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3 The Scorer plays an important role in any game. Scorers provide an invaluable service to Umpires, Coaches and Players, as well as to spectators and fans. These duties include: Keeping track of runs, outs and strike counts; Recording any injuries or other issues; Submitting Game Report Cards. You are also one of the Officials of the Game and are therefore bound by the Codes of Conduct for a Scorer. Role of the Scorer

4 1 An Official shall be: a) Coach; b) Umpire; c) Scorer; d) Manager; or e) Committee representative 2.Place the safety and welfare of the participants above all else. 3.Accept responsibility for your actions. 4.Ensure that rules, equipment, length of games and training schedules suit the age, ability and maturity level of the participants. 5.Ensure that everyone involved in junior sport emphasises fair play, not winning at all costs and focus on the spirit of the game rather than the errors. 6.Compliment and encourage all participants. Give ALL children equal opportunities to participate. Encourage and promote rule changes which will make participation more enjoyable. 7.Be consistent and impartial when making decisions. Be courteous, respectful and open to discussion and interaction. 8.Condemn unsporting behaviour and promote respect for all Teams, Managers, Coaches and Officials. 9.Verbal abuse towards Players, Managers, Coaches, Officials or Spectators will not be tolerated. 10.Be a good sport yourself. Actions speak louder than words. 11.Keep yourself informed of sound umpiring principles and seek skilled advice when necessary. Seek continual self improvement through the study, performance appraisal and regular updating of competencies. 12.Remember you set an example. Your behaviour and comments should be positive and supportive. 13.No alcohol or cigarettes at training or any games on the diamond or bench. We are a cigarette, alcohol and drug free sport. 14.Avoid any situation which may lead to a conflict of interest. Officials Code of Conduct

5 Teeball Scorer TBAWA RulesLocal Club Rules 2.3 (b) Shoes (enclosed type) must be worn at all times by anyone involved in a game. 4 Scorers 4.1. Positioning The Scorers must sit together behind the home plate and outside the dead ball lines Notify the Umpire The scorers must notify the umpire when: (a) a batter bats or is about to bat out of order (b) the ninth batter has completed their turn at bat. 5.In line with TBAWA Rule 2.3(b) ALL Coaches, Base Coaches and Umpires on the Diamond are to wear a hat and enclosed shoes (no sandals, thongs or bare feet) when on the Diamond. 10.All games will be scored, however the 6 & Under scores will not be announced until after the Christmas Break. The only people permitted to look at the Scorebook during a game are the Coaches. The Umpire may only look at the Scorebook if the Scorers ask for assistance. 6.4 Injury Reports (a)Umpires will instruct scorers to record in the scorebook next to the appropriate players name any injury they feel could/may require some ongoing attention. b)Scorers should have the Umpire fill out an incident report/s after the game. 8.(c)On all warnings, the Umpire shall instruct the scorers to enter such, on the scorecard, with the offending members name, team and type of offence.

6 How to Score Teeball The Coach/Manager for each team will provide you with a Batting Line-up. Before the game starts both team lists need to be written into the Scorebook. The Scorebook Batting Line Up 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: The Batting Line-Up In Teeball, both Teams are scored on the same page. The Away Team is listed first (and usually bats first), the Home Team listed second (and bats second).

7 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring

8 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring Moving Players around the Diamond As the player/s move around the bases use the following symbols: Single base

9 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring Moving Players around the Diamond As the player/s move around the bases use the following symbols: Single base When more than one base is run in any one hit place an arc through all the bases involved with a home run indicated by a complete circle through all the bases

10 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring Moving Players around the Diamond As the player/s move around the bases use the following symbols: Single base. When more than one base is run in any one hit place an arc through all the bases involved with a home run indicated by a complete circle through all the bases. If the player is put out a 1 (1 st out), 2 (2 nd out) or 3 (3 rd out) is placed in the circle in the centre circle.

11 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring Moving Players around the Diamond As the player/s move around the bases use the following symbols: Single base. When more than one base is run in any one hit place an arc through all the bases involved with a home run indicated by a complete circle through all the bases. If the player is put out a 1 (1 st out), 2 (2 nd out) or 3 (3 rd out) is placed in the circle in the centre circle. If the player comes home the circle in the centre is filled in.

12 The Scorebox Against each player for each innings is a Scorebox which is used to record each persons turn at bat. The four outer sections are used to indicate how a player moves around the bases. The inner circle is used to indicate an out (1, 2 or 3) or a run (colour in the circle) Beginning Teeball Scoring Moving Players around the Diamond As the player/s move around the bases use the following symbols: Single base. When more than one base is run in any one hit place an arc through all the bases involved with a home run indicated by a complete circle through all the bases. If the player comes home the circle in the middle is filled in. Strikes are indicated by a dash on the diagonal line between Home and 1 st Base. If the player is put out a 1 (1 st out), 2 (2 nd out) or 3 (3 rd out) is placed in the circle in the centre circle.

13 Notify the Umpire immediately : 1. On identifying an incorrect batter. If the batter following the incorrect batter has not had an attempt to hit the ball everyone returns to where they were and we pretend as though nothing had happened, the correct batter comes up to bat and we start again. The batter following the incorrect batter has had at least one (1) swing at the ball the missing batter forfeits their turn at bat and must wait until the ext innings to have a turn; the batter at the tee continues their turn. 2. At completion of the 9 th batters turn at bat. You must wait until the batter has been called out or reached at least 1 st base before letting the Umpire know the 9 th batter has completed their turn This rule does not come into play if 3 outs have been made before the 9 th batter has had their turn at bat. Notifying the Umpire

14 Tally the scores at the bottom of the page. Place the runs scored during that innings in the upper-left half and the total runs scored throughout the game in the lower-right half. Finish off the Innings by drawing a diagonal line (bottom-left to top-right) in the Scorebox below the last batter and continue a horizontal line across the top of the next innings. Finishing the Teeball Innings

15 Start a new Innings in the next column alongside the player with the diagonal line through their name. Starting a New Teeball Innings Use the entire column for each innings (i.e. once you complete the at-bat for the player at the bottom of the list, start again at the top of the same column).

16 Start a new Innings in the next column alongside the player with the diagonal line through their name. Starting a New Teeball Innings Use the entire column for each innings (i.e. once you complete the at-bat for the player at the bottom of the list, start again at the top of the same column). Reports Make a note at the bottom of the page of any incidents that occurred during the game, the time they occurred, who was involved and their team. These may include: Injuries to players Warnings or ejections from the playing area. Example: am – Jenny Bloggs hit in right cheek when ball deflected of glove am – Warning issued by Umpire to Coach of Smeck.

17 Please complete details below to enable us to accurately track players individual game counts. Team: Did everyone on your team play today? Yes No – please indicate below those players who DID NOT play Did you borrow players from another team/s (NOT the team you are playing against today) No Yes – please write their name/s below Signed: COACH At the End of the Game Complete both sides of the Report Card. This is a must-do. Even though, at Kalamunda Rangers, we do not player for pennants or premiership ladders the Report Card is a vital tool in calculating player game- counts as well as making the Club aware of any injuries/incidents that have occurred and may require follow up. Individual innings scores are entered with the total at the end on the front of the Report Card, along with any injuries/incidents. Both Umpires need to sign this form. The Plate Umpire also needs to sign your scorebook. 21 / 03 / 10 AddersSmeck Adders Adders Smeck J Bloggs (Adders) hit in right cheek 10:32 am by ball deflecting off glove P Umpire M Greenshirt Joey Browne The back of the form identifies players from your team who did NOT play today.. Ensure you put YOUR TEAM name at the top of the page and get the Coach to sign. This form must be placed in the Score Slips Box located at the Canteen. TB Coach

18 Thats it. Easy! Just remember: Start slow and build up from there. There are people out there to help you – fellow scorers as well as the Umpires and Coaches. All you have to do is ask.


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