League play will begin in January and finish with the Championship weekend in February.
Division timing will remain consistent with program times with the exception of this final playoff weekend.
Teams will be formed based upon the number of players registered for the program. We will do our best to accommodate friends on teams but want to ensure balanced competitiveness.
Games will be played under modified FIBA rules.
The league will be composed of a regular season followed by a playoff and championship. Seeding from the league games will be applied to the tournament format.
The times remain the same as the development league schedule;
Games will be played using FIBA rules except for the following changes. The rationale for all these changes is to maximize actual playing time and to encourage player development.
For all our Jr Gaels programs, we cap our number of participants at 25 (Mini) and 36 (Novice and older) in order to provide a satisfactory experience.
If a program becomes full, we will provide an opportunity to register for the wait list.
Traditionally, the Impact have been able to accommodate most players that are on the wait list so we encourage people to sign up for it.
Being on the wait list however is not a guarantee of being accepted.
As spots open up, players on the wait list will be contacted asking if they still want to join the program. If yes, then they will be added. If not, we will move on to the next player in the queue.
There will not be a cost to register for the wait list.
The Kingston Impact Development League Refund Policy is as follows:
To request a refund, please email our Administrator
Due to the pandemic, the Jr Gaels program has currently been suspended until September 2021.