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Discussion: Tournament of Champions Rosters

Posted Discussion
Sept. 29, 2006
Terry H
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Tournament of Champions Rosters
We have received quite a few calls concerning the rosters teams can use for the Tournament of Champions .... so here are our guidelines. (By the way, Invitations for the Tournament of Champions will be going out next week)

Tournament of Champion Rosters:

The team must use the roster with which it won the
championships. Teams can add, but players have to be from the next older age group (for example, 50+ teams can only pick up 55+ players) and from the same skill level.

If the team wants to add other players that don't meet these
requirements they have to get individual approval. That means we would
have to know the players' ages, position, place in the batting order.

This has to be done in writting and there is no guarantee they will be
approved (sometimes approval is given only if the team plays in the
next skill level....depending on how many players are added and their
relative strength).

This is done to protect the competitive level of the division.

Hope this helps

Terry Hennessy
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