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Discussion: 65 age playing in 60 division
|Aug. 19, 2011|
|65 age playing in 60 division|
It seems that there is a differce in eligibility between SSUSA and SPA as to playing in two age divisions. My questions is:
Is a player allowed to play on a 65 AAA and a 60 Major team?
Example: Played in a National event with 60 Major and has already qualified for nationals with a 65 AAA team. Can the player play still play with the 65 AAA?
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