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All This week we have playoffs on courts BCF so hopefully by now you’ve lost all that thanksgiving weight and are ready to win your league. Most courts only have a few spots left so make sure to register your team quickly if you have not already. As always we have challenge court this week, but unlike last week we can’t take 80 people so were back to the first 24. So get those sheets faxed in so you can hang out with us on Friday. The adults have this weekend off from our tournaments so there should be no excuses in getting a team for next weekend. Or if you are bored and need something to do, stop by Saturday and watch the junior players beat up on one another. Most of them are better than us anyways so you can learn a thing or two. See everyone at Hot Shots this week!
Hello and Welcome back to those of you who will be starting your new league. If you are new to our system, here are a few things to help you out. Your captain should receive your first game time at the time of registration. If for any reason this doesn’t happen please feel free to call. We will always be able to give you your first game time and date. If for any reason your game time should be switched then your captain will get a notifying phone call. Your full league schedule may get posted the day of or after the start of the league. The reason that we might wait to put up a final schedule is to make sure we only post a final schedule once. To try and change an already existing league schedule tends to be tough on all team. On certain courts and times of the year, teams will wait until the last minute to sign up. So when we have less then a full league we try and wait till the last possible minute to create a schedule incase late teams would like to get in and fill open spots.
Here are the Rule Adjustments that we feel are necessary to help develop skill and encourage play. Let the players play and more rally is a good thing.
Captains meeting for the match should take place before the warm-up begins .go over rules and policy w/ captains and teams so they know what to except from you as a ref
1- players can use open hands on serve reception - double hits w/ hands is OK- again on serve Reception( and 1st contact during a rally) Serve Reception only call OVER control of a ball- if player lifts/ carry/ throw the ball w/ hand contact from the Waist area or lower.
2-A player can also double a first contact. Hard driven vs. not hard driven is no longer a factor in determining if a player doubles a ball.
3- what is a NET- only call a player in the net if contacting(playing) the ball- once a player lands and contacts the net it's not a net.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 04 December 2013 17:20)