Originally Posted by kansasassassin
Richard you have a very good point. But in no way shape or form did I waiver from APPA. If your referencing to the Summer Fun Event by me not allowing Zach Collins to play a D5 tournament. That was my mistake, I thought he had to much experience to play in that tournament. But which next time if there is a D5 event I will stay true to what ever APPA lists a player as. But also the only reason I even asked the boys to move up this year was because they place top 4 each beginner event last year and also took 1st at a Elite Sports Complex event in Beginner. I thought with they performances during the season they would do just fine in Rookie. Im not wanting to start an arguement. But I do like to stick very close to who is allowed to play a division based on APPA ranking. But if you wish since the boys are Beginner APPA ranked I will let them participate in the Beginner division. And realistically the beginner division shouldnt be called "BEGINNER", Like Mr. Carter said it probably should be called Competitor.
Thacker its on the first page, Second post
The you probably remember the meltdown at ess Wichita. Lost 10 straight until the player I had to pay to play showed up 3 hours late.
Zach issue doesn't really stick with me unless the guy with 4 national events played that event to Zach's zero national experience.
Ok here's a way to look at it. Example:
I need a D3 player to play the ess Lawrence with a couple 14 year old boys. You must be able to pay your own way! Anybody? Anybody?
Yeah I didn't thinks so!
Or how about this:
I need a D3 Player to play the ess Lawrence with a couple 14 year old boys. I pay your fees and paint and you keep your winnings!
I'll bet my email will blow up with the 2 offer.
To me, that's what you asked me to do.