Summary of Rule Changes

Summary of Changes to OCSL Rules and Regulations

  • NSF fines will also include any chargeback dispute fines with PayPal
  • If a club elects to not run a team in a team position they hold they will lose their right to that spot
  • Players can play on register on multiple teams, but not within the same division, and can only have 1 competitive registration
  • Modifications to the Play Up Chart:
    • MR1/OT1 can only play up to Competitive or MR1/OT1
    • MR2/OT2 and down can play up to any MR/OT division or competitive division
  • Reserve teams must be a competitive team from within their own club
  • There are changes to the fee tables
  • Clubs or teams must notify the OCSL office in writing at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled kick off time if they are not able to field a team. Less than 24 hours of notice will be subject to corrective action.
    • Any Match Official fees may also be assessed to the defaulting team
    • Competitive teams that default a game more than 24 hours in advance of the kick off may be subject to corrective action.
    • Competitive teams may also be fined the cost of the field if the defaulting team is not the permit holders
      • The field costs will be returned to the permit holder as an account credit if the field costs are fined
  • If the referee judges the field to be unfit to play, the club holding the permit to the field may be issued a fine.
  • Any team which fails to field the allowable minimum number of players at any time after the match has commenced shall be considered to have failed to appear and they shall default the game. The defaulting team may be subject to fines. The score shall appear as 2-0 for their opposition or the score at the time the game was stopped, whichever score is more beneficial to the remaining team.
    • Any Match Official fees may also be assessed to the defaulting team
    •  Competitive teams may also be fined the cost of the field if the defaulting team is not the permit holders
    • The field costs will be returned to the permit holder as an account credit
  • Players under the age of 18 are allowed to register for a OCSL team, however they must have a signed waiver on file with the OCSL prior to playing their first game
  • The EODSA will bill OCSL the referee fees for any games that are not completed or are defaulted. If it is determined there is a team at fault for the non-completion of a game (ie. Defaults the game, fails to maintain 7 players, or forces the abandonment of the game) the OCSL will bill the club for the Match Official fees of that game. If there is no one team at fault for the non-completion (ie weather forces the abandonment) the OCSL will bill both clubs participating in the game 50% of the match official fees for that game.
  • Competitive team outfield players must wear matching shorts and socks.
  • Each team at minimum must have two team officials and/or coaches and/or managers listed in the OCSL Website as contacts.

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