Thank you for volunteering as a PGMBA coach!
Here you will find helpful information on the Coaches Information Sheet for the season and details about the Final Playday & Player Evaluations (in February).
Coaches Information Sheet
- coaches who commit to coaching a minimum of 80% of the sessions will receive a 50% refund for their player’s registration (maximum of 2 coaches per team can receive the discount)
- coaches who want to help but can’t commit to 80% of the sessions are still encouraged to sign-up to coach but will not be eligible for the 50% refund
- all coaches still need to complete the police information checks
- the 50% refunds will be refunded shortly after most player registrations are complete and tentative teams have been organized (probably in October 2022)
Coaching Application and Police Information Check (Criminal Record Check)
Please complete the Coaching Application and email it to
PGMBA volunteers are required to complete a Police Information Check (PIC-VS) which is valid for a two year period.
Police Information Check Procedure
Police Information Check Letter
Representating the PGMBA: As a PGMBA coach you are a representative of the association. You are responsible for the youngsters assigned to your team and for the school facilities we use. These facilities are available to us at cost. Proper care must taken by us to ensure our use of these facilities in the future.
Access to the schools: Access to the schools will be by a School District 57 custodian who will open the door to allow us in and secure the school after we leave. If the school is locked 10 minutes prior to the start of the practice, call Bonnie at 250 640-0768 or Kelly at 250 565-4846 and explain that you are with PG Minor Basketball and are scheduled to be in the gym.
Access to the schools will be by a School District 57 custodian who will open the door to allow us in and secure the school after we leave. Call 561-6800 if the custodian does not show up on time.
Wear appropriate footwear: Ensure that all participants wear appropriate footwear. Players must wear running shoes with light coloured soles, not street shoes that will mark the floor. Encourage the removal of outdoor footwear outside the gym by both players and parents.
Keep players in the gym: Keep all players in the gym as much as possible and away from other areas of the school.
Possibility of team changes for players: Warn your players that during the first three weeks we may have to move them to a different team for better balance in the league.
Showing Teamsmanship: Emphasize to your players the importance of showing teamsmanship by always wearing their team jerseys. Players must wear their team jerseys during the game, however, exceptions may be made when necessary, but only if the player is wearing a like colored shirt.
Basketball storage: PGMBA basketballs will be kept in the school's locked storage facility and are available from the custodian. After the final session the coach(s) should collect the balls, put them in the bags and have the custodian place them in the locked storage facility.
Substitute coaches: Coaches are responsible to ensure that they have a substitute coach if they must be away.
Coach and player contact: Coaches will have no PGMBA mandated role or contact with players outside of the scheduled game and practice held each weekend as scheduled by the league.
Coaching Philosophy and Conduct