SRWL Team Rep Responsibilities and IMPORTANT Facts to share with your Team
1. Any changes to the first half of the league schedule must be made before October 31st of the current year.
2. Any changes to the second half of the league must be made before January 17th of the following year.
3. Arrangements for rescheduled games after the above deadlines must be done 1 week before the game is scheduled to be played.
4. Teams may forfeit a game with 1 weeks notice to the league administrator. Teams who forfeit will not be penalized. Their opponents may use the scheduled gym time for a team practice.
5 Not showing up for a game and/ or not notifying 1 week in advance of the cancellation will result in a default. As per our constitution, one default will require the payment of the first $150 default cheque given to the SRWL at the beginning of the season. A second default will require payment of a second default cheque and results in the removal of the defaulting team from the league and no refund of league fees.
To be eligible for playoffs players need to play at least 7 games. Check the scoresheets carefully before and after the game for jersey numbers and players names to match and be correct. If the player does not score be sure there is a zero under their name as that’s how the league counts games played, by points scored.
Eligible players may be added to a team’s roster until the first game after
the New Year. After that time teams wishing to add new players must petition to
the league administrator in writing for approval in cases where an emergency has
occurred (injuries, transfers etc.) and a new player is needed by a team.
A player not on a team’s roster is an ineligible player. Any team using an
ineligible player forfeits the game.
No player may be on the roster of more than one team, and once a player
has played for one team, (except for Masters) he is an ineligible player for any
other team during that season. Violations will be subject to review by the
No roster shall include any person on the roster of any university, college or
high school basketball team during that same season of play, unless approval of
the Executive Committee is first obtained.
Required is a letter signed by a parent/guardian and the player’s coach. High school students who are not playing on a high school team that are in
grade twelve (12) may apply to the league administrator to play in the league.
Required is a letter signed by a parent or guardian. Such players must be placed
on a team’s roster by December 1st of the season. Application must be in writing
to the league administrator before that player may play in a league game.
Required is a letter signed by a parent or guardian.
No roster shall include any person under the age of 18 years, unless approval
of the Executive Committee is first obtained.