Originally Posted by anjordan77
So for 5man CFOA can we say this:
Never Played a tourney before = Beginner
Division 3 NPPL = Division 3/4 PSP = Rookie CFOA?
Division 2 NPPL = Division 2 PSP = Novice CFOA
Division 1 NPPL = Division 1 PSP = Am CFOA
Semi Pro/Pro NPPL = Pro PSP = not allowed in CFOA
Beginner CFOA team can only have Beginner Players
Rookie CFOA Team can have 1 Novice CFOA Member per above
Novice CFOA Team can have 1 Am CFOA Member per above.
No Pro Players allowed in any division. Any player from a team that finished top whatever in cfoa 5man last year is now considered AM CFOA.
Players from other leagues can go down in their status One level after 12 months of inactivity in those leagues? (eg. D1 NPPL player with 12 months off = Considered Novice CFOA Player)
if you have played any event with cfoa in the past 12 months you are considered the level player of the highest division you played in. (eg. billy played beginner, then played a tourney as novice 4 months ago now billy is considered a Novice Player)
i'm just trying to figure this out. I would think you want to promote D2 teams from psp/nppl to play the cfoa as novice, but maybe you are trying to say a D3 NPPL/PSP team = Novice CFOA Team?
Never played more than a local tournament before = CFOA Beginner
PSP D4 or D5 = CFOA Rookie
NPPL D3 or PSP D3 = CFOA Novice
NPPL D2 or PSP D2 = CFOA Amateur
NPPL D1 or PSP D1 = D1
NPPL Pro, Semi-Pro, or NXL, Open = PRO
Beginner teams can have one rookie player,
Rookie teams can have one novice player,
Novice teams can have one amateur player.
No pro players allowed.
Players will carry their NPPL/PSP classification forward into the CFOA. Their National level playing classification will determine where they are classified in the CFOA, unless they have no (or limited) national classification, which would cause them to be classified at their higher local status. Hope that makes sense.