|Dr. Janine Brandt is one of over a hundred MSSA's Registered Players who has been thrust onto the international stage.|
- Being part of a community where your club has a real say in how things are done
- Being able to apply for National Lottery Funding
- Being able to get assistance from your local government
- Experience increased media exposure of your events and your gamers
- Become part of the international community through the MSSA Registered players are able to become internationally recognised umpires, etc.
- Being able to put your club's news up on MSSA's blog page,
- Enable your gamers to take part in MSSA events, which may qualify them for regional, provincial, and national colours, overseas trips, and even sports bursaries at university.
- Gather the people together that want to form the club, and
- Hold a meeting at which you agree to start a club, and at which meeting you agree to the Constitution as well as who are the elected office-bearers of the club (all such decisions must be by consensus), and
- Write up the minutes of your inaugural meeting, and
- Send in the club’s Constitution and Application Form for Affiliation to the MSSA.
It is even easier to set up a school club. All a school has to do is have the Principal complete the Application for Affiliation form.
MSSA’s General Regulations
MSSA’s Discipline Specific Regulations
|Affiliation fees per club||R104.00 per annum|
|Registration fees:||Registered with MSSA|
Players who are members of school clubs
|R110.00 per player|
R 10.00 per player
In order for a club to be a legal entity, a club must have a Constitution and must have multiplicity of members (3 or more members). A club's Constitution tells how the club operates and must, to a certain extent mirror MSSA’s Constitution. The Constitution of a club must have certain clauses in order to ensure that there are the necessary bonds between the MSSA and the club. Therefore, MSSA insists that the clauses, “Objectives”, “Title and Legal Personality”, “Dispute Resolution”, and “Dissolution” remain unchanged. However, the club may amend the other clauses. Once the applicant club is satisfied with their Constitution, the elected Chairperson must initial each page, and sign and date the last page and submit a copy to the MSSA.
- Entry fees for Provincial and National Championships for the period 1 November 2019 to 31 October 2020.
- MSSA advises of its affiliation and registration fees for the 2019/2020 season.
- MSSA elections allow change and growth.
- Amanda Pakade is elected in for a 3 year term as MSSA President.
- Freedom of association.
- MSSA benefits all member clubs.
- MSSA's Elected Office-Bearers for 2019.
- Preventing dominance by any one club.