When: 6.15 pm, Sunday 16 April 2017
Controller: Tony Ng
Phone: 021 335 760
- Both teams start at opposite nets.
- Whistle is blown and you may grab one ball from the white middle line.
- You may not throw a dodge-ball until you retreat back to the black line in your half. Any balls thrown before then will be void.
- You may throw the ball as far forward as the white half way line.
- If you go over the white half way line and touch the ground you are out.
- You are out if:
- The ball touches you on any part of the body on the full.
- You throw the ball and your opponent catches it. From here, the catching team can bring one player back in.
- You try to catch a ball, but you drop it or tip it.
- You touch the floor in the opposition half.
- If you are hit on the bounce or off a net, you are not out (excluding the roof).
- You may block an opponent’s throw with your ball. With your ball, you can also parry an opponent’s throw to your teammate.
- Once you are out you must retreat back to the Netball Circle D and put a bib on.
- Last man rule is that there can be no blocking/parring with the balls. You are then out if the ball touches either you or your ball.
- Once the last man is out, a point is issued and game begins again.
- Dodge-ball is a difficult game to umpire. It requires honesty from the players so a card system has been introduced.
- If found to be cheating a Yellow Card will be issued = Sin Bin. One point on the sideline and the team has to play short of a player.
- If found to be cheating again, a Red Card will be issued and the player will be sent off.
- During the group stage, games will consist of two 10-minute halves.
- The playoffs games will consist of two 15-minute halves.
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