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Frequently Asked Questions

WHEN I JOIN A TEAM LEAGUE, WHAT ARE MY TEAMMATE'S EXPECTATIONS?

In a perfect world, your teammates would like you to show up every week. However, life happens and there will be times when one cannot fulfill this expectation.
For these instances, both players and captains can ask for a sub in our Facebook group
Since subs are doing the team a favor, we highly recommend paying for their weekly fees.
The one time your teammates will rely on you the most is playoff weekend. Please note what the date is for your league and clear your schedule!

HOW LONG IS THE SEASON?

For team leagues, a season lasts for 14 weeks played on its designated night. Like most sporting leagues, the regular season is followed by a playoff which is played on the weekend of the final week of league play.
For Divisionals, a season lasts for 2.5 months.

WHAT ARE THE FEES ASSOCIATED WITH THE RPL?

For each team division you play in, there is a $20 registration fee and an $18.75 weekly fee. For Divisionals, entry fees range from $50 to $100 per group. For Gladiators, the season fees depend on the number of weeks and vary from season to season.

For both team divisions and single-player leagues, players are required to pay their BCAPL ($27) and CCS ($20) sanctioning fees. Sanctioning fees are due once per year and are transferrable from different leagues.

Please note that registration fees are non-transferable and non-refundable.

WHICH RULES DO THE RPL USE?

We use the BCAPL and the USAPL rules which can be found here. Please note there are some slight variations that have been specifically designed for our league which can be found on the division's QRG page.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I NEED TO QUIT A LEAGUE?

There tends to be a shortlist of players who are willing to step in. Although we'll be sad to see you go, we will do our best to find a replacement. If you quit any league, you will not be refunded any money put in.

WHAT IS POOL ETIQUETTE?

Just like any other sport, there is an etiquette players are encouraged to follow. You can find a shortlist of the do's and don'ts by clicking here.

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