Summer Wednesday Night Competition 2019
Rules for Entry
Randwick Netball Association (RNA) will run a Summer Night Competition in 2019. RNA Summer Night Competition will be held Wednesday nights at Heffron netball courts from 16 October 2019 concluding on 11 December 2019.
The RNA canteen will operate during the summer night competition but will not provide the full menu offering as per the winter competition.
Registration for teams will open on 1st September 2019. Team registrations will close 11th October 2019 (New Closing Date).
If you are needing help with registering your team – this Saturday 5th October between 9am-12pm we will be the control room at Heffron to help assist you!
or call Ann 0407 077 382
The RNA Summer Night Competition will be open to:
Junior Teams – can be aged between 10 years and 14 years (age as at 31 December 2019) NOW 9 years able to register.
Senior Ladies Teams – can be aged 15 years and over
Mixed Division Teams – 15 years and over maximum of 3 males per team
Fast Five Teams – Mixed Division – 15 years and over maximum 3 males per team
Summer Night Competition Dates
Summer Night Competition Game Times
Game times are approximate based on number of entries received in each division. 1st Time Slot will be 5.15pm.
Teams must have no less than 8 registered players and no more than 10 registered players.
- Each Team entered must have a dedicated Team Captain and this will be noted on the team registration form along with contact number.
- Team players can be from same club, different club or a mix of clubs but teams should wear same club uniform (outfit), during summer competition. Male team players are to wear similar colours to match club uniform (outfit).
- Each team to provide a Team Name on team registration form.
Teams must supply their own umpire. For Senior Ladies, Mixed Division and Fast Five, umpires must be a minimum of 16 years of age. All umpires should be identified by wear a white top.
Registration Process and Fees
All individual team players must register via the RNA MyNetball link and pay the appropriate fees. Existing netball players must use their current MyNetball ID number to register. New players will be provided with a MyNetball number at completion of registration.
The Team Captain is responsible to ensure that all team players noted on the submitted Team Registration Form have completed their registered via the RNA MyNetball link and full payment has been made, prior to submission of the Team Registration Form
Netball players who have played in the 2019 Winter Season (of any NSW netball association) will be charged a fee of approximately $50.00 and must register via their MyNetball ID. Players who are new will be charged a fee of approximately $100.00. All player registrations must be via the MyNetball link noted above and pay in full at time of registration. All players once registered will by covered by Netball NSW Insurance.
Netball NSW offers no refunds for player registration. Please be careful NOT TO DUPLICATE your Player registration – NO REFUND.
NO refund for teams withdrawing.
Any registered player under the age of 18 is able to apply their Active Kids Voucher to their registration, if applicable.
Team Registration Form
Team Registration form must be submitted by Team Captain, ensure all players have registered via the MyNetball link prior to submission by the close date.
Competition Rules – Junior/Senior/Mixed
- All games will commence and finish by the siren.
- Games will be 40 minutes duration, (2 x 20 minutes). At half time (3 minutes) teams will change ends.
- Competition rules are as per Randwick Netball Association policy guidelines: proof of eligibility, registration of players, forfeits, injuries.
- Mixed teams: 3 males only on the court at the any one time and positioned one in each third only.
Competition Rules – Fast5
Fast5 features modified rules that are outlined below. Outside of these, the standard rules of netball apply.
- Players: Each side only has five players on the court, compared with seven in normal netball competition.
- Timing: Each quarter lasts only six minutes, compared with 15 minutes in normal international netball competition. Breaks in between quarters are two minutes each. Injury time-outs are 30 seconds only; standard rules allow for one initial two-minute injury time-out.
- Coaching: Coaches can give instructions to players from the sidelines during play, from in front of their playing bench. Standard international rules do not allow coaching during play.
- Substitutions: Teams are allowed to use rolling substitutions, with no stoppages in play per substitution and with unlimited substitutions per quarter. Standard international rules only allow substitutions either between quarters or when a player is injured.
- Power plays: Each team can separately nominate one “power play” quarter, in which each goal scored by that team counts for double points. The two teams cannot nominate the same quarter to be their power play.
- Two and Three-point shots: Similar to three-point field goals in basketball and two-point goals in six-a-side indoor netball, the goal shooter (GS) and goal attack (GA) may shoot goals from outside the shooting circle. These goals count for two points if scored from inside the outer zone and three points if scored in the super shot zone; in a power-play quarter, they would count for four and six points respectively. In standard netball rules, goals can only be shot from within the shooting circle and count for one point only.
- Centre passes: After each goal, the team that conceded the goal takes the next centre pass; teams alternate taking the first centre pass of each quarter. Under normal rules, a toss determines the first centre pass of the match, after which centre passes alternate between the two teams.
- Tied scores: Tied games are decided by penalty shoot-outs. Tied games simply continue until one team wins in extra time, or else subsequently achieves a two-goal advantage.
Each team will be responsible to supplier their own scorer. Score cards are to be collected from Control with the first team listed in the division draw responsible on collection. The winning team is responsible to return the completed score card to the control after the game. Any score cards not handed in after the game will have no points allocated.
Any team found to have players who are not registered but play during the summer competition will lose 2 points.
In the event of games being cancelled due to wet weather half games will be played the following round. RNA will communicate any wet weather notices via the RNA website or RNA Facebook page.
Any team unable to play their scheduled game must advise the RNA by midday on the Wednesday of play. Team Captains are responsible to communicate any forfeits direct to email@example.com
Points will be awarded to the opposing team in the event of a forfeit.
Grand finals for all divisions will be held on the final round ie Wednesday, 11 December 2019. The winning team for each division will be noted as “first past the post”.