2017 - 2018 Rules
2017 / 2018 Rules 

2017 - 2018 Rules

 

Greater Volusia Tennis League

1. ELIGIBILITY

  1. All players shall be members of the GVTL and at least 18 years of age. In the 50 and 60 age divisions, players must be of the required age prior to, or during, the current calendar year.
     
  2. Facilities for league play shall be located in Volusia or Flagler counties, and shall provide a minimum of two courts (lighted for night play). Facilities must also meet the minimum standard requirements.

MINIMUM STANDARDS

  • Restroom available at each location for duration of match play.
  • Water available at each location. If none is available, home team should furnish. If specialty water is preferred individual player should bring their own.
  • Telephone available at each site. If none is available, home team should furnish.
  • Court conditions and lights must be in working order.
  • Any variation from the above should be reported to the GVTL office.
  1. Team Limitation: to field teams, facilities must adhere to the following;

No. Of Courts No. of Teams
2 courts Facility is limited to 1 Team at same time/day/night slot
4 courts Facility is limited to 2 Teams at same time/day/night slot
6 courts Facility is limited to 4 Teams at same time/day/night slot
8 courts Facility is limited to 5 Teams at same time/day/night slot
10 or more courts Facility is limited to 6 Teams at same time/day/night slot
The signature of the club pro or manager or recreation director is required on all team rosters. This will assure the GVTL office that all the above requirements have been met.

  1. Any facility that is at their limit of teams based on the number of courts at their facility may apply for a special waiver to be able to submit an additional team. Supporting information must  be submitted with the application to explain and/or justify the need for the waiver. The Scheduling Committee would issue this waiver after review of the information submitted by the club. The decision would not be given until after the roster deadline to determine the ability to accommodate the request.
     
  2. A team shall consist of the required number of players, (depending on the division,) of the same gender eligible to compete at a specific level of competition.
     
  3. A player is eligible to play on only one team at a specific level of competition within the division.  Level of competition is defined as – Open; 4.5; 4.0; 3.5; 3.0; 2.5; 6.5; 7.5; 8.0; 8.5. Division is defined as Day; Night; Night Doubles; 50; 60; Lite; Mixed;  Night Express; Combo; Singles.
     

2. TEAM ROSTERS

  1. The league shall consist of divisions with levels of play within each division as determined by the GVTL Board.
     
  2. Team rosters, prepared on the Team Roster form, must be received by the league coordinator within the time and date designated by the Board.
     
  3. A $25.00 penalty fee will be assessed to a team or club if a team roster is submitted incorrectly marked for division or level and the mistake requires league office to issue new schedules.
     
  4. There is no limit to the number of players on a team roster.
     
  5. Cash will not be accepted as payment for the league fee; Use personal check, money order, or cashier check made out to the GVTL. Refunds will only be made if the league is unable to provide play in a particular division/level.
     
  6. All team rosters must be signed by either the club manager, club pro, or recreation director.
     
  7. Each roster shall include the type or types of surface at each facility.  At facilities having both surfaces (hard / clay) a courtesy call by the home captain should be made at least 24 hours before play indicating the type of surface to be used for that match.
     
  8. League office must be notified of additions to team rosters prior to play. Leave player's name on voice mail if office is closed. League fee is due no later than one week from the time the player plays in a team match. Fees not received in the GVTL office within the one-week requirement will result in a penalty in accordance with Rule 9. Failure to respond to notice will result in dismissal of the team.
     
  9. Additions to team rosters will not be allowed for a team's last 2 matches scheduled for the year ending season of 2017 / 2018.
     
  10. An additional league fee will be required for anyone changing teams after November 1st.  Players who notify the league office of dropping from a team roster may be added to another roster, providing another league fee is paid.
     
  11. Any team that chooses, at the end of the first session, to merge players with another team or divide to form another team in that division, will not be eligible for the playoff or awards.
    (Ex: Men’s 3.5 night team won the first session, and then decided to merge with another 3.5 night team to form one team, they would not be eligible for the playoff at the end of the season or for any awards.)( Ex.  Women's Day 60 & Over 2.5 won the first session, and then decided to merge with another Day 60 & Over 2.5 team.  They will not be eligible for the playoff at the end of the season for any awards)

  12. New teams being added for the Second Session, if available, will be required to pay a $30.00 processing fee in addition to the $40.00 individual league fee. Transferring of fees will not be allowed. Any additions to the new team for the remainder of the season will pay $40.00.
     
