|ISCFASTPITCH.COM IS THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS|
|Home » News » 2011 News Archive||Friday, December 19, 2014|
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Los Angeles, CA
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
2011 ISC Out of Region Players & 2011 New Zealand Exception
Monday, January 31, 2011
For Immediate Release
The filing deadline for 2011 Out of Region players remains at May 1, 2011 and the process is the same as last year.
The player sends me an email stating, "I intend to play the 2011 ISC season with (team name). My home region is (name of home ISC region)." The 2011 team manager is to be copied.
Upon receiving the email, I will acknowledge it by return email to the player and the team manager.
On or before May 1, the team must mail me the ISC Out of Region Team Recap form and a check (or credit card info) for the appropriate fee. The Team Recap form is located at www.iscfastpitch.com click on Rules and Forms link in the left margin.
New Zealand Exception for 2011 – The New Zealand Black Sox (National team) will be touring the US and Canada from June 16 to July 8. Players on the team will not be released to club teams until the tour is completed. Because of this, it would be impossible for any New Zealand national team player to meet the ISC requirement of Out of Region players participating with the 2011 club team in an ISC Qualifier or in invitational tournaments in both June and July. The ISC Executive Committee recently approved an exception for members of the New Zealand Black Sox so they will be eligible for ISC play. Members of the New Zealand Black Sox will not have to play in a Qualifier or in a June invitational but will have to play with their 2011 team in a July invitational. There are 4-July weekends available after their North American tour ends.
This exception does not change the May 1 Out of Region due date for player email commitments and mailing the Team Recap.
While New Zealand has not yet released their team roster, we understand the majority of players will be younger players who in most cases, have not played in the US or Canada. We feel this 2011 exception will benefit both US and Canadian teams and provide a new playing opportunity for several New Zealand players. We expect to see the New Zealand roster within the next 45-60 days.
|Copyright © 2002-2014 ISC
|Designed and Hosted by Net
Powered by ReliantCMS™