Summer Call-Up Information
Call-up players to a NCISL team
- to see what team can call-up from what other teams, check the "player loan"
rules on the NCISL site
- 2012 info:
- You can only call on players registered in the NCISL.
- Any women's team can call on players from any other women's team.
- Men can call on players from teams in divisions 1-above them or divisions
below, but not from within the same division.
- Fill in the "player loan" permit (under the "Games" tab) and give it to
the ref with your game sheets before your game.
- After the game, fill out the player loan info in your game report.
Call-up players to an OCSL team
- to see what team can call-up from what other teams, check the call-up
table in the FAQ on the OCSL site under About/FAQs
- 2012 info:
- rec. teams can call up players from any OCSL rec. team with a bigger
division number so long as the player meets your age requirement (if you have
- men can call on women but not vice-versa
- W30+ can call on any of the WR teams and vice-versa.
- The men's Masters (over-50) can call on any of the MR teams and vice-versa.
- you can call up from any league considered to be
less-skilled than the OCSL.
That may include the NCISL and the RA league and others. You
will have to check with the EODSA to find out.
- you can call-up a maximum of 3 players
- a player can be called up to your (or any other higher level team) a maximum of 3 times. This can be tricky. You need to be sure the player knows this.
- make sure the player brings his/her player card to your game!
- to call-up a player within the club, use the OCSL playing up permit.
Look on the OCSL web site under
Forms/play up permit. You need to get it signed by the team whose players
you are raiding. (Get a blank signed at the beginning of the year and
photocopy it when you need it.)
- to call up a player from another club within the OCSL or another league, you will
need the Temporary Registration Permit (TRP) from the EODSA website. Look under Registration
/ forms / registration permits.
- Get everything you need for the TRP set up at the beginning of the season:
- Fill in all the general items on the form -- the club names and
numbers, the team names and numbers.
- Get the signature and card number of an exec on the club you are
borrowing from. (If borrowing from the NCISL, you need the NCISL
admin's signature -- Dawn Dinsdale in 2012)
- Ask Spitfires if the exec will allow you to charge the club for
your TRPs. If so, ask them to e-mail the EODSA with blanket approval for
you. Then, you'll be able to scan/e-mail the forms to the EODSA and
they'll email the stamped & approved form back; otherwise, you'll have
to go to the office in person and pay for each one when you need it. (Cost
$5.00 in 2012)
- Example data from Lynwood so Lynwood W30+ players could play on WR1 in 2007:
- Club name: Lynwood, number 0734
- Team name: Lynwood Centennials, number 0734 W301
- Check the "permit to play in a higher level"
- Club name: Spitfires, number 0740
- Team name: Spitfires WR1, number 0740 WR1 (Ask the club registrar
for your team number or look on your official roster if you have it.)
- League = OCSL, registration number 5117
- Club executive name, signature and card number. The
Lynwood president had no problem with signing a blank for me. So I copied and used it as often as I wanted. :)
2013 note: The EODSA has this year allowed clubs to give coaches "signing authority". I assume you could ask them if a coach is allowed to sign for a club.
- When you need a player for a game, copy your blank and fill in:
- the card number and name of player playing up.
- the dates
- If you are allowed to charge the club for your TRPs and the club has
cleared it with the EODSA, you can e-mail your filled out form to the EODSA.
They will send back a stamped, approved copy. Print it.
- If not, take your filled out form to the EODSA office and hand over
$5.00 in return for 2 stamped copies.
- In either case, give an approved copy to the ref.
- If the player ends up not playing, e-mail the fact to the EODSA or
take all the TRP copies back to the EODSA office & they'll refund
your/the club's $5.00 and make sure that this game doesn't count against the
3 times/player maximum.