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You can find all the CMSA rules on the website, however, for convenience, here’s the rules that you may find the most helpful.

Number of games a player may play up:

Whether a game is classed as round-robin, regular league, or play-off game once a player has been registered, that player is allowed to “play up” for a total of SIX games per team in any one season during the regular league, play-off or cross-over games. Exhibition, Pre-Season, Provincials, Inter-Cities, City Finals, Fall Season and Tournaments games do not count towards the total of SIX maximum play-up games per team.

SIX games is the total number of games allowed per team for the player. The play-up may be with any team within their own Member or with another Member. After playing SIX “play-up” games with one particular team, in order to play on that team again for the remainder of the season; the player must transfer prior to the SEVENTH game.

Any player playing up with a team requested by another Member must have written permission from a team or Member representative. Failure to comply would be a violation of Section VI: – Player Recruitment.

No player will be permitted to transfer after the transfer deadline therefore any team playing a “play-up” player past the player’s 6th (sixth) game per team maximum after the transfer deadline will forfeit the game.

Play Up Rules:

1. Tier I – a Tier I player can only play up for a Tier I team in a higher age group.

2. Tier II – a Tier II player can only play up for a Tier I team in the same age group or for a Tier I or II team in a higher age group.

3. Tier III – a Tier III player can only play up for a Tier I or II team in the same age group or for a Tier I, II, or III team in a higher age group.

4. Tier IV – a Tier IV player can only play up for a Tier I, II or III team in the same age group or for a Tier I, II, III or IV team in a higher age group.

5. Tier V – a Tier V player can only play up for a Tier I, II, III or IV team in the same age group or for a Tier I, II, III, IV or V team in a higher age group.

6. Tier VI – a Tier VI player can only play up for a Tier I, II, III, IV or V team in the same age group or for a Tier I, II, III, IV, V or VI team in a higher age group.

7. U10 Tier A – depending on which sub Division the U10 Tier a player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group or for any Tier I, II or III team in a higher age group.

8. U10 Tier B – depending on which sub Division the U10 Tier B player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group, or for any U10 Tier A team, and for any Tier I, II, III, IV or V team in a higher age group.

9. U10 Tier C – depending on which sub Division the U10 Tier C player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group, or for any U10 Tier A or B team, and for any Tier I, II, III, IV, V or VI team in a higher age group.

10. U10 Tier D – depending on which sub Division the U10 Tier D player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group, or for any U10 Tier A, B or C team, and for any Tier I, II, III, IV, V or VI team in a higher age group.

11. U9 Tier A – depending on which sub Division the U9 Tier a player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group, or for U10 Tier A, or for any Tier I, II or III team in a higher age group.

12. U9 Tier B – depending on which sub Division the U9 Tier B player is playing in, they can only play up for a team in a higher sub Division in the same age group, or for any U9 Tier A team, or for any U10 Tier A or B team, or for any Tier I, II, III, IV or V team in a higher age group.

13. U8 – a U8 player can play up for any team within the U8 age group or with any team in U9 & U10.

14. For groups that have a seeding round, for the duration of the seeding round, you cannot play for any other team within your Tier grouping or Division other than your own. For example, in the U10 Tier C seeding round, you cannot play for any other team in Tier C for your age group but you can play for any Tier A or B team. Once the seeding round is completed, the rules above are to be followed.

Once the seeding round is completed and the team has been designated as C-1, C-2 and so on, the above rules will apply.

15. Any Tiers (I-VI) that have Pool A and B, players cannot play across within that Tier. Pools within a Tier only exist to facilitate competition and scheduling within the Tier.

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