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Tiering System

In 2019, Softball New Brunswick implemented a system for all Provincial Championships.

A Provincial Championships Tiering system will encourage more recreational based team to compete at the Provincial Championships yearly, by registering for the Tier 2 Recreational Division.

Format:
Tier 1 – Competitive Division
Tier 2 – Recreational Division

Teams will all be encouraged to join the Tier 1 division, but are more than welcome to join the Tier 2 division for more recreational based competition. Upon registration, each team will be given the option to select Tier 1 or Tier 2 on the registration form. Teams will be reviewed to ensure they are in the appropriate division and that there will be no teams competing at a lower division to try and more ‘simply’ to win a championship. Regular season records may be requested by SNB to be able to better determine the appropriate category.

A championship must have a minimum of 3 teams registered in Tier 1 and Tier 2 for both tiers to run. If not, all teams will be combined into Tier 1 competitive competition.

Provincial Championship registration MUST be completed a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the start date of each championship.

For any questions regarding the tiering system, please contact Hillary at executivedirector@softballnb.ca

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