  13. Players being added to existing teams during the Second Session will pay $40.00. A player added to the roster in the final 4 weeks of the Second Session will be charged $15.00.
     

3.  PLAYER RATINGS

  1. Teams must play at the level of the highest rated player.
     
  2. Players will be required to play at the rated level, as a minimum, issued by the computer or qualified GVTL Verifier.  Players may only play or sub up one level highter that what their actual rating.  Ex.  Player rated 2.5 may play only or sub only up to a 3.0 team.
     
  3. New Player: This player has never participated in the Greater Volusia Tennis League.
    Requirement: a qualified GVTL verifier must rate Player. A signed verification is required.

  4. If a player desires a higher or lower rating, the information in f and g below will be considered.  Player must submit a written request and player profile sheet (displayed on website) and fee for rating change consideration.  Appeal committee will review all information and issue a rating.
     
  5. Player who has previously participated in GVTL but is not listed in the current Level List for the past two GVTL seasons will be considered a “new player” and must meet the requirements set forth in 3c above.
     
  6. A $10.00 fee is required for anyone wishing to have his or her rating reviewed.
     
  7. The computer issues the rating based on the following information:
  • Player’s individual rating and match play
  • Opponents’ ratings and match play
  • Partner’s individual rating and match play
  • Match results (2 or 3 sets)
  • Number of matches played
     

4. APPEALS FOR COMPUTER RATING

A. APPEALS COMMITTEE

  1. Committee will be appointed by the GVTL President.
     
  2. Committee will consist of 5 members with a minimum of two tennis professionals.
     
  3. No more than one board member (pro or player) from any one club will serve at the same time.
     
  4. Any tennis professional who issued a rating that is being appealed or whose player is appealing, cannot participate as a committee member concerning that particular appeal.
     
  5. Any board member representing the club(s) of the appealing cannot participate as a committee member concerning that particular appeal.
     
  6. A majority vote will rule.
     
  7. The following are some factors to be considered by the committee when acting on an appeal.
    1. Borderline ratings when 8 or less matches have been played
    2. For 9 or more matches, one result inconsistent with the rest that appears to have bumped the player up will be reviewed.
    3. Injury or debilitating condition.  A written request must be accompanied by an attending physician evaluation of the injury and all other substantiating information. The doctor’s report must include as a minimum: a description of the health problem, history of problem, treatment provided with dates (i.e. surgery, therapy), prognosis, and reason why player’s ability would be limited.
    4. Player is moved more than one rated level by the computer
    5. Inaccurate information reported or input error
       
  8. When a player’s rating is lowered by the appeal committee due to a health problem, that player will  be limited to the rated level of the new lower rating.  Should the player choose to play on a team at a higher level, at any time during the league season, he or she will lose the lower appeal rating and will be required to play at the higher level only.  No player that has had a rating lowered due to medical reasons may “sub up”.


B. PROCESS TO APPEAL A RATING
 

  1. Player must obtain his/her match results record from the league office for $3.00. (Any player wishing to obtain this information may do so, whether they are appealing or not.) Anyone appealing due to injury may omit this step.
     
  2. Player will need to verify all the above data for accuracy. If all the data is accurate, and further attention by the player regarding his/her rating is desired, then the following steps should be followed:
  1. An appeal must be filed in writing prior to the deadline stated when the rating is issued. (Before player plays first match)
  2. A $10 appeal fee is required to process a rating appeal.
  3. A written statement from the club or facility pro or the players team captain may be submitted.
  4. Any individual may request an upgrade of his/her current rating.  If the Certified Verifier of the playing facility agrees, he/she may submit the upgrade on a ratings sheet (no more than one full point) to the GVTL administrator prior to their first match.  In the event a player is from a facility without a Certified Verifier, then he/she must ask for a rating review from a Certified Verifier at another facility.  An additional upgrade, if given, cannot be considered for at least two seasons thereafter.  There will be a $5.00 fee to the GVTL for this upgrade to defray the expense.
     

5.  MATCH PLAY

  1. League play for the GVTL will consist of one season. The GVTL rules and format will govern play for the entire 2017 / 2018 season.
     
