Yes, if you are called up as a reserve for another team in your club who play in a higher division then you are also able to play for your own team in the same round/week.
On your sixth appearance for the higher team who will become a member of that team and hence no longer eligible to play for your original team.
You can play in merit order when being called up. (Glos Committee must be informed of changed prior to match taking place.)
You must enter the results within 5 days, otherwise you will be deducted 5 points. If you fail to enter the result within 14 days the match will be awarded as a 20/0 w/o to the away team.
Yes, (Glos Committee must be informed of changes prior to match taking place.)
Yes - if a match is postponed the league secretary must be informed BEFORE the date of the original match, and the email notification must be cc'd to the away team. If this notification is not received and a dispute subsequently arises the away team can claim a w/o.
PAR 15 (point a rally to 15) if players come to 14-14, players need to win by 2 points. i.e 16-14
If a fixture is not played, then : Match cancellations. If two teams agree to postpone a match they must fix a new re-scheduled date at the time the match is postponed. If the teams fail to play on the re-arranged date, the fixture shall be awarded as a –5/20 ( -3/15 for the premier division) walkover to the team team who wanted to play on the re-arranged date (as an incentive that all fixtures are played.)
If a new date is not agreed at the time a fixture is initially postponed, and the fixture is not played at a later date, and more than 48 hours notice of the cancellation was given the penalty is -10/15 ( - 8/12 in the premier division) and with less than 48 hours notice it is -10/20 ( -8 / 15 in the premier division) ( ie the penalty is one third the total number of game points available if a fixture is played.)
If any away team cancels with less than 48 hours notice then they have to pay the home team £20 to cover costs.
The 'child protection' policy was approved in the 2008 AGM. If the parent or guardian is not available to supervise the child (under 18) playing in a match, then the nominated adult who is to supervise the child must hold a DBS. England Squash have agreed to help with this process - they will provide the application form, the adult can be apply as a 'squash volunteer', and ES will help towards the cost of the application. The club which has teams with children will have to hold a form for each child, signed by their parent or guardian giving their permission for their child to play in the senior league. This form is available from the England Squash Website here. In addition, the GSA would encourage all clubs to adopt a child protection policy and code of conduct standard.
8.1. If a team turns up with 6 rather than 7 players then they can clearly still win the match but do they play their best player in the doubles and forfeit his singles match or play their worst singles player in the doubles and forfeit his singles match? Either way they are at a disadvantage, but could still win the match.
8.2. If a team turns up with 5 rather than 7 players then they can clearly still win the match but do they play their best two players in the doubles and forfeit their singles matches or play their worst two singles players in the doubles and forfeit their singles matches, either way they are at even more of a disadvantage (for turning up with two (or too) few players.)
8.3. If a team turns up with 4 rather than 7 players then they cannot win the match since they will have forfeited all three singles matches.
The whole point of the summer league is that a club can play a mix of players across all the divisions of the league so the lower league players (or older players) can play in the doubles which is a great leveller when it comes to the game.