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Discussion: Player released and playing on another team in same age group

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July 30, 2022
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Player released and playing on another team in same age group
My understanding of this rule is a player can play in his age group on one team, get released, and play on one other team in that same age group in the same season. He cannot be released again and play for another team in the same age group, including the original team that released him the first time. The season includes all sanctioned events in SSUSA for the entire season including Winter Worlds even though that event was in a different year, but was part of the next year roster event.
July 31, 2022
Men's 55
148 posts

You are correct in your understanding with the one exception.

One Worlds in Las Vegas are over, all team rosters are reset. A player that has been released and added to a team in the same age bracket. If he is released again before Worlds he cant be added to another roster until basically October 15.

I believe there is an exception. If the second team that adds a player folds, then the player
who was added to the second team can then get added to a new team.

Hope this helps.

Bill Dodge
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