All courts are for games of doubles only.
No group of players may keep or reserve a court for their own use.
Teams on the court must accept challenge from other teams to give
everyone a chance to play
Winner stays on the court. Loser may get back in line and challenge
the court again.
Challenging of court is done according to level of play and format
A team can call a challenge on more than one court, but it will
lose its place on the other courts once they choose a court and
their game begins
Workup rules: If 2 teams are waiting for a court,
they should start a workup court up to 11, 15 or 21 points depending
on how ahead the game is on the main court. If the game is about
to finish, the next team should be up and the looser team will start
a workup court.
If there are 3 teams waiting, one team will remain next on the
main court and the other 2 should start a workup court. Games should
start at the same time.
If there is more than a 4 team wait, a second workup court could
be started (if agreed by a majority of the players) where 2 new
teams will start on the second workup court and the winner of the
second workup court, moves up to the first workup court and plays
against the looser of the main court. The winner of the first workup
court moves to the main court.
Warm up rules: A maximum of 5 minutes warm up
between games when teams are waiting. If team is not ready they
will be skipped
I want to thank all of my friends for making our volleyball
community what it is now.
A special and heartfelt thank you goes to Scott and Mia. Although
separate they were two more souls playing in my sand box, their
union became the force and energy that united and solidified friendships
in our community.
Gege, Francois, Jhonny, my brothers from another mother, thank you
for making life good.
Anett....... thank you for guiding me on my darkest hour.