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Regina Men’s Basketball League
Objects: The objects of the League shall be to foster, improve, and perpetuate the game of basketball in the city of Regina, and to encourage any team entered in the League to enter into provincial competition.
1) Administration of the League
iii) The officers shall be accountable to the membership at large.
vii) Two officers and half of the representatives from the teams shall constitute a “quorum” for the purpose of an Executive meeting.
viii) “First Meeting of Season”
It will be the responsibility of the President to form a General Meeting of the League no later than 30 days prior to the start of league play. The President will be responsible for personally notifying all Executive Officers of the first meeting of the season no later than September 1st prior to the start of League play.
2) Functions of Executive Officers
iii) Places unassigned players
vii) Prepares a financial statement for the league following each season
viii) Receives and maintains all documents and records (or copies) relative to the operation of the league (this includes minutes of meetings, budgets, schedules, and all incoming or outgoing correspondence)
xii) Responsible to re-schedule cancelled and/or postponed games and obtain respective officials, referees and facilities
xiii) Responsible for all public relations of the league
xiv) Keeps statistics for the league
xvi) Arranges the league windup
xvii) Draws up a schedule for tournament
Amendment of By-laws:
Constitution and by-laws may be amended by two-thirds majority of the Executive Members present at any meeting.
1) Eligibility of players
A player will be deemed ineligible to participate in league play if he participates in three games or more under another organized basketball league structure (which in the view of the Executive has conflicting game times) during the period of regular season play. This excludes games played in tournaments.
1) Registration of Teams and Players
If Article IV 1) a) is not met a $50 fine is applied for each game played by a team before a roster is submitted.
A team who allows an ineligible player to participate in a game forfeits the game.
Fee to be paid by the team are only accepted in two forms: cheques and etransfer (email@example.com).
If paying by cheque, two cheques will be given to the Treasurer at the registration meeting. One cheque, dated for that day, for the amount of $1,500.00 of the fees (plus the performance bond) will be given at the start of the meeting. There will be a fine of $100 per week late.
Another cheque for the amount of the remainder of the fees owed will be given to the Treasurer and will be submitted before the 2nd Shuffle. A fine of $100 per week will be imposed. If not paid in full before the start of the 3rd shuffle, the team will be removed from the league and put at the bottom of the waitlist.
The appropriate cash amounts ($2,500.00 or $2,700.00 for a new team) may be paid on or prior to the dates mentioned above.
Any team not complying with ARTICLE IV shall be deemed “ineligible” for league play and immediately rejected from the league.
1) Rules of Play
No game should commence play, for any reason, later than 15 minutes after it’s scheduled starting time. A game not starting at least 15 minutes after it’s starting time will be automatically cancelled and not rescheduled.
No game should commence play prior to its scheduled starting time.
If three teams are tied -with the same amount of wins- head-to-head match-up is the first tie-breaking method. If each team has beaten each other the next tie-breaking method is points for and against in the games (only between the teams tied). The team that has fared the best (+/-) against the teams in question will move up. This will be used for teams moving down as well however it would be the team with the worst (+/-) will move down to the next division down.
1) Player Suspension
iii) Suspensions from Part i and ii are additive.
A player who is charged with fighting will be immediately disqualified from the game and will be suspended for five (5) games. The referee shall note this incident on the back of the scoresheet. The second occurrence of fighting will result in the player being suspended for the remainder of the season. A player who is charged with fighting will have no right to appeal. The referee’s decision will be final.
A player who is disqualified for any reason other than five (5) personal fouls, two (2) technicals, or fighting will be suspended for one (1) game. The referee shall note this incident on the back of the scoresheet.
It is the individual player’s and their team’s responsibility to enforce suspensions. The Executive Officers will monitor player suspensions.
Player Discipline System
A player who punches or physically abuses an official will receive a minimum 1 year suspension (calendar year). A second offence will result in a lifetime ban of the player from Regina Men’s Basketball League.
A player who excessively verbally abuses an official will receive a minimum 2 game suspension or more at the discretion of the executive depending on the situation. If a second offence occurs the player will receive a minimum of a 5 game suspension or more at the discretion of the executive depending on the situation. A third offence will result in a minimum of a full calendar year ban from the league or more at the discretion of the league.
A player who plays over aggressively and creates excessive contact with or without the intent to injure a player will face a minimum 3 game suspension.
If a player plays when he is suspended his team will forfeit the game. The opposing team will be awarded the victory. The player is not allowed back until he serves his suspension.
Fighting. If a fight occurs in a game the players involved will receive a minimum of a 5 game suspension or more at the discretion of the league executives. If a player is in a second fight in a season, he will receive a 1-year suspension minimum.
2) Team suspension
1) Cancellation of Games
1) Grievance Committee
Our league is full but click here to signup & submit your information to join our player waitlist. Your information will be available to team captains and as-needed they will contact individuals on the waitlist.