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Perin Cup

About the Perrin Cup: The Perrin Cup is named for Chris Perrin a former player, manager and officer of the League who died of cancer in the late 80's. The Cup is played at the discretion of the Executive Committee which decides on the format and costs of participation. The Perrin cup is an intra-league knockout style tournament which can provide a team anywhere from one to six additional games of play.

The Cup is played throughout the length of the season and is a single-elimination format. Teams are drawn in a double-blind method with the only stipulation being the Division 1 teams will not meet in the first round. Once listed on a line up sheet, players are bound to that team only, for the remainder of the Cup.

Preliminary round games ending in ties will go straight to penalty kicks to determine advancement. Semi-finals and Final, if tied at the end of regulation, will have two 15 minute overtime periods in their entirety, and then if still tied to kicks from the mark.

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