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paul_tamaraws
11-29-2007, 09:53 PM
mga guys may homegrown cup pa ba?

LION
03-28-2008, 04:19 PM
mga guys may homegrown cup pa ba?


Tagal na pala nito.

Ano ba ang requirements sa mga teams para makasali?

mighty_lion
03-28-2008, 06:00 PM
^ Tanda ko sabi dati sabi basta "nakasapatos" considered sumali sa tournament. ;D ;D

Wala na yatang Homegrown Cup. If they want to revive this tournament, I think they are better merge it with either FMC or HAIL. Given magkakasundo sila ng rules.

LION
04-01-2008, 07:59 AM
^ Tanda ko sabi dati sabi basta "nakasapatos" considered sumali sa tournament.* ;D ;D

Wala na yatang Homegrown Cup. If they want to revive this tournament, I think they are better merge it with either FMC or HAIL. Given magkakasundo sila ng rules.


Ingrown Cup na lang. Madami ang qualified dyan. ;D

eightyfiver
04-15-2008, 08:48 AM
Pag diretso tumakbo, ibig sabihin walang ingrown. Disqualified na kaagad. ;D

Hindi nag-click ang homegrown kasi kaunti na lang ang qualified na schools.

Growling.Fish
09-27-2008, 08:29 AM
The homegrown cup should ask participating schools to send in their intramural champion teams instead. Mas may niche pa sila. ;)

AnthonyServinio
09-29-2008, 02:49 AM
The homegrown cup should ask participating schools to send in their intramural champion teams instead. Mas may niche pa sila.* ;)

* * *THIS is a very good idea, at least it will rid this tournament of the impression that it is just one of the too many redundant post-season tournaments we have.

* * *Giving the intramural stars a break is a good way of discovering new talents.* In line with this, a suggested rule is that the player must have never seen action in any of the developmental leagues like Father Martin Cup, Nike Summer League and others.* Of course, Team A players who played in the regular college tournaments are automatically disqualified and those who played in commercial leagues like Liga Pilipinas and PBL are likewise disqualified.

* * *Let's see totally brand new faces in action here. What could be more homegrown than an intramurals selection?

D_I_A
11-02-2008, 12:28 AM
The homegrown cup should ask participating schools to send in their intramural champion teams instead. Mas may niche pa sila.* ;)

* * *THIS is a very good idea, at least it will rid this tournament of the impression that it is just one of the too many redundant post-season tournaments we have.

* * *Giving the intramural stars a break is a good way of discovering new talents.* In line with this, a suggested rule is that the player must have never seen action in any of the developmental leagues like Father Martin Cup, Nike Summer League and others.* Of course, Team A players who played in the regular college tournaments are automatically disqualified and those who played in commercial leagues like Liga Pilipinas and PBL are likewise disqualified.

* * *Let's see totally brand new faces in action here.* What could be more homegrown than an intramurals selection?


kaso baka pandakekoys ang palaruin..homedwarf cup na yun..lol ;D

pero magandang idea din pag ibang players naman ang mag-shine.

fujima04
02-03-2009, 07:30 PM
Ang pagkakaalam ko, isa sa qualification ng homegrown cup ay kailangan ay majority of your players are homegrown (7 yata).

Meaning, dapat sa inyo nag-HS ang naturang player. Konti na lang ang may system na ganito. Yung tipong Jrs. ay groomed to play for Srs.

Masyado ng malupit ang recruitment wars ngayon. Mahirap ng ma-achieve yung status na majority ng players ninyo ay galing sa Jrs. team ninyo.

Nowadays nga, UAAP to UAAP Teams na ang lipatan na nangyayari. Kahit na may ibubuga ang bata at galing sa magandang Jrs. program at magandang Srs. programe ay lumilipat pa sa ibang school tulad nina Mike Gamboa, Jeric Fortuna, Dexter Rosales, Soc Rivera and Mark Lopez to name a few.