The Additional Registration
Form can be downloaded below. Completed additional registration forms must
be e-mailed by a Club Delegate to
firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date.
1. A separate form should be
used for each player.
2. An additional registration
is only effective when the form has been emailed to the Chairman of the Match &
Permit Committee (email@example.com).
3. It is the
responsibility of the Club to check to ensure that this registration form
has been received by the Chairman of the Match & Permit Committee.
4. Contact will only be made
with the Club if it is deemed that the player is unacceptable to be
registered in the requested grade. This contact can be at any time during
5. Entries for additional
registrations close prior to the third last home and away match of the
season (Round 12).
6. Any appeal against
the refusal of an additional registration must be lodged within 10 days of
the Club being advised of the decision. Appeals lodged outside this
timeframe will not be considered.
Rulings in relation to
additional registrations and deregistrations
1. Additional Registrations can be lodged at
any time. The “received” date of additional registrations is the date it has
been emailed to the Chairman of the Match & Permit Committee. If additional
registrations are received after the closing date, they will not be
2. Once received, additional registrations will
be automatically accepted on the following conditions:
(a) An additional registration will not be considered if it will increase
the total number of registered players in a Ladies/Mens team to more than 8 players, or more than 6 players of the same
gender in a Mixed team. In such cases, a deregistration is required.
(b) They will be checked immediately by the Chairman of the Match & Permit
Committee against records, and if any player is obviously too strong for the
grade, registration will be refused and the Club notified immediately; or
(c) During the time that matches are played, if the player is deemed to be
too strong, the Match & Permit Committee will revoke the registration and
the Club will be immediately notified, with no penalty attached, unless the
player is obviously too strong for the grade, in which case there will be a
loss of games for the last match played.
3. If an additional registration is refused or
(a) The Club may apply to additionally register the player in a higher
(b) All matches already played count as emergency matches. Penalties will
apply if a player plays for a fourth time as an emergency after the
additional registration has been refused or revoked, even if the fourth
match is in a higher grade.
(c) If a player plays again in the same team after an additional
registration has been refused, the penalty will be loss of games.
(a) An appeal against the refusal of an additional registration or a
decision that a player is “too strong” for a particular team, must be lodged
within 10 calendar days of the Club being advised of the decision. Appeals
lodged outside this timeframe will not be considered.
(b) Once an appeal has been lodged, the player concerned cannot play again
in any team without the permission of the Chairman of the Match and Permit
Committee until the appeal has been decided by the Committee.
(c) If the player does play in a higher team:
(i) The “protest” will automatically lapse and the original decision upheld;
(ii) Normal penalties will be imposed (if necessary) i.e. 4th time emergency
5. If a player is deregistered once the
season has commenced, he/she cannot play for the team for the remainder
of the season.
(a) Once submitted, a deregistration cannot be cancelled. Penalty for
playing in that particular team after deregistration is a loss of games.
(b) The player remains locked into the Club concerned for the remainder of
the season and cannot play for another Club.
(c) The player concerned can, however, be additionally registered in a
higher team or play in a higher team as an emergency player.
6. If a player is deregistered prior to the
season commencing, the player is a "free agent", and if he/she wishes to
play for the same Club in another team, or for a different Club, the Club
must put in an additional registration form.