Go By Registration Numbersby RATINGS SOLUTION? (Login titanz43)Would it make sense to rate organizations by the number of kids they register at that level rep & house league.
So for example at Peewee the 16 organizations that have the highest amount of rep & house league peewee players registered are our 16 "A" teams
Make all groups the same size and make large organizations be accountable for the luxury they have in when they have depth.
Every organization would have the option to appeal to play up but not down.
When you only have 18 players in your organization at every level and you can coach & play at the same level as organizations that register 100 kids at every level does what does that mean.
To me this seems like a simple solution to our ratings problem.
2nd & 3rd teams in each org would also be grouped by registration numbers.
How do you get a spot on the OLA to be a part of the ratings process?
Posted on Aug 6, 2012, 5:39 PM
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2011 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
Tyke: Whitby (A), Kitchener (B), Burlington (C), Oshawa (D), Kahnawake (E)
Novice: Whitby (A), Six Nations (B), NOTL (C), West Durham (D), Newmarket (E)
Peewee: Whitby (A), Brampton (B), Toronto Stars (C), Kahnawake (D), Halton Hills 2 (E)
Bantam: Whitby (A), Mississauga (B), Kahnawake (C), Kitchener 2 (D)
Midget: Orangeville (A), Burlington (B), Arthur (C), Kawartha (D)
Intermediate: Brampton (A), Markham (B), Clarington 2 (C)