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Team Selection In The Last Four Scheduled Yorkshire League Dates Of The 2016-17 Season
Team Selection In The Last Four Scheduled Yorkshire League Dates Of The 2016-17 Season
To: All Yorkshire League Clubs
There are now four scheduled Yorkshire League dates left for the 2016-17 season.

Please note the following:
League Rule 7.9d states that:
"Within the last four scheduled games of the  League season any Club must not play in any Team a player who has played more than 50% of their games for higher sides in the current season, unless in four of the last five matches they have played for that lower side."

You should have already noted that League Rule 7.5o states the following:
"Additionally, after the end of January any player whose name has appeared on the match sheet in more than 75% of 1st team league matches cannot play for the club in a lower team league match unless permission has been obtained from the relevant Yorkshire League Secretary."

Please make sure that your team selection complies with the above (and all other) Yorkshire League Rules.
If you have any doubt or queries please contact your Division Representative.
Yorkshire League Rules

Roger Lomas
YHA Competitions Committee Chair
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Tuesday 28 February 2017 - 11:39:39;

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Date published: Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:51:41 GMT

 
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