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How would you stop something like this? You would need a league official signing kids into the locker rooms. And kids do not have licenses or IDs.
That’s a great point, perhaps just have some form of morality I guess would be the most reasonable option.
Actually they could stop any of this perceived stuff you are talking about. If you or your kid ever played pop warner football each team has binder that must match official roster. Those binders include a photo of kid with jersey number amd actual copy of birth cert. They have to get signed in before each game and each coach looks at the opposing teams binder. Its done primarily for age and weight in football but it also discourages bringing in ringers for a game that isnt officially rostered prior to season.
Its not rocket science but seems a bit overkill and really unless its state or high level tourney does it truly matter? And to the OP its RI do you expect anything less and if you lost to RI team well..
Who really gives a ****....its the RI Saints....Its basically "Glorified" Town Hockey...Nothing more...:laughing: :laughing:
What if this kid pays and plays for 2 different teams in 2 separate leagues (e9/ahl/bhl and an EHF color for example), why is that against the rules and considered 'cheating'? Its a lot of hockey and the kid should be given kudos to want to play that much hockey at such an early age if that's the case.
However, if it's clearly a non-rostered player, well we all know that's not right.
E9 elite players cannot play down! American players cannot play down in National as well. R.I. Saints are the biggest sbag org in New England!! And there’s a few close at 2nd!!
Shame on the BHL for breaking their own rostering policy rules! A buck is a buck I guess!! Long live Dbag youth hockey leagues
you didn't read or comprehend what I wrote. What if the player played E9 AND another team in another league such as the EHF. Regarding 'playing down', if he was playing E9 and then also a team for EHF - he would be playing up not down