Wednesday April 25th 2018

Rec League Fees

The HRL is meant to be a “pay-as- you-go” league to offer maximum flexibility.

You can pay just a £6 fee to play a game! You just need to register, select the game you want to play, make an online payment and you’re ready to play ball. It’s that simple! However we know some of you can’t get enough baseball/softball and want to commit to a certain amount of games. Therefore we offer the following packages:

Plan Games Cost
Single 1 £6
Double 4 £21
Triple 8 £38
Homerun 8* £43

* Includes Herts baseball cap

IMPORTANT: If you already are a current Herts Softball fully-paid member, your membership package includes all games in the HRL-Softball league so you don’t have to pay to play in the HRL.

To make payment by card see below. If you have any questions about the fees or want to pay by cash please send us an email [Click Here].

 


Select your Pay-As-You-Go Package
Paying for (player’s name)



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