Thirty consecutive days of abstinence from drugs
and/or alcohol minimum for playing eligibility. All
participants are to be a recovering alcoholic and/or
addict and currently involved in a drug or
alcohol related 12-step support program. This
includes Al-Anon Family Group (AFG).
Involved clarification: To remain eligible, a
player must be active in at least one of
12-Step Home Group
Sponsee of an Active member
Currently participating in recognized service
Regularly attend 12-Step meetings
Family Exemption: Each team is allowed two exempt
(or non-recovering) players per roster, per year.
Non-recovering players must be an eligible person's
wife, husband, or significant other, (suggested a
minimum of 90 days for relationship exemptions).
Non-Recovering children must be 16 years old and a
maximum of 18 years old at the beginning of
tournament play. Minimum thirty (30) consecutive
day’s drug and/or alcohol abstinence still applies.
Once electing to participate in championship play on
a registered team, the player may not play in any
other division during the current year unless player
qualifies under Transfer of Employment.
player may participate as a regular rostered player
on only one team within a Division during a season
unless the player qualifies under subsection B -
Transfer of Employment.
Protest of player eligibility can be made or
appealed at any time. Eligibility protests cannot be
waived by local notice.
Player Eligibility Protest: The following guideline
has been set to administer CSSA eligibility