The EHF parity sets the season schedule black vs white. Huge importance.
Bottom of that White may as well be Town Cs.
Not a fan of the EHF way getting it in the week after tryouts. No time to gel at all with new players/lines. Given the impact of the competition level you'll play for the next calendar season there should be a month to practice and get a better grip on your team makeup.
EHF is too quick with parity.
E9 is too late.
Parity doesn't matter for either league. Those kids (BHL and Tier white/black) are the dregs of the leagues, so who cares. Elite is where its at! Be great to see a season ending tournament between the top 4 teams each from Elite EHF vs. Elite E9. 8 teams, round robin style over a 3 game set, then playoffs between the 4 teams with the best records with and a final between the best two teams.
Get over the "elite" nonsense. Big marketing tool that a lot of people fall for. E9 and EHF will never play in a tournament against each other
Playing a summer league team right now with a mix of EHF Elite and Tier 1, E9, and BHL.
You'd be hard pressed as a neutral observer to pencil who plays for what.
Enjoy that Elite tag at 8-9-10.
Surely nothing changes.
The Elite Summer League of course