New Child Protection laws that affect CBAA:
Any CBAA volunteer or contractor who accepts responsibility for a CBAA player and has direct contact* with our players is defined as a mandatory reporter under Pennsylvania law:
*“Direct contact” is defined as the care, supervision, guidance or control of children and routine interaction with children. “ routine interaction with children” is defined as regular and repeated contact that is integral to a person's employment or volunteer responsibilities.
As a mandatory reporter, certain clearances will be required for an individual to participate within CBAA:
- Report of criminal history from the Pennsylvania State Police
- Child Abuse History Clearance from the Department of Human Services
- Affirmation that there are no convictions that would disqualify a person from performing a role at CBAA if you meet certain requirements, or complete an FBI fingerprint based criminal background check.
For further information on the laws see: Keepkidsafe.org or
contact the CBAA Compliance Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
John O'Sullivan held 2 workshops for our members on January 14, 2015
John is the author of the national bestselling book Changing the Game: The Parents Guide to Raising Happy, High-Performing Athletes and Giving Youth Sports Back to Our Kids, as well as a contributing writer for the Huffington Post, Soccer America, and NSCAA Soccer Journal
Lighted Fields are a Reality for CBAA! Summer 2014
Joseph E. Hanusey Memorial Park at Carriage Hill in Plumstead Township
Summer Camps Recommendations
The Central Bucks Athletic Association has developed so many great relationships over the past 39 years. We are proud and honored to be associated with such compassionate and dedicated community members.
Please check our webpage below for more information and new programs that may have been added! You'll find links to each of our programs camps & clinics pages for this summer.
Links to Basketball, Lacrosse and
CBAA Executive Board Meetings
1st Monday of Each Month, 7:30pm. Lahaska Room, Buckingham Township
For more info, visit our News & Events Page, times and dates are subject to change.
Thanks for joining us! The Concussion Informational Session to raise awareness for parents, players and coaches was a very successful event full of invaluable information
For information and handouts on the evening, please visit our CONCUSSION INFO tab on the left side of this page.
Reminder NO PETS Policy
Please remember that Herbst Sports Complex has a NO PET Policy in place. This is for the safety and protection of all as CBAA in not insured for the loss of a pet nor the unfortunate occurrence of an injury due to a pet. We expect coaches to police this by politely excusing parents to take pets home if they unexpectedly appear. Signs are posted at the field, but some families have not noticed and need to be reminded. Thanks for everybody's cooperation and understanding.
Fields 1-4 are closed the week of June 26 due to work on the pipeline running through Field 3. The Parking lot and drive way immediately in front of fields 3 and 4 are closed
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CBAA - Basketball, Soccer and Lacrosse
Herbst Sports Complex
2009-10 Vipers (U11)
Casino Night 2008
Casino Night 2008....Could this be the lucky roll?
Casino Night 2008 ....Looking for Loot , Head to the Slots!
Casino Night 2008 Crowd at Keenan Motors
Casino Night 2008
Casino Night 2008
Casino Night 2008 A Fun Night Out
Casino Night 2008..... Fun with Friends
Casino Night 2008 ...High Rollers?...with Big Smiles!
2008 Casino Night
Our website is full of up to date information. CBAA relies on the communicationvia our web and newsletter. Archives of past newsletters are below.
To view and print CBAA Newsletter ARCHIVES PRIOR TO 2009, PLEASE click here
Past Newsletters are archived under our documents category.
Check out our new page honoring our volunteers!