Quidditch Canada Match Protest Form
Quidditch Canada’s Match Protest Policy exists to invalidate the official status of a match in which officiating (or lack thereof) ultimately and unacceptably determined the match’s outcome. Teams should only protest the results of a match when there are reasonable grounds to do so, as outlined in the Quidditch Canada's Match Protest Policy and in accordance with the Match Protest Procedures. A Match Protest Form may be submitted by any game official, coach, captain, or club executive of a team who was present at the match in question. If filing a protest under the Safety Protest Protocol, this form must be submitted within 2 calendar days of the match in question. If filing a protest under the General Protest Protocol, this form must be submitted within 7 calendar days of the match in question.

The only practical effect a successful match protest can have is the removal of an official game from the relevant season’s League Rankings. The Gameplay Department’s decision to validate or invalidate a Match Protest is final. However, it is up to Tournament Directors or Event Organizers whether to adjust the final rankings of their event and/or have matches replayed should the official status of a match hosted at their event be invalidated.

Appeals which do not qualify under the grounds for appeal will automatically be dismissed.

Match Protest Policy: https://goo.gl/2WJ3Ze
Match Protest Procedures: https://goo.gl/9fkTJ0

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