player, regardless of the aforementioned requirements, shall participate in the league if he or she is in the ninth grade of school.
The official weigh-in is scheduled for Thursday, September 10th. All players must attend the weigh-in if they want to play. This is a league requirement and is NOT optional. Please keep this date in mind when registering your child.
Refunds for those who leave the program will be issued on or before October 1st. Players who attend the weigh-in are considered part of the official roster. If they leave the program after weigh-in, there will be no refund (unless they do not make weight). If you are refunded and lose or misplace your check, you will not be issued a replacement check.
All parents are required to donate at least two hours of their time to man the concession stand, collect gate donations, or help with game and field support. Sign-up sheets will be available at parent information night and at the information table during practices. Fundraising activities are also necessary to keep the participation fee low, purchase equipment and other expenses. The Silver Bullets is a non-profit organization and the people who keep the program running are volunteers. See below for volunteer deposit now required.
Volunteer/Equipment Deposits: Like most other programs, the Silver Bullets will collect an additional $50 volunteer deposit per family (to be paid by Aug. 14th). After you complete two hours of volunteer service, your check will be returned to you during practice the following week. Also, we must collect an additional $50 Equipment deposit per child (to be paid by Aug. 14th) to ensure the return of equipment at the end of the season. When ALL equipment is returned, the money will be refunded to you. Please pay each of these additional fees with separate checks or cash (no Pay Pal). If you do not comply with these requirements, these fees will not be refunded.