HOW MANY PLAYERS CAN I SIGN ON A MATCHDAY?
You can sign TWO players on per League Match. There is romm to sign both players on the same form which is available in the [DOWNLOADS] section
CAN I SIGN PLAYERS ON A MATCHDAY FOR A CUP TIE?
Yes - for domestic Cup matches (Landlords Trophy, League Cup and Supplementary Cup. In addition, players need to have appeared (as a starter or a substitute) for their team a minimum of THREE times in the League or Cup (Landlords or League Cup) to qualify to appear in a semi-final or final.
NOTE: YOU MAY NOT REGISTER PLAYERS ON A MATCHDAY FOR THE SEYMOUR MEMORIAL TROPHY.
CAN I TRANSFER TO A CLUB AND THEN BACK AGAIN TO MY OLD CLUB/ANOTHER CLUB?
As long as your forms are correctly completed and the relevant fee is paid, you can transfer as many times as you like. Beware though - if you play for a team in any Cup you will not be able to play in the same cup again for a different team. You cannot transfer after the 24th May without special permission from the management committee.
WHAT IS THE CUT-OFF DATE FOR REGISTERING PLAYERS?
24th May. No registrations or transfers will be accepted after this date except by special permission of the LMC.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I SUSPECT THAT MY OPPONENTS HAVE PLAYED AN INELIGIBLE PLAYER?
If you suspect that an ineligible player may be about to take the field against you, in the first instance you need to notify your match official who will make a note of your allegation.
PLEASE NOTE: Your match official is not responsible for preventing the player from taking part unless he can positively identify an offence. i.e. the match official recognises the player and knows that he is not listed on the team sheet and/or listed under a false name.
If you have a camera phone, take a picture of the alleged offender and then contact the League Secretary in writing including any supporting evidence.
PLEASE NOTE: This type of offence is taken very seriously and every effort will be made to bring any offender to book. However, this is often difficult to prove so you must endeavour to provide as much evidence as possible.