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2015 Fall Season Updates

The league has begun classifying players as A-Flight or B-Flight. Using the last 2 years data (which will be rolling moving forward), we have calculated a rating factor based on Total All-Star Points divided by Total Games played. These designations were created to ensure competitive balance within the B & C Divisions. The list of players in each group will be displayed on soon.
A-Flight Player (75+)
  • May not play/sub on a B Division team where another A-Flight player already exists on that roster. In other words, only 1 A-Flight player on a B Division team.
  • May not play/sub on any C Division team
B-Flight Player (40 - 75)
  • May not play/sub on a C Division team where TWO B-Flight players already exist on that roster.
Divisional Balancing & Divsional Placement of Teams
  • Deeper investigation into the entire makeup of a team's roster will contribute to which division the league places a team for competitive balance.To clarify, if your team has 2 B-Flight players, and 3 non-classified players, it does not mean your team will automatically be in the C Division.That just means your team would not be in violation if placed in the C Division. The league will continue to place teams to accommodate balanced schedules, without breaking the A/B Flight rules above.
There is also 1 minor rule change we will implement for this session. In cases where a team is short 1 player, that team will continue to forfeit 1 singles match per singles set. However, when playing in doubles games, the offending team will declare prior to making the lineup, whether they will play 2 of the 4 games "light" (1 player vs 2 players) OR forfeit 1 of the games, and play full-strength the other 3 games.

Added on: Friday, September 18, 2015

How to print out your team's schedule.

If you want to print out a schedule for the season showing only your team's ten week schedule you can click on your teams name anywhere on the site.  This displays your teams information.

On the lower right hand side of the screen(you may have to scroll down) you will see Fixtures and Results tab.  Below that you will see a link to Export Team Schedule.  If you click on this your schedule will be exported to Excel.  You can then print your schedule from Excel.  

Added on: Tuesday, September 1, 2015

How to tell if a member is paid up.

If you want to find out if a member is paid up.  Click on the "Players" tab.

Once you are there, click on the name of the person you want to check, and under the first tab entitled, "Statistics," look at the last line which says, "Type."  If there is nothing written next to it, then the player does not currently have a BADL membership. If the player has paid, it will say "2015-2016" just to the right of the word "Type."

To purchase a new full-year membership, there are convenient payment links on our regular website under the "Player Membership" tab.  Here's a direct link to the page:

Added on: Tuesday, September 1, 2015

How to add a player to your team

Process to add a player to your team

Login with team logon

Select "Players" tab on top

Select "Add Player To Team"

**Important** Scroll through the list(s) of players at the bottom of the screen and select "Assign Player" if they are there.

If the player does not exist in the system, enter as many details on top and select "Add Player"

Added on: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

League FAQ

The league FAQ can be found here

Added on: Tuesday, September 24, 2013