2017-18 S2 Results R1

Thursday 8/02/2018

The Nuts 60 def Brothers 20
Tony 38, Sam/Lisa/Bec/John each 4

Clownfish 36 def Sheep Stations 30
Shannon 8, Nicole/Jen each 8

Sea Serpents 36 def by Beached Az 48
Caitlin 20, Wes 14

Sharks 45 def Ducks 38
Markus 26, Nicki 20

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

Thank you captains and umpires for the great turn-out to the start of the season Umpiring meeting last night. It was very beneficial to have everyone represented and constructively establish a common understanding and interpretation of the rules.

Weekly Rule Highlight

As in previous seasons, fill-in scores for players registered with other teams (as well as those of non-registered players) count towards the team total during the first 3 rounds of every regular season (see Section 6 of the Regulations), which will give teams the opportunity to settle into the season. In addition, during the first 3 games of the season, there is no minimum of 4 own players requirement and the minimum of 4 players can be met through use of fill-ins from other teams.

Fill-in scores are, during the entire season, noted in the score sheet’s Fill-In section for the team and fill-in players are excluded from top-scoring and Best & Fairest stats for their fill-in game(s). Any players written into the scoresheet’s printed player list (which as mentioned above is incorrect) are considered fill-ins.

Round 4 onwards goals from fill-in players registered with another team do not count (and are not noted on the scoresheet). Scores from new (non-registered) players however continue to count and should still be noted in the Fill-In section of the scoresheet.

Once a player has played 3 games with any team, he/she must register for water basketball and nominate a specific team, as agreed with its captain. During the remainder of the season (after the first 3 games) the minimum of 4 own players or forfeit rule (see 3.5.4) applies.


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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