Derek, where did you get this information? It seems a little hard to follow? In one paragraph you stated that it is supposed to be the 9th place team that plays everyone, which makes sense do to fact that they have the least chance of making the quarters, it would give them 4 games then eliminated, potentionally. Then in the next paragraph, you say they have it right with the 6th place team playing everyone, but they just stated it wrong. It makes little, to no sense.
My question still is, why the 6th seed? Did the finish to much in the middle of the pack? 7th is worse than 6th why not them?
It seems a little like the "open pool" concept attempt from NOTL a few weeks ago? Welland went from originally playing in the D final with the "open pool" concept to the A final with the standard, the way we have always done it for every tournament since I started playing masters 7 years ago, format of top of the pool is A final. You should remember that, because your team was in the B final in the "open" concept but ended up in the D final, once it was pointed out to the Commissioner Trevor Small "that you just can't change things at the last tournament." Dispite the fair warning that was given to him of the pending problem, they\he choose not to change it or even respond to the message posted.
All that I am asking for is for them to put this supposed breakdown of how it all shakes out for provincals, in writing on the website for all to see and all questions to be answered.
Buzz and our sponsors have done a fantastic job with the website, it is a great tool for information for everything but this, I think, incrediblly important topic.
Guess we should have stuck to the open pool concept and our D final and it wouldn't be my problem.
But it is still a problem for the league as a whole.
Like always its to late to change the schedule, I guess it is what it is?
I guess it is yet another issue for the AGM? I can't wait for that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 24, 2012, 12:25 AM from IP address 188.8.131.52