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Discussion: Tracking players and teams
|Sept. 23, 2005|
|Tracking players and teams|
There seems to be rules in place to MAKE teams enter a legal roster. I don't think the T.D.'s are turning a blind eye to it. If we can prove that they are then we should not play in their tournaments.
I've mentioned before about a data base of teams and players. Perhaps TD's need to hold to there registration deadlines. That should give them enough time to check their roster with that teams qualifying roster.
Why not make the entering team send a copy of there qualifying roster along with the roster for that tourney,these should all be on file anyway. Players entered on the roster could be tracked (w/data base) to see if they were on an upper division team. If they have to many you tell that teams mgr. you play up if you keep the players in question. With computers there is just no reason not to be able to track this stuff.
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