  2. All team matches should be played on the day and at the time designated. Any rescheduled matches should be played in accordance with Rule 10, Weather Postponement. All matches must be played on the type of surface designated on the team roster. Both team captains must agree upon any exceptions.
     
  3. The Coman format must be used for all tie breaks.  The seven point (set) tie break is used for each set.  The ten point (match) tie break is used to determine the winner for the best of 2 set match in the event of a tie.
    In the Coman tiebreak the ends are changed after the first point, then after every four points (i.e., after the 5th, 9th, 13th, 17th points, etc.), and at the conclusion of the tiebreak.  The scoring in the Coman Tiebreak Procedure is the same as a traditional set or match tiebreak, and the procedure for playing the Coman Tiebreak is the same as a set or match tiebreak.  For example, if the Coman Tiebreak Procedure is used when the set score is 6-6, the player whose turn it is to serve shall serve the first point from the deuce court; after the first point, the players shall change ends and the following two points shall be served by the opponent(s) (in doubles, the player of the opposing team due to serve next), starting with the ad court; after this, each player/team shall serve alternately for two consecutive points (starting with the ad court), changing ends after every four points, until the end of the tiebreak game.
     
  4. Warm up time, which includes service warm up, is limited to 10 minutes. Many players want to practice or to warm up their serve just before they serve the first time, even though the match is then one game or more old. Once a match has started, there is no basis for further practice or warm up.  Courtesy dictates that you not practice your service return when your opponent practices serves. As in USTA, the time between points is limited to a maximum of 20 seconds, the time when changing ends is limited to 90 seconds.  There are no breaks after the first game of each set.  The break time between the first and second set is 2 minutes. A 10 minute break is allowed between a second set and a third set or a second set and a ten point tie break.  Coaching is ONLY allowed during the 10 minute breaks.  The home team will provide a minimum of 2 "playable" courts at the designated starting time for the match (weather permitting). Failure to provide courts for the designated time may result in a forfeit by the home team (unless all parties agree to play at a time that is not designated on division schedule. The 15-minute default rule will apply. The home team must furnish an unopened can of USTA approved balls designated for the specific surface of play. “ALL Court Balls” are NOT acceptable and can NOT be used. Lighted courts must be provided for night play.
  1. If lighted play is interrupted the teams should be prepared to wait 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, teams are free to leave and reschedule, unless both team captains agree to wait longer. If team captains cannot agree on playing conditions the home team captain and / or the facility management will make the final decision.
  2. Any fees for courts and lights will be paid by the host facility.
  3. If home courts are unplayable due to resurfacing, extreme weather conditions or any other extenuating circumstances as seen by the host facility. The home court advantage should be changed if possible.
    (example; court availability etc.)  When courts are exchanged, teams must abide by the rules of the facility at which they play.
  1. When the number of matches to be played is greater than the number of courts available, the visiting captain has the right to designate which positions will wait for an available court, and the arrival time will be no later than one hour after the original starting time. (Ex.... starting time is 7:00 P.M. - second round players would arrive no later than 8:00 p.m., with default time 8:15 P.M. even if courts are not available.)  Home team captain must notify (phone) the visiting team captain of the court shortage at least 24 hours before match. The visiting team captain must then notify the home captain within 12 hours of the match( by phone) which position will wait for an available court. This will allow both captains to adjust their lineups..  Failure to call may cause forfeit or penalties, unless the entire team arrives at once.  When Captains agree to a staggered starting time, the default rule described in DEFAULTS & FORFEITS # 8 will not apply.
  2. Match Play.  If circumstances (such as storms, time tec) dictate quicker play, and if both captains agree, play can be changed from a third set to a 10 point tiebreak.
  3. Coaching.  No coaching allowed except during the 10 minute break before a third set or the 10 point tie breaker.
  4. Cell Phones.  Player's cell phone must be in the "vibrate" mode.  Any ring tones are not allowed by the players participating on the match court.  A one point penalty is assessed for the first violation and a one game penalty is assessed for the second violation of this rule.  A let may be called on the match court if a cell phone rings from another court or from the spectator's area while the ball is in play.
  5. Players shall conduct themselves in accordance with The Code: The Players’ Guide for Unofficiated Matches published in the Friend At Court.  Remember, many tennis facilities are relinquishing their playing time so that league matches may be played.
  6. In matches involving wheelchair participates the USTA Rules of Wheelchair Tennis will apply.
  7. All GVTL and the USTA rules above will govern play, including playoffs. The Board shall act upon any situation occurring during league play not covered in these rules.

