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Discussion: rosters

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Feb. 3, 2013
usmc0311
32 posts
rosters
can someone fill me in on the roster rules. when are you locked in can you be released ect ? thanks
Feb. 3, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2663 posts
I believe when you play in a qualifier, signing the roster you are locked in. You can drop once a year.
I'm not sure this applies to all associations. It's best to contact each association with the question.
Feb. 3, 2013
usmc0311
32 posts
how about the state rule, do you have to border the state the team is registered to play for them?
Feb. 3, 2013
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2663 posts
Yes, your state of residence must border your team's home state. Now there is some question as to what makes your team's home state. I always thought it was the state that contained the most of your players that has signed your roster for a tournament. At the recent tournament in Tampa/Plant City we were told you could have players on the roster but they didn't have to be present or sign the roster. In other words you could load up on names of persons from a state for the sole purpose of making that state your home state. I hope I'm clear on this.
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