2014 S2 Results R3

Thursday 14/08/2014

Sharks 33 def by Ducks 38
Peter 13, Ron 14

The Nuts 50 def Plankton 28
Tony 26, Cathy 24

Brothers 43 def Clownfish 32
Tim 18, Sam 12

Beached Az 20 def by Pink Pirates 37
Julia 14, Nick 19

The ladder and top scoring rankings have also been updated under Statistics.

Rule Highlight of the Week

With the conclusion of Round 3, the relaxed rules around fill-ins return to normal again. So, time for another reminder. Firstly, captains please remind your team that all fill-in names should be written into the specific section on the sheet. A fill-in is someone who is not printed on the score sheet.

During Round 4 and subsequent rounds each team must have a minimum of 4 of its own registered players (or forfeit the game – don’t forget you could still play a scratch match with whomever is there).

Scores from registered (with another team) players do not count at all Round 4 onwards, so also not towards the total team score (and obviously not be eligible for B & F points for that game). A non-registered fill-in can score and that score will count towards the team total score, but they will not be attributed to the players top scoring rankings & not be eligible for B & F points until officially registered with a team (captain updates team sheet and submits with Kath and Dave).

Duty teams please note that if a registered player scores as a fill-in during round 4 or a later round, and an umpire has not picked this up and signals the score, these scores should not be counted on the score sheet. If you are not sure whether a player is registered with a team or not, then ask the relevant captain and/or umpires ASAP (preferably before game start).

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About Water Basketball Tasmania
Water Basketball is a sport developed by The Hobart Aquatic Centre. It involves two teams of 6 players, who pass the ball down the pool to their goal end, which is a hoop similar to basketball. Each player wears flippers (and a cap to identify which team they are playing for). Goals are scored as two or three points depending how far from the goals you are.

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