High 5s Netball (Longsands Academy) – Tuesday 30th April 2019 – (Competition)
Tue 30 April @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Note: There is no charge for attending the event but a £15 per team non refundable booking fee will be charged to cover administrative costs forNon Subscription Schools (Certificates, Venue Costs, Trophy)
A Maximum of 2 teams per school can book onto this event.
CONFIRMATION OF EVENT
A/B Teams only
Tuesday 30th April 2019
3.45pm registration, start 4.00pm to 6.00pm
High Fives became the compulsory game for players of years 5 & 6 and in clubs in September 2000. It provides experience of ALL the skills of the game of Netball.
|30/04/19||Longsands Academy||3.45pm registration 4.00pm to 6.00pm|
|Progression:||County High 5s Netball Competition||Date: TBC|
|Team Requirements:||Squads a maximum of 9 players. 5 players on court at any one time. Schools should provide their own bibs|
|Team Requirements: ·Team squads can consist of up to 9 players with 5 players on court at any one time· A maximum of 2 boys are allowed on court at any one time· Teams can consist of Year 5 or Year 6 pupils or a combination of both year groups· Squad players who are not on court will be encouraged to take on roles such scoring, timekeeping or centre pass marking role· Squad rotation – teams must follow the High Fives rotation· All players must play at least 1 half of each game played· When a player is nominated to play both halves in a single game that player must play in a different position in each half· Substitutions may be made at any time in the event of illness or injury.|
|Competition Format· A round robin format will be followed. If the number of team entries is sufficient then an “A” and a “B” box will be played. In the case of an insufficient number of entries then all teams will play in one round robin box. The length of each game will be dependent upon the number of schools/teams entering the competition· A High Fives rotation of play should be followed.·|
|The Court/Equipment· The games will be played on standard netball courts. Tournament ball is Size 4·Post rings will be fixed at 9ft from ground level· The GS, GA, C, GD & GK place bibs from a full set should be used – schools should provide their own set of bibs|
|Scoring The winner will be the team scoring the most goals during the playing period. The pool winners will be the team with the most number of points. In the event of a tie goal difference will apply. The scoring system is as follows: 5 points will be awarded to the winning team3 points will be awarded for a draw, 1 point will be awarded to losing team.|