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Discussion: Player classification

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Nov. 14, 2006
Men's 60
38 posts
Player classification
Does any one know is there a place to view the rules on player classification?

If you played on a Major team (same year) and move up a age division do you remain a major player? Also is there a ruling about how many players from a higher classification you are allowed on a lower team, example how many Major players are allowed to play AAA or AAA players are allowed to play on AA team?

Thanks for the help.
Nov. 14, 2006
Men's 65
3146 posts
Here is the link to the SPA rule. For player classification go to page 2.
Nov. 14, 2006
Rookie 50
5 posts
is the SPA rule the same as the other associatons? cant seem to find the classifacation rules on any other Sites.
Nov. 14, 2006
Men's 65
3146 posts
I don't know. Maybe someone from SSUSA will reply.
Nov. 14, 2006
Men's 50
535 posts
MIKE C: TO the left, u will c, TEAM RATINGS & SUMMIT. If, u click on this; then when the new page comes up. If, one scholls down, @ the bottomof that page, one will c the following::

If you have a question regarding the ratings, changes in team names, disbanded teams, or teams that have moved up in age group, or information concerning a team's ratings, you can contact any of the three members of the Ratings Committee listed on the appeals form.

CLICK on APPEALS FORM. This should get u to the right person(s).

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