2017-18 S1 Results R7

Thursday 7/09/2017

Clownfish 30 def by Beached Az 40
Brett 12, Sam 18

Sea Serpents 33 def by The Nuts 52
Cole 17, Tony 30

Brothers 34 def by Sharks 36
Lisa 22, Ellie 12

Ducks 32 def by Pink Pirates 43
Ron 16, Nicole 18

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

Reminder

A reminder for all teams this week, on how to complete scoresheets when on duty. Please make sure you read this and assist your team mates who don’t read this website. Completing the scoresheets correctly helps the volunteer stats people to correctly record your results and reduces the need for following up with captains and umpires to find out the actual results.

Please check the example scoresheet at the bottom of the Regulations page with guidelines on all its sections, as well as check the below frequent mistakes.

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  • Points should be recorded in 2s and 3s; not by tallying |s. Or as Kyle likes to exclaim: “NO CHICKEN SCRATCHES!!”
  • Fill-ins should be entered in the fill-in section (2 lines only for each team, since a minimum of 4 own players is required to not forfeit).
  • The person completing the scoresheet should count the scores down during the game, but also after the game count the scores for each player across to the right, which provides the check that the final scores match the player’s scores.
  • The person completing the scoresheet should write his/her name at the bottom of the scoresheet, whcih we use if we need to follow up.
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2017-18 S1 Roster

The full roster, featuring the ‘samish’ 8 teams as last season, for the first season of the new 2017-18 financial year (26/7 – 30/11) has been published on the Roster page.

Umpiring has been scheduled for the first 3 rounds, in case there are any changes to the umpiring line-up and/or availability, and the rest will be added by end of week 2. Any questions or concerns regarding umpiring, please contact John asap.

As usual, the full (financial) year planner, which shows game & no game weeks, is available at the bottom of the Roster page as well.

If you haven’t already captains, please submit your updated team sheets to me by email no later than Wednesday 26 July. Just list the confirmed players for now and we can add further players when you submit your updated team sheet later on. Kyle and I will need to have an up-to-date view of confirmed (not potential) players and cap numbers, if you have your own caps, at the start of the competition. Don’t forget, players are only added to the printed score sheet after submitting an updated team sheet (not by writing them on the score sheet on the night).

Lastly, we strongly recommend that all players brush up on their understanding of the Regulations. Umpires still regularly have to explain simple things like how/where to take a free throw after a 3-in-the-2-meter area foul, even to experienced players, which is difficult to do shouting across the pool. Also, have a quick read of what’s expected of the Duty teams and how to complete the Score Sheet.

Have a great season everyone!

Dave

2016-17 S2 Results SF

Thursday 15/06/2017

Clownfish 22 def by Beached Az 40
Brett 9, Sam 18

Sharks 34 def by The Nuts 48
Markus 14, Tony 24

The Roster has been updated for the Grand Finals and at the bottom of that page you will also find the new planning for the 2017-18 financial year.

Check the Regulations for the Fill-in and Team member requirements during the finals.

To confirm, we have enough numbers for the Winter Water Basketball Dinner, so that is definitely going ahead (just in case you were holding off on payment).

The email with details regarding the Winter Water Basketball Dinner has been sent to the captains and further information was provided here last week. They should have forwarded the details to their players for RSVP, so if you haven’t received anything yet then get in touch with your captain asap.

A few questions came up which I’ll address here; you don’t need to order now, you can do this on the night at the table. The salad bar is included in the $35; the $15 is only if you don’t want a main meal and just want access to the salad bar.

Those attending can transfer their $35 to their captain who collects all and then transfers it into the Water Basketball Tasmania bank account, or you can transfer it there directly (you can get the details from your captain). As mentioned, if you just want the salad bar then you can pay the $15 on the night.

RSVP to your captain today and we’ll need everyone’s payments by Friday 23 June.

2016-17 S2 Results QF

Thursday 8/06/2017

The Nuts 26 def by Brothers 29
Jemma 10, Lisa 19

Beached Az 36 def Sea Snakes 30
Sam 18, John 12

Pink Pirates 46 def Clownfish 34
Rob 14, Scott 14

Sharks 40 def Ducks 32
Ronnie 16, Clare 14

The Roster has been updated for the Semi Finals and at the bottom of that page you will also find the new planning for the 2017-18 financial year.

Check the Regulations for the Fill-in and Team member requirements during the finals.

The email with details regarding the Winter Water Basketball Dinner has been sent to the captains. They should have forwarded the details to their players for RSVP, so if you haven’t received anything yet then get in touch with your captain asap.

There will be some awards thrown in for the current season, but we’d like this to be event for all teams to participate in. Please help us make this event a success by getting as many of your team mates to come along as possible. Partners are invited as well.

  • The Dinner will be at 7:00pm on the 1st of July at the Ball & Chain’s upstairs function room.
  • The cost is $35 per head and the menu is a choice (decide/order on the night) of:
    • Chargrilled smoked half chicken – hot smoked and finished on the chargrill and served with a black cherry chutney.
    • Lamb shank – A chunky shank served on potato mash enhanced with a tasty rosemary and red wine sauce.
    • Tasmanian Atlantic salmon – Chargrilled with hollandaise sauce.
    • Porterhouse – It has a fine texture and its taste is boosted by the open grill.
    • We didn’t confirm a vegetarian option but this is simply all you want from the salad bar for about $15. If anyone wants this option then we suggest they just confirm their attendance and then pay on the night to keep it simple.
  • Drinks can be purchased separately at the upstairs bar.

RSVP to your captain by Friday 16 June at the latest. We’ll need payments by Friday 23 June, again via your captain (like the membership fees are paid).

2016-17 S2 Results R14

Thursday 1/06/2017

The Nuts 56 def Sharks 38
Tony 30, Markus 28

Brothers 22 def by Pink Pirates 36
Lisa 10, Susan/Rob each 8

Clownfish 56 def Sea Snakes 33
Julie 16, Leah 10

Beached Az 36 def Ducks 32
Alison 18, Cole 14

The ladder and top scoring rankings have also been updated under Statistics. Congratulations to Jemma Dazeley (The Nuts) who took out the top spot with 276 points (word is that she arranged for Tony to have a cycling ‘accident’ mid-season). Markus Bucher (Sharks) ended up in second spot with 210 points, followed closely by Sam Scandrett (Beached Az) with 205.

Round 14 was the last round of the regular part of the competition and we’re now heading into the 3-week finals period. The Roster has been updated and at the bottom of that page you will also find the new planning for the 2017-18 financial year.

Check the Regulations for the Fill-in and Team member requirements during the finals.

The first Water Basketball Tasmania Annual General Meeting was held last night, for which the minutes will be emailed to the team captains (for distribution to their players) soon. Some of the major points are that the re-negotiated fees for the next couple of years look achievable without too much increase in membership fees (provided we keep our 8 teams running), we should have some cash available to put towards equipment (balls, nets, etc) and that the current Board has been re-elected to continue as is for the next financial year. Thanks to those taking the time to attend.

Lastly, due to booking constraints, we have had to move the Winter Water Basketball Dinner out one more week, to take place on Saturday 1 July. Further details will be emailed to the captains, but to summarise, the dinner will be held upstairs at the Ball & Chain (time to be confirmed) with a choice of fish, steak, lamb shanks or chicken (combined with the renowned B&C salad bar) for around $35 to be paid in advance. Drinks can be purchased separately at the upstairs bar.

You’ll need to RSVP (we’ll do that via the captains & email) by Friday 9 June at the latest, and we’ll need payments by Friday 16 June. Information on how to pay (will be cash or a bank transfer) will be sent to the captains as well. Partners are welcome; we hope as many of you as possible will come along to help make the event a success 🙂

Roster Reminder

As mentioned on April 10th, there are no games this week due to the Australian Water Polo Country Championships taking place at DKHAC.

The competition continues next week 25/5 with Round 13.

2016-17 S2 Results R11

Thursday 4/05/2017

Brothers 44 def Ducks 34
Lisa 18, Cole 12

Pink Pirates 37 def The Nuts 22
Rob 18, Dan 16

Sea Snakes 30 def by Beached Az 58
Caitlin 20, Sam 22

Clownfish 26 def by Sharks 49
Julie 12, Markus 21

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

Rule Highlight of the Week

It’s great that each team does duty and that, for the most part, this is done well and positively. Water Basketball depends on volunteers (thank you umpires and board as well) because we don’t have the funds do do otherwise. Many sports work this way, so it’s great to see every team pitch in.

Having said that, with new players doing duty and existing players forgetting how to at times, it’s important that we remind ourselves of what’s involved and how to complete a score sheet.

Some points to focus on at the moment:

  • If someone is not printed on the score sheet then they are considered a fill-in. Fill-ins must be written in the box below the team list.
  • All players must write their cap number onto the sheet. This is not for the duty team, umpires and later on stats coordinators to have to try and figure out.
  • When setting up equipment, make sure that starts at 7:30pm prompt and is done asap. There is a default set up, so talk to board members or experienced players if you are unsure what that is.
  • Similarly, when tidying up, there is a designated storage spot and method. It also helps when all players who have borrowed caps and/or fins, return those promptly. If you prefer to chat with your team mates, that is fine, but then purchase your own fins and caps so you don’t have to worry about returning anything.
  • Lastly, scoring duty members should make eye contact with the umpire when he/she calls a score, pay attention to the game, and monitor/call time accurately & audibly.

It all sounds a bit ‘instructive’ 🙂 but it is meant to improve how we do things, lessen the dependency on those fixing up after others and make things more enjoyable for everyone. So when you see your team mates being a bit unsure or doing things incorrectly, please step up and help them out.