BOYS FOOTBALL KNOCKOUT COMPETITION

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					BOYS’ FOOTBALL KNOCKOUT COMPETITION
LARGE SCHOOLS: Winners Runners Up SMALL SCHOOLS: Winners Runner Up Mark Mitchell Shield Ansett Shield SANFL Trophy John English Trophy

FOOTBALL MATCH CONDITIONS: 1. 2. 3. 4. PLEASE READ THE ACCOMPANYING GENERAL RULES & CONDITIONS. Nomination is conditional to abiding by SAPSASA Rules and Regulations Please note that this competition is for BOYS ONLY. A Team shall consist of 21 players. HOURS OF PLAY: SCHOOLS ENTERING THIS COMPETITION DO SO EXPECTING TO PLAY IN SCHOOL TIME. Schools are to make mutual arrangements for venue and umpires except for grand finals. GRAND FINALS SAPSASA will organise a central umpire. Schools need to organise goal umpires, time keepers, interchange stewards with appropriate uniform and equipment. 5. TIME AND PROVISIONS: 4 x 15 minute quarters. Changeover Times First quarter: Maximum of 2 mins. Half Time: Maximum of 10 mins. Three quarter time Maximum of 3 mins. During breaks (1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 time) only the coach shall be permitted on the ground. RESULTS In normal rounds if there is a tie at the end of the game, 5mins will be played with teams kicking to their particular end and then a 2 min break followed by 5 mins kicking to the other end. If it is still tied, then after a 2 minute break, a toss of the coin will decide ends and the team that scores first, wins. In the grand final if the score is tied at the end of normal play then the trophy is to be shared. SAPSASA will present 21 medallions to the winning team/s. 7. 8. All matches to be played under the rules as laid out by S.A.S.F.A.-Schools may contact the SANFL on 82682088 for a copy of the booklet "Junior Policy Information Booklet". Coaches are not permitted to use runners. Trainers are not permitted on the ground. Should players require a drink, then they must get one by coming off the ground through the interchange gate. In the event of serious injury, the umpire will stop the game and only authorised persons are to enter the playing arena. Players whom the umpire considers to be guilty of foul play or bad language may to be for a period of up to 15 minutes (at umpire’s discretion). They can be replaced. sent off

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PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: SAPSASA has strongly endorsed the wearing of approved safety equipment in all of the SAPSASA Sporting Competitions. Padded Goal posts All goal and behind posts must be suitably padded to a height which can be reasonably expected to prevent injury. Field umpires shall not allow games to proceed unless this rule is complied with. Portable posts are to be erected in such a manner as can be reasonably expected to prevent injury.

GIRLS’ FOOTBALL KNOCKOUT COMPETITION
GIRLS’ FOOTBALL MATCH CONDITIONS: 1. 2. 3. 4. PLEASE READ THE ACCOMPANYING GENERAL RULES & CONDITIONS. Nomination is conditional to abiding by SAPSASA Rules and Regulations Please note that this competition is for GIRLS ONLY. A Team shall consist of up to a maximum of 15 players who take the ground at any one time and any number of reserves HOURS OF PLAY: SCHOOLS ENTERING THIS COMPETITION DO SO EXPECTING TO PLAY IN SCHOOL TIME. Schools are to make mutual arrangements for venue and umpires except for grand finals. GRAND FINALS SAPSASA will organise a central umpire. Schools need to organise goal umpires, time keepers, interchange stewards with appropriate uniform and equipment. In Grand Finals should the score be tied at the end of normal play then the trophy is to be shared. SAPSASA will present 18 medallions to the winning team/s. 5. TIME AND PROVISIONS: 4 x 10 minute quarters. Changeover Times First quarter: Maximum of 2 mins.Half Time: Maximum of 10 mins. Three quarter time: Maximum of 3 mins. During breaks (1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 time) only the coach shall be permitted on the ground. RULES (1) There shall be no rucks and rovers (2) Interchange of players may take place at any time (3) Where difficulty occurs fielding full numbers, both coaches and team managers must agree to assist to equate player numbers. Start of Play (1) The game shall be started by a ball-up between two centre line players in the centre of the ground. (2) Players contesting the ball-up should be of approx. equal size. (3) A player may not grab the ball at ball ups and play on. She must knock, palm or punch the ball to a team mate or open ground, and may not play the ball again until it has either been touched by another player or hits the ground. (Full possession rule) (4) No more than three players from each team shall be closer to the ball-up than approximately 20 metres. After a goal Play is restarted as in the start of play Scrimmage (1) When a scrimmage develops the umpire shall stop play and call a ball up by players nominated by the umpire. (2) Full possession at the ball-up is not permitted. Out of Bounds (1) When the ball goes out of bounds from a kick, a kick shall be awarded to the nearest opponent. (2) If there is doubt as to which team kicked the ball out of bounds, the umpire shall call a ball-up five metres from the boundary. (3) When the ball goes out of bounds off hands or body, the umpire shall call a ball-up 5 metres from the boundary. (4) Full possession at the ball-up is not permitted. Tackling Players can - hold an opponent with their hands - bump the player in the side only

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- knock the ball out of the opponent hands - steal the ball out of the opponent’s hands - push to player in the side Bouncing the Ball A player in possession may bounce the ball only once Kicking off the Ground A player is not permitted to deliberately kick the ball off the ground. 8. Coaches are not permitted to use runners. Trainers are not permitted on the ground. Should players require a drink, then they must get one by coming off the ground through the interchange gate. In the event of serious injury, the umpire will stop the game and only authorised persons are to enter the playing arena. Players whom the umpire considers to be guilty of foul play or bad language may to be sent off for a period of up to 15 minutes (at umpire’s discretion). They can be replaced.

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PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: SAPSASA Executive has strongly endorsed the wearing of approved safety equipment in all of the SAPSASA Sporting Competitions. 12. Padded Goal posts All goal and behind posts must be suitably padded to a height which can be reasonably expected to prevent injury. Field umpires shall not allow games to proceed unless this rule is complied with. Portable posts are to be erected in such a manner as can be reasonably expected to prevent injury.


				
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