Tennis

October 19, 2018
Northfield Racquet Club, Waterloo ON

Convenor: Matt Brown, Waterloo CI
Email: matt_brown@wrdsb.ca

CWOSSA 2017 Tennis Results: CWOSSA_TENNIS_RESULTS_2017

Please visit regularly for up-to-date information regarding this championship.

Best of luck to all teams participating at CWOSSA and good luck to all teams advancing to OFSAA.

Start Time:
8:30 a.m. for Districts 4,5,6,8,9,10 and 11, 9:30 a.m. for Districts 1 and 7 (convenor’s speech at 8:20 a.m. on Court 1)

Coach’s Checklist:
1.  The AELS eligibility form is to be emailed to Matt Brown at matt_brown@wrdsb.ca by Wednesday, October 17th, 2018. Please print out the list, get all of the signatures and then email it to Matt. If district convenors are collecting the signed AELS eligibility forms from their coaches and sending them to Matt, then coaches do not have to email the forms directly to Matt. (Please check with your district convenor.) Coaches no longer have to also bring hard copies of the AELS form to CWOSSA.

AELS Login Link:     http://aels.ofsaa.on.ca/user/password

Note:  The AELS Eligibility Form must include all CWOSSA participants.

2.  This waiver form is to be filled out by all CWOSSA participants and handed in to the front desk staff at Northfield:

School Participation Consent Form Fall 2018

3.  Coaches are to bring $30 per high school entry and $20 per open entry, cheques payable to
“WCI Student Activities”. (A high school doubles team only counts as one entry, $30 total for the team).

OPEN vs. HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION

(a) The OFSAA Tennis Championship shall provide competition in Open and High School
divisions. Classification of divisions is as follows:

(i) An Open Division player must have won a minimum of two rounds in total (one round
or more in a tournament and/or at a later date wins a round in another tournament) in a
3 star Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) tournament or higher, a Level 6 or lower
United States Tennis Association (USTA) tournament or the equivalent (European
championship) in the three years prior to the beginning of the school year. Any player
who has ever played in the Canadian Nationals or any player that has ever played in
any U-14, U-16 or U-18 provincial championships shall also be considered an open
player. A bye, defaulted or retired match in an OTA event does not constitute a win.

(ii) High School Division: any player who has not met the above criteria for an Open
player.