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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #313582 10/26/20 02:19 PM
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i recall Governor Cuomo , going to a convention in Delaware and was caught not wearing his mask and in a crowd full of people. His quote was " You have to be in the State longer than 24 hours to Quarantine ". that is what what i am going by . Plus shutting the country down for 99.9 pct survival rate does not make much sense. Now lets get back to Lax

Cuomo was taking a few liberties with that statement.

Right from the NY State Guidance:
The requirements of the travel advisory do not apply to any individual passing through designated states for a limited duration (i.e., less than 24 hours) through the course of travel. Examples of such brief passage include but are not limited to: stopping at rest stops for vehicles, buses, and/or trains; or lay-overs for air travel, bus travel, or train travel

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Anonymous #313592 10/26/20 02:50 PM
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AGREED!!! But Governor Murphy and Cuomo are one Brain !!!

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Anonymous #313679 10/27/20 09:10 AM
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i recall Governor Cuomo , going to a convention in Delaware and was caught not wearing his mask and in a crowd full of people. His quote was " You have to be in the State longer than 24 hours to Quarantine ". that is what what i am going by . Plus shutting the country down for 99.9 pct survival rate does not make much sense. Now lets get back to Lax

Well, since this is the NJ forum, we should probably go by Governor Murphy, but why worry about the details...but again, enough already with the politics

Agreed. Forget politics. Let's get our clubs to host more tournaments in NJ. Ideal location for NY,CT,PA teams. What's not to like.
Tourney in Marlton this past weekend was perfect for us.

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Anonymous #313681 10/27/20 09:14 AM
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i recall Governor Cuomo , going to a convention in Delaware and was caught not wearing his mask and in a crowd full of people. His quote was " You have to be in the State longer than 24 hours to Quarantine ". that is what what i am going by . Plus shutting the country down for 99.9 pct survival rate does not make much sense. Now lets get back to Lax

Cuomo was taking a few liberties with that statement.

Right from the NY State Guidance:
The requirements of the travel advisory do not apply to any individual passing through designated states for a limited duration (i.e., less than 24 hours) through the course of travel. Examples of such brief passage include but are not limited to: stopping at rest stops for vehicles, buses, and/or trains; or lay-overs for air travel, bus travel, or train travel

This is pretty similar to most of the northeast states. But the posts seem to be going back an forth between two distinct issues. The 24 hour rule, which is similar in most northeast states, relates to a person traveling through that state and whether quarantine/testing is necessary while in that state (i.e. would a NY, NJ or CT kid have to quarantine while in MD for a tournament). The other issue is whether quarantine is necessary for a NY, NJ, or CT kid when they return home, despite only being in MD for less than 24 hours. In the first instance, it is not practical, and nearly impossible, for MD to enforce an in-state quarantine/testing requirement (if they even have such a requirement) for a 1 day lacrosse tournament. In the second instance, that NY, NJ, or CT kid and their family are probably subject to the quarantine requirements in their home state because the time spent in MD was not simply passing through during travel. While I am not sure if it is legal in any of the home states, the easiest course of action would be to simply keep your kid home for a few days afterwards and get tested.

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Anonymous #313682 10/27/20 09:26 AM
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i recall Governor Cuomo , going to a convention in Delaware and was caught not wearing his mask and in a crowd full of people. His quote was " You have to be in the State longer than 24 hours to Quarantine ". that is what what i am going by . Plus shutting the country down for 99.9 pct survival rate does not make much sense. Now lets get back to Lax

Well, since this is the NJ forum, we should probably go by Governor Murphy, but why worry about the details...but again, enough already with the politics

Agreed. Forget politics. Let's get our clubs to host more tournaments in NJ. Ideal location for NY,CT,PA teams. What's not to like.
Tourney in Marlton this past weekend was perfect for us.

Agreed. Sometimes a lot has to do with field space. For example, a tournament this summer that was suppose to use a combination of fields at Capelli in Tinton Falls (which are privately owned) and local Colts Neck town fields was reduced in size because the township pulled the fields, Colts Neck residents objected to out-of-state people coming to their town. While things are improving, NJ lacks the types of facilities for the larger tournaments. A place like the new fileds in Hillsborough cannot compete with a facility like the DE turf complex in Delaware.

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Anonymous #313686 10/27/20 09:39 AM
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Good points in this post, please lets keep politics, even if they are just jokes, out of this forum and NJ does need to start hosting more tournaments here for the Northeast. We have plenty of teams that would play and ample facilities that have turf. Directors lets get this cooking!!!!!!

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Anonymous #313688 10/27/20 09:45 AM
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The tourney in Marltom NJ had the most competitive teams this weekend.

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Anonymous #313696 10/27/20 11:11 AM
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The tourney in Marltom NJ had the most competitive teams this weekend.
And it was hosted by Express! NJ Clubs should also consider hosting in their own backyard. What's the issue?

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Anonymous #313709 10/27/20 12:00 PM
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There were some pretty good teams from the tri states and northern region at the 2024 level I have to agree. Glad to hear Express hosted it.

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The tourney in Marltom NJ had the most competitive teams this weekend.
And it was hosted by Express! NJ Clubs should also consider hosting in their own backyard. What's the issue?

Maybe next year it could be on something more hospitable like a cement field with loose rocks or even a paved parking lot vs a field with 2 foot potholes every step and 9 inch grass.The field broke more ankles than the long island kids did.

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Anonymous #313723 10/27/20 01:29 PM
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The tourney in Marltom NJ had the most competitive teams this weekend.
And it was hosted by Express! NJ Clubs should also consider hosting in their own backyard. What's the issue?

Maybe next year it could be on something more hospitable like a cement field with loose rocks or even a paved parking lot vs a field with 2 foot potholes every step and 9 inch grass.The field broke more ankles than the long island kids did.

Definitely no DE Turf. But this is Jersey. We tough. We don't need no stinkin' turf. Rub dirt over broken angles and get back in and just play and stop being a snowflake. smile

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Anonymous #313757 10/27/20 07:23 PM
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There were some pretty good teams from the tri states and northern region at the 2024 level I have to agree. Glad to hear Express hosted it.
Interesting that BBL was included but not LE. Are they trying to get into the NLF?

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There were some pretty good teams from the tri states and northern region at the 2024 level I have to agree. Glad to hear Express hosted it.
Interesting that BBL was included but not LE. Are they trying to get into the NLF?

I don't think BBL really cares about getting in NLF. They just want to play the top teams even if it's just play days. We are jonesing to play more.. this was our first outing and hope its not the last for the fall bec of covid.

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Anonymous #313783 10/28/20 07:52 AM
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My son tells me that LE is missing a handful of kids from all of the older teams due to injuries and other sports, I’m guessing for football? I know LE has a pretty full schedule all thru November so they probably just chose to pass on this one. BBL is trying to play better teams now so they get a little credit here.

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Anonymous #313795 10/28/20 09:26 AM
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My son tells me that LE is missing a handful of kids from all of the older teams due to injuries and other sports, I’m guessing for football? I know LE has a pretty full schedule all thru November so they probably just chose to pass on this one. BBL is trying to play better teams now so they get a little credit here.

Not a BBL parent, but they definitely do not shy away from the top teams. Not sure that the NLF would do anything for their program, it certainly has not helped LE in any way. It is just as easy to enter the top east coast tournaments, most of the NLF teams are there anyway.

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