Recreational Rules - January 2018 

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Call Up Cheat Sheet 

Recreational Teams (MR and WR) 

  • Teams may call up a maximum of 4 players per game. 
    • Players can only play up 6 times per season 
    • Teams must complete a call up form, either on paper (and submitted to the referee with the game sheets) or electronically (and electronically added to the game sheet) 
  • MR1 players can only play up to competitive. All other MR teams can borrow a player from any other MR or TO team.
  • Teams wishing to use a player from another club need to obtain a Temporary Eligibility Permit from their District Office. 
    • A player is limited to 3 TEP’s per season.
  • If a team would like to give a non-registered player a trial, the team can apply for a Trial Registration Permit with their District Office 
    • This player must not be registered anywhere 
    • This permit is good for 3 games in 30 days 
    • A player is limited to 2 TRP’s in a season, and they must be with different clubs. 

 

OT35, OT45 and OT50 

  • Teams may call up a maximum of 4 players per game. 
    • Players can only play up 6 times per season 
    • Teams must complete a call up form, either on paper (and submitted to the referee with the game sheets) or electronically (and electronically added to the game sheet) 
  • OT (35, 45 or 50) teams can borrow a player from any other MR (excluding MR1) or OT team (as long as they qualify by age). 
    • Teams cannot borrow a player from a team in the other conference of their division. 
  • Teams wishing to use a player from another club need to obtain a Temporary Eligibility Permit from their District Office. 
    • A player is limited to 3 TEP’s per season.
  • If a team would like to give a non-registered player a trial, the team can apply for a Trial Registration Permit with their District Office 
    • This player must not be registered anywhere 
    • This permit is good for 3 games in 30 days 
    •  A player is limited to 2 TRP’s in a season, and they must be with different clubs.

Trial Permit Information - A Trial Registration Permit allows an unregistered player to play 3 games on a specified team within a club on a Trial basis or all the games in a tournament.

Temporary Eligibility Permit Information - A TEP allows a registered player to play a game with a team from a different club than the club they are registered with. The team must be playing at a higher Age/ Division level than the registered player.

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