Steve Nash Youth Basketball Registration

To register, go to the Online Registration site and click ‘Register’ under your area.
Please register early to provide time to set up teams, book gyms, attend NCCP clinics, etc.

  • Payment & KidSport Application
  • Refund Policy
  • Q&As

Payment & KidSport Application

When your payment is complete, your receipt will be emailed in a link. The receipt can be used for the ‘Child Fitness Amount’ on your Federal tax credits.

There are 4 options for payment when you register.

1. Pay Online
To pay with your PayPal account, select ‘Pay with PayPal Account’
To pay with a credit card, select ‘Don’t have a PayPal Account’ and complete the required information.
2. Pay by eTranfer
Email  amount owing by e-transfer to snyb@sasktel.net
Security question: “child’s first and last name” player ID.
Answer: “PLAYER ID”
Please include the players first and last name in the memo.
3. Send a cheque or money order to Steve Nash Youth Basketball (SNYB)
Mail to:
SNYB
4219 19th Ave.
Regina, SK   S4S 0E5
4. Apply for KidSport
During registration, check the ‘Yes’ box to apply for KidSport.
Note: If you checked ‘no’ during registration but would still like to apply for KidSport, send an email to snyb@sasktel.net identifying the player name, participating community and that you are applying for KidSport. Complete the application immediately:

  1. Go to www.kidsportcanada.ca/saskatchewan/
  2. Select ‘Find a Chapter’ and click on your chapter (if your community isn’t listed click on Saskatchewan)
  3. Select ‘Apply for Assistance’. On the application, complete the Sport Information section as follows:
    Sport Organization/Club: Steve Nash Youth Basketball
    Contact: Marg Barr
    Mailing Address:4219 19th Ave.
    City: Regina  Postal Code:S4S 0E5
    Phone:306 539-3197
    Emailsnyb@sasktel.net
    KidSport questions can be answered by your KidSport chapter.

If you have any other questions about payments, email snyb@sasktel.net

Refund Policy

The cost of the program is $70 per player.

  • Registration fees will be refunded less a $5 Administration Charge provided equipment is returned unused.
  • No refunds 3 weeks after start date.

Q&As

  1. How does KidSport work and where does the cheque get sent?
    Parents complete and send an application to KidSport.  The KidSport committee determines if the application is accepted or denied.  If it is accepted, the cheque is sent directly to SNYB.  Upon receipt of the payment, parents receive an email that their fees have been paid and a link is provided to the receipt.
  2. If I didn’t select KidSport when I registered, can I still apply?
    Send an email to SNYB to let us know you are applying for KidSport and submit your application immediately.
  3. Why do grade 1 & 2’s pay the same as the others but don’t participate in the tournament?
    The tournament is paid for by a grant.  The $60 fee covers the cost of equipment, BSI Membership (insurance), banking costs, administration costs and misc items.
  4. Can I make payment for more than one child in a single transaction?
    If paying by:

    • Credit Card – No
    • Email Transfer – transfer full amount and list multiple children in the note
    • Cheque – make out cheque for full amount and note all children on the cheque memo
  5. My children were enrolled in SNYB last year and already have jerseys, basketballs, and shoe bags so can’t we reuse these and reduce the registration fees?
    It may seem reasonable but would be very difficult to manage, and the cost saving would be minimal for the following reasons:

    • Equipment must be purchased in packages from Canada Basketball. If only a ball is needed but not a jersey, the entire package must still be paid for.
    • Equipment needs are estimated and then ordered in October long before the season begins. If it was ordered after registration, it wouldn’t arrive until the end of the season.
    • There are over 2300 players in SNYB and with the possibility of each having different equipment needs, prices would have to vary for each combination; be shipped to the 70 locations; distributed by community coordinators to coaches and then the coaches would have to ensure the players receive the right combination.
    • It’s also a concern that people would select no equipment to save money and then kids wouldn’t have a ball or jersey for practice and the tournament.

    We believe the price of the program is very reasonable.  The fees did go up this year because of an equipment cost increase, additional PST and, without STC, freight charges went up.  A price increase is unlikely for the next 4 years or so.