Why do our 17 yr old juniors get reclassified as adults? Is there a major flaw?

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Why do our 17 yr old juniors get reclassified as adults? Is there a major flaw?
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Brian Mobberley

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Sarah, Admin

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It is related to the age you classify within the system for juniors, you can change this within the system to suit your own club
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It would be helpful if they changed to the ‘next membership up’ so we have a u25 category so the juniors turning straight into adults is quite a pain...
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Brian Mobberley

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Think I've sorted this - in Categories/Change Defaults the maximum age for juniors needs to be set at 18, not 17 otherwise 17 yr olds are classified as adults - yet they show up in the junior report as juniors so probably a software fault which we can live with. However it does mean going through all the club junior records & editing the 17 yr olds entries from <Adult> to <Junior> but AFTER the defauly age is set to 18. BRM.