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German Jugger League re-formed

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Last saturday, Nine Cities (yes indeed) met to re-form the Jugger League statutes.

After a conference of 12 1/2 hours (with just a short break for lunch and three five-minute-breaks) and, as it is said, 90 votes, the League statutes have been written down.

The Jugger League council consists of representatives of the most experienced and committed Jugger cities and the Uhu as the neutral anchorman/moderator.
From this season onwards, a League tournament has to meet certain specifications; a League Jugger Team has to publish a pool of players, who may not play in other League teams; also, replacements from other teams are forbidden in League games (except if the 5th player is injured during a game). Also, a court of arbitration, consisting of three council members (members are changed for every case), can be applied to. And a new system how to issue League points has been set up.

We will see how it works, yet it sounds very promising. The council will meet again in fall 2010 and evaluate.


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Peter Houlihan on :

*Very interesting, I'm amazed such a huge caucus could get through so much in a day, well don!

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