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If your kid can play, I would recommend COE to RR. Better players and better training.
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My child has done RR and COE ....COE I find has better training and more convenient locations. COE is a direct line into PDP and Id2 if your child can play at that level and thatís something youíre looking for. They do a lot of cool trips to Europe and Local tournaments.
This is just my opinion I suggest you try both see what your child enjoys.
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Default Kid enjoyed CoE

Haven't been to RR but my child also loved CoE.
First training session is the try out, you can go and see if it suits your child.
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Haven't been to RR but my child also loved CoE.
First training session is the try out, you can go and see if it suits your child.
after tryout, can you choose if kid joins or not?
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after tryout, can you choose if kid joins or not?
you pay $30 upfront and if they get offered a spot you will be asked to play the balance for the remaining sessions. presumably you could decline.

(you will also need to buy their kit - required shirt and shorts - another $40-50 or so)
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you pay $30 upfront and if they get offered a spot you will be asked to play the balance for the remaining sessions. presumably you could decline.

(you will also need to buy their kit - required shirt and shorts - another $40-50 or so)
thank you for your reply.
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Anybody know what the schedule was for last winter? What night and time? It's 12 weeks? Also how much ?
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Anybody know what the schedule was for last winter? What night and time? It's 12 weeks? Also how much ?
I guess you received the email too? Havenít done it before. Worth it?
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Anybody know what the schedule was for last winter? What night and time? It's 12 weeks? Also how much ?
This winter's schedule is posted. Go on nycsl site
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Anybody know what the schedule was for last winter? What night and time? It's 12 weeks? Also how much ?
Varies by location. Check the website or contact them for specific information. This isn't the best place for reliable info
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