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Discussion: Question on TOC roster

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Dec. 16, 2007
JohnBob
Men's 60
248 posts
Question on TOC roster
Teams that just won the winter worlds at Ft Meyers & Vegas were able to use their 2008 roster meaning that a 55 team could play someone that will not turn 55 untill 08. Will these younger players be able to in TOC in Feb 08. Our team like all the others qualified with none of these players on our roster
Dec. 16, 2007
doker
Men's 60
168 posts
HEY JOHNBOB AS FOR AS I UNDERSTAND U MUST PLAY WITH THE ROSTER U QUALIFIED WITH...IF SOMEONE MAY BE INJURED OR CAN'T MAKE IT U CAN ONLY DRAW FROM THE NEXT AGE GROUP..AND SUBMIT HIS HER NAME TO THE SSUSA NATL OFFICE FOR ACCEPTANCE.....DOKER
Dec. 28, 2007
Sisavic
138 posts
John Bob,

It may seem unfair, but the players that played on the winning teams in Ft Meyers and Vegas in 2007 are allowed to play in the TOC in 2008, even though they were too young to play in any other 2007 tournament. The losers in Ft Meyers and Vegas are NOT allowed to bring their younger players to the TOC, even if they played in in Ft Meyers and Vegas..
Dec. 28, 2007
JOHN BOB
Men's 60
76 posts
Thanks Sisavic for info 10-4 on unfair,but if that's the rule I guess we'll have to live with it. This is only the 2rd year for TOC it's take time to work out wrinkles. I would like to see the World Championships in Sept,Toc in Oct then Winter Nationals in Nov. Just my 2 cents
Dec. 28, 2007
audieh
Men's 60
242 posts
John, I sorta like the ToC as the first tournament as it starts the year early, and in our case, we would not have made the ToC as well qualified by winning a winter national!
Dec. 28, 2007
DesertGuy
Men's 60
224 posts
JohnBob- Pretty sure you have to bring the roster you won with, even if it's a 2008 roster from the Winter nationals or worlds. And I think if you won two times, you can't mix and match those rosters, t has to be one or the other.

I like the idea that the ToC is for the 2007 winners, but don't know how good an idea it is to use the timeline you mentioned. It's still very hot here in Arizona in September and I think the Worlds are going to be in Phoenix for the next couple of years. I also know how lucky we are here to be playing all year round and not having to shut down for the winter. Good luck if you're going to the ToC.
Dec. 28, 2007
JohnBob
Men's 60
248 posts
DesertGuy,We are going to TOC but being from Ky have never played ball in Feb. To me it's not a level playing field if some teams can use there 08 roster and the other's can't . I know it's hot in Az in Sept but softball is suspose to be played in hot weather,how are we to get prepared to play in Feb? We do enjoy playing in Phoenix & was unable to attend this year but plan on coming in 08
Dec. 31, 2007
kbl
Men's 60
529 posts
johnbob, are you going to TOC? what div. are you playing with. i play with central penna. we played in ft myers.
Dec. 31, 2007
kbl
Men's 60
529 posts
johnbob, i played in 55AA.
Dec. 31, 2007
JohnBob
Men's 60
248 posts
kbl,we play in 55 major
Dec. 31, 2007
kbl
Men's 60
529 posts
johnbob, hope you guys play well and have a great time. i hope lakeland and auburndale are as nice as ft myers.thanks..kbl
Dec. 31, 2007
JohnBob
Men's 60
248 posts
Thanks Kbl we'll need it. I have never played in winter natioals at Ft Myers it's always 2rd weekend of Nov & thats open weekend of Deer season.in Ky. Thanks again & Happy New Year!!
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