Fair credit to the other teams in the division (only 1 forfeit so far), but I forgot how much I enjoyed playing in a competitive game and even more so, having a beer and a laugh after with the other team after a hard battle.It was a good battle and one kick was the difference. 1-0 Port Moody. Both teams knew they played a game the next morning. And the morning after that.
SU A vs. SU B was frozen out the other week. ND A vs. ND B is this week.After the break it is my understanding that the league will be back into two divisions again and this should sort out the A and B team problem.
Hopefully going forwards after this season we can re-establish two leagues and we won't have to go through the tiering again, but just as other leagues are having similar issues, that's all dependent on whether teams will take promotion or not.
On a side note... has anyone had problems with A and B teams unfairly using the system to their advantage?
Also, have any of the A and B teams actually played each other?
That sounds like a 2 team premier division to me.Yeah, I haven't heard anything official about the break-up of the league and curious about some of the specifics.
From what I have seen or know about the teams, there is enough competition for a larger upper division than just 4. PoMo, ND, Chilliwack and Surrey United are all there for sure, but I also thought that Aldergrove Players, South Surrey and PoCo had enough talent to be in Premier.
As for the B teams, like I had said earlier, I think the clubs rely on the player movement, making teams in the same division unrealistic.