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Discussion: Use of illegal player/players

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Aug. 17, 2011
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Use of illegal player/players
This past weekend I was at a non-qualifying senior tournament in Silver City , NM. This area is a great venue for playing and the people are awesome. The complex is actually in Bayard outside of Silver and is dedicated to Veterans. Anyway, it appears that on sunday during the bracket games a 50's team was playing the Tucson Raodrunners 55's. When it was discovered the 50's had 1 or 2 illegal players. The team was disqualified but should further action be taken. What do you guys think?
Aug. 17, 2011
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
depends,if it is a non-qualifer and just a pick up tourney,dumped from the tourney would be good enough.might also alert the assoc as to who/what was going on with this team,but that is about it that i can see be done legally,as it is a non-qualifer....
Aug. 17, 2011
Men's 55
108 posts
I agree with mad dog since it was just a fun tournament, the T/D did what he could. It should alert the other T/D that Sportline Bulls from El Paso have done this more than once, they just happened to get caught this time, thanks to the other players that knows the coach & his tatics to win. I also agree w/slugthis the tournament was very well organized & runned.
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