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Old Sat Feb 10, 2001, 01:09am
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Originally posted by Bart Tyson
i think the rule just says the sub has the be at the table before the ball is ready to put into play. As long as he meets these requirements then you can have a chain of subs up to five.
Why do you have to stop at five? If their are 15 players on a team, you could have ten. But don't let that happen. If you put a stop to it, the coaches will adjust, the kids will get to the table and the game won't be unnecessarily delayed.
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