 

6.  LINE UP

  1. An entire team shall be present at starting time unless the captains have agreed otherwise. Line-ups should not be exchanged until all players have arrived or default time has occurred.
     
  2. Each team must have a captain or acting captain present at each match.
    (References in these rules to team captain includes acting captain)
     
  3. Captains exchange written line-ups simultaneously prior to the start of play, using the GVTL official Line Up Form. No changes are allowed after line-ups are exchanged, except for weather postponements. (Rule - 10)
     
  4. A person shall play in only one position during a match
     
  5. All aforementioned rules will apply to play-offs in all GVTL divisions.
     
  6. All players participating in the match must be a current member of team and in good standings with the GVTL.  See Penalty section for penalty for illegal player.
     

7.  SUBSTITUTIONS

  1. A team that is short of eligible players for a match may obtain substitutes (subs) from a similar rated level team or lower rated level team at the facility of the team needing a sub.
  1. Substitutions may be obtained from any division from within the facility needing a substitution. Division means: Day; Night; 50; 60; Lite, Mixed.
  2. Once a player is on a roster as a regular member from any facility (regardless of division), for a higher level of play, he/she waives the right to substitute for a team on a lower level of play. (I.e. Player is a member of the Women's Day 4.0 team and Women's Night 3.5. This player cannot sub for the 3.5 team because she is a member of a higher level).
  3. Substitutions for a Combo Team may be used from any level of play from that facility. If a player is only registered on a Combo Team, that player may only sub what their actual rating is. ( i.e.  If the player has a 4.0 rating, they may only sub up on a 4.0 team or above)
  1. Lateral substitutions are allowed.  i.e. 2.5 ladies team to another 2.5 ladies team as long as the player is not on a roster of a higher rated team.  Also, players cannot sub for a team competing in the same division.  ie 3.0 lite North to a 3.0 lite South.
     
  2. The over 60 age division teams may obtain subs from the over 50 age division teams and vice verse, providing the sub meets the age and rating level of play requirements stated in Rule 7-a. Qualified subs may also be obtained from other teams at the facility that meet the requirements.
     
  3. Mixed doubles division teams may obtain subs from other teams at the facility providing the combined ratings of two doubles players is equal to or less than .5 below the teams level of play. Individual substitutions must not exceed the maximum rating level required for participation in each rated level. (I.e. Maximum level - 6.5 (highest rated player 3.5); 7.5 (highest rated player 4.0); 8.5 (highest rated player 4.5); 9.5 (highest rated player 5.0).
     
  4. Substitute players must play only in the lowest authorized singles or doubles positions. A team having one singles position may substitute for the singles position and/or the lowest doubles position.
     
  5. Players meeting the substitution requirement may sub 3 times for a specific team during a league year; however, those same players will be eligible to sub 3 times for other team meeting the requirements.
     
  6. Penalty for improper substitution is prescribed in Rule 9.

8.  DEFAULTS & FORFEITS

  1. Default time is defined as 15 minutes after the match is scheduled.
     
  2. A player or players who must wait for a court may leave the facility only with the permission of both team captains or opponents and must return at a mutually agreed time. Failure to return at the mutually agreed time shall result in a forfeit. There is not a 15-minute grace period.
     
  3. Teams forfeiting a position must forfeit the highest position offered in that division. Divisions with only one singles division may forfeit singles or the highst doubles position.  When notifying the opposing captain for forfeited positions(s), calling the other captain is mandatory.  Do Not text or e-mail.  
     
  4. If captains agree to play matches on individual days and or/time they relinquish the right to earn points under this default rule.
     
  5. Teams will lose all points earned in the match when a “non-GVTL member” player participates.
     
  6. Any team that forfeits an entire match (all positions) will be placed on a probationary status for the remainder of the league year.  A letter will be sent to the club facility/Pro as well as the Captain outlining this rule and what will occur if they forfeit another entire match.  If a second entire match forfeit occurs, the team may be subject to be dismissed from the league for the remainder of the league year.  All points previously won by the team will be awarded back to the respective teams that were played from the beginning of the current session.  Any facility that has a team that is dismissed from the league may not be allowed to replace that team for the next season.  (Ex. Facility with two men’s night 3.5 teams – if one team is dismissed due to forfeits the club may only have one 3.5 the next league year.  In addition, any team forfeiting an entire match during the last 3 weeks of either session may be subject to dismissal and must submit a written statement of explanation to the Board for that session, i.e. First or Second Session.


9.  PENALTIES

  1. Home Team Captain will be notified, in writing or by phone, when the first violation has occurred for the following penalties. Penalty points will not be assessed for the first violation. Any violations thereafter will result in the following penalty points.
  1. Failure to phone in score within 24 hours - 10 points
  2. Failure to submit scorecard within one week - 10 pts.
  3. Failure to contact league office on ALL matches to be rescheduled within 24 hours of their scheduled time. – 10 points
  1. Teams playing illegal players in a team match will lose points earned by the illegal player and all points in lower positions. Any further occurrence by the team will result in an additional 10 point penalty. An illegal player is defined as one who is not in good standings with the GVTL and one of the following has occurred:
  1. Failure to inform the league office of player(s) participating in a match who are not registered as GVTL members.
  2. Any team that plays a match with a player that has been added to the roster but has yet to pay the league fee and/or failed to submit the addition to the team roster sheet within one week from the time the player has played, will be considered an unauthorized player and the team for which he has played will forfeit all points gained during the match.  If no points were gained, then 20 points will be deducted from the team’s current standings.
  3. Failure to follow the substitution rules outlined under Substitutions -#7.
  4. A player is found to be playing below their current rated level.
  1. Home team captain fails to contact visiting team captain and league office with dates of rescheduled match within 5 days from the date of the original scheduled match. Penalty: Total points for team match will be awarded to the visiting team.
     
  2. Visiting team captain fails to respond to home team Captain’s dates within 3 days from the time the dates were given. Penalty:  Total points will be awarded to home team.
     
  3. If a team forfeits the higher of 2 positions (ex. 1st doubles), the offending team will lose that position and all subsequent positions (ex. 1st and 2nd doubles). 

Captains will not receive a "first time" reminder for any infractions listed in 9b,c,d,e. Notification will be sent to the team captain stating points have been deducted.


10.  WEATHER POSTPONEMENT

  1. Decisions on weather conditions and / or court conditions for play are the function of the home captain and or  facility management.
     
  2. If it is raining at the home courts one and one half hours prior to starting time, the home team captain shall contact the opposing team captain and discuss conditions. Ie – Consider playing later the same day and coordinate with the facility pro/manager.
     
  3. Completed individual matches shall stand as played. An incomplete Individual match shall stand as played. An incomplete match must be continued by the same players and resumed at the exact point where it was discontinued (set, game, and point.) Any point played is always counted and never replayed.
     
  4. If possible all rescheduled matches should be played as a team.
     
  5. If teams have assembled to play and the beginning of a match is delayed by rain or wet courts, or it rains after match starts, the team should be prepared to wait 30 minutes. Teams are free to leave and reschedule, unless both captains agree to wait longer. If captains cannot agree on playing conditions, the home team captain and or facility management shall make the final decision. A player who is not listed on the original scorecard may participate in a match that has not begun. The start of the warm up constitutes the beginning of a match. Once lineups have been exchanged, forfeits must stand.
     
  6. All divisions playing weekly must play rescheduled matches within three weeks or set on scheduled rain date during the current season if both teams have that date available. If the last two match of the Second Session is rained out, make – up match must be played within 10 days of rained out match. If the last match in the Second Session is rained out, the make-up period is 6 days.  Divisions playing biweekly must play the match within one month. In any match being rescheduled, the home team captain shall give the visitors two dates on which match may be played. Only one of the dates that is offered may be a weekend date. No date offered shall be on a “bye” date. Visitors will then choose one of the proposed dates and the match shall either be played or defaulted. These two dates must be within the allowance required. The visiting captain shall have 3 days to respond to the home team captain with their choice.  Refer to Rule 9c and 9d.   Playing time for matches should correspond to division play unless agreed upon by both captains.
     
  7. When both teams agree to receive zero points for a weather- rescheduled match, the match will not be required to be played. (Rule #8 (f) would not apply in this situation.) In order for either team to receive points, the match must be played, or one team must forfeit match.
    (Rule #8 (f) would apply in this situation.)
     
  8. DAY RULE:  if the temperature and / or the wind chill factor is 45 degrees or less at the home facility one hour prior to match time, the match may be reschdduled unless both captains agree to play.  (Suggestion: start later if agreed upon )  Please refer to 9a and 9c. 

    NIGHT RULE:  If the temperature and / or wind chill factor is predicted to be 45 degrees or less at the home facility by match time, the match may be rescheduled unless both captains agree to play.  ( SUggestion: try and start earlier)  Please refer to 9a, 9c and /or 10a. 

 

11.  SCORING

  1. The method of scoring shall be as follows:

    12 points per set - 1st position (Singles position and Doubles position)
    9 points per set - 2nd position
    8 points per set - 3rd position
    7 points per set - 4th position
     
  2. Scorecards should be signed by both captains. Your signature verifies the score that is submitted to the league office.  When recording the match results on the scorecard link -  http://scorecard.gvtl.net/  -  the opposing captain / players should view and verify the results within 10 days.  Please refer to Rule 11 d 1  below.
     
  3. In the event a team withdraws from the league and matches have been played, all teams remaining will receive full points when they are scheduled to play the defunct team. The points will also be awarded to teams who have previously played the defunct team. If matches have not been played, the match will be treated as a bye.
     
  4. Team standings will be posted on the website. Total points won to date will be listed, as well as total points won during the previous weeks match, in parenthesis. Rainouts and/or byes will also be indicated.
  1. Any discrepancies in the team standings must be reported to the league office within 10 days of the date listed on the team standings sheet.
  2. If no discrepancies are reported the standings will be final
  1. The 2017/18 season will consist of approximately 30 weeks of one continuous season. Each division will play two sessions- a First Session and a Second Session. Schedules will be furnished for the entire season and will designate the separation of each session. At the end of the first session, team points will be finalized for that series of matches. All teams will begin the second session with zero points. A playoff of the number one teams (if different) will be played to determine the over all division winner. Home courts for playoff will be determined by adding the total scores for each session.  The team with the highest number will host the match.
     
  2. In case of a tie, the following will be used to break the tie of each session:
  1. Head to head matches in current session
  2. Total points won during all head to head matches in current session
  3. Fewest sets lost during all head to head matches in current session
  4. Fewest games lost during all head to head matches in current session
  5. If teams are still tied, then both will be awarded first place
  1. Matches must be played or defaulted. Teams may not split points for a match not played.
     

12.  GRIEVANCE

 

  1. Any team wishing to file a grievance shall do so, in writing, within 72 hours of the match, and simultaneous with the mailing of the grievance a copy shall be sent to the opposing captain. Also a copy of the grievance shall be sent to the player or players involved if appropriate. Upon receipt of the grievance the opposing captain is entitled to respond and shall do so in writing within 72 hours. The Grievance Committee shall not act on any grievance that has not met these requirements.
     
  2. A fee of $35.00 shall accompany the grievance. If the Board upholds the grievance, the fee will be returned.
     
  3. If a match is protested at any point, the match shall be played and the grievance procedure employed.
     
  4. If the above prerequisites are completed, both teams shall have the right to either a written one-page presentation and/or a five-minute oral presentation at the Board meeting at which the grievance is scheduled for discussion. However, the Board meeting shall be a closed meeting except for the five-minute presentation by the protesters.
     
  5. The Board's decision regarding any grievance shall be by a majority vote of the Board members present and voting including valid proxies.
     

13.  APPEALS TO GRIEVANCE

 

  1. A player will have the right to appeal the Board's decision of his/her grievance by submitting a written appeal to the league office within 24 hours upon notification of grievance decision. The GVTL President will appoint an Appeal Committee to hear the appeal. The Appeal Committee will be made up of 3 persons who were not a part of the grievance decision.
     

14.  VIOLATION OF RULES

All players in the league must be legal. Anyone knowingly injecting an illegal or fictitious player shall be penalized thusly:

  1. Captain will not be in that position for a period of one year.
  2. Player will be removed from team for one year.
  3. Pro will be censured from verifying for one year.

All these penalties will date from time of infraction.
 

15.   PLAY OFF

  1. Home courts for playoff will be determined by adding the total points for each session.  The team with the highest number of points will host the match.
     
  2. A player must play in two matches on the playoff team during the current GVTL season in order to be eligible to participate in the playoff.

 



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