Discussion in 'NCA' started by Jonathan Brouillette, Jan 18, 2016.
Looking forward to seeing Cheersport, MD Twisters and World Cup! Does this mean that CEA and ECE aren't going? Do all of the youth 5 teams ever go all head to head?
I don't think CEA's Y5 is doing NCA.
I don't think they ALL compete against each other because most major comps (NCA/Summit/etc.) split Y5 into Small + Large.
Saw this on the way home from Indy today! Great video, great kids, tiny tiny division.
It appears that at no time this season will all the Y5s meet up at the same comp. I'm also waiting to see what happens w combining small/large at NCA - Twinkles are the only large attending.
Has there ever been an NCA division with only one team??
hat about ece
Super 5 will end up competing against all other Y5s! Of their potentially 10 competitions there are at least one other Y5 in 8 of them.
Super 5's latest hit.
I think Woodlands Elite large mini 2 last year might have competed against no one at NCA. I only remember this because it stuck out to me that they didn't combine.
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I think they will only split large small if another large decides to go. Otherwise it is one group of 3.
Check out @JustinCarrier's Tweet: https://twitter.com/JustinCarrier/status/689542999533948928?s=09
I believe ladykatz last year were alone in a division at NCA.
Woodlands Elite Aviators - Large Mini 1 did not compete against anyone last year.
YE kids were telling the the Super 5 kids at Spirit of Hope "something great just happened we are going to see you guys at NCA"
RE: division splits. EP cannot split a division into large and small unless there are at least two of each. The only exception is if a gym is bringing two teams in the same division, from the same location, and one is large and one is small- then they can split out one of them into a division alone.
Example: ABC Elite from Dallas is bringing small mini 2 and large mini 2. Their large mini 2 is the only large team and all other mini 2 teams are small... They can still be split out into a division alone.
This is in the age grid, but isn't necessarily very easy to read because of all the clarifications.
Separate names with a comma.