DUC Summer Sunday League Information
At the moment step 2 of the Ontario reopening plan is set to open this week. From what I have researched so far there appears to be no restrictions on the number of players per team or the number of teams in a division which means we can plan to run our league as we normally would. That means 7 on 7 full field with teams as big as 18 players. (4:3 ratio) There may be some small rules changes but for the most part they will be regular rules.
Ideally, the league will run from approximately Mid July until the end of September for about 10 weeks of play.
In a normal year we would run a 5 pm league and a 7 pm league where all teams at each time slot play games based on a ladder system. For this year, since we do not know how many teams will be allowed and how many teams will actually sign up we can't guarantee anything. For now we will say that we will be running one big ladder where all teams will play at 6 pm and if we fill that time slot I may have to move some games to 4 pm.
Before you play you will need to complete a membership registration which will include 2 waivers to electronically sign and will cost $38.42.
You may also be required to sign up for an app called Javelin which will be used to screen players for symptoms before coming to the game. Although, the city of Oshawa has also stated that they may be running their own app which would mean that we would not run Javelin.
Since we do not know exactly when we will be starting play it is difficult to estimate the full price for the season so at the moment I will be just asking for a $50 deposit to secure your spot. Please etransfer the deposit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once the full team fee is known the remainder will be due before the first game. This team fee will then have to be split evenly among the players with etransfers being sent to the captains.
July 11/18/25 at 6 pm
August 8/15/22/29 at 6 pm
September 12, 19, 26 at 5 pm (please note that there is no game on the long weekend in Sept)
Prior to playing, players will be required to use an app provided by the city of Oshawa to screen for covid-19 symptoms. This app could help with contact tracing if needed. In order to increase the safety of all players, players are not allowed to participate if
Possible Rule Modifications