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2 1 NET PLAY Version Jul 06

3 2 An interactive PowerPoint presentation developed by Tom Craig, President Heart of Texas (Temple) VB Chapter This presentation is best viewed using Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 To advance the presentation, click the mouse button once to advance to the next item in the presentation at your own pace.

4 3 BLOCKING SITUATIONS - 4 AGENDA BACK ROW PLAYER (BRP) SITUATIONS - 4 SERVING SITUATIONS - 3 OVER THE NET SITUATIONS – 6

5 4 BLOCKING SITUATIONS

6 5 The action of a player (s) close to the net that deflects the ball coming from the opponent by reaching higher than the top of the net. A block may involve wrist action provided there is no prolonged contact C - DEFINITION OF A BLOCK 2006 RULE CHANGE

7 C - DEFINITION OF A BLOCK 2. Completed Block - when the ball is touched by a blocker. Only front row players are permitted to complete a block. 1. Block attempt - the action of blocking without touching the ball. An attempt does not constitute a block. 3. Collective Block - a block executed by more than one blocker in close proximity. It is completed when one of the players touches the ball. It is a blocking fault if a BRP or libero participates in a completed collective block RULE CHANGE

8 7 BLOCK ATTEMPT Any player (back or front row) attempts to block the ball and does not touch the ball, this is a block attempt LEGAL ANY PLAYER Ball not touched Last year it was illegal for a BRP to attempt a block, no matter if the ball was touched or not

9 8 COMPLETED ATTEMPT A front row player attempts a block and touches the ball LEGAL FRONT ROW PLAYER BACK ROW PLAYER A back row player attempts a block and touches the ball ILLEGAL The ball is touched by a blocker

10 9 COLLECTIVE BLOCK Two front row players are double blocking and the ball touches the collective block anywhere LEGAL FRONT ROW PLAYER FRONT ROW PLAYER

11 10 COLLECTIVE BLOCK A block executed by more than one blocker in close proximity ILLEGAL BACK ROW PLAYER FRONT ROW PLAYER One back row and one front row player double blocking and the ball touches the collective block anywhere

12 11 COLLECTIVE BLOCK ILLEGAL BACK ROW PLAYER FRONT ROW PLAYER One back row and one front row player double blocking and the ball touches the collective block anywhere A block executed by more than one blocker in close proximity What is close proximity ?

13 12 4. Blocking a ball which is entirely on the opponent’s side of the net IS PERMITTED when the opposing team has had an opportunity to complete its attack. The attack is considered complete when: BLOCKING ACROSS THE NET b. Attacking team has had the opportunity to spike the ball or, in the official’s judgment, directs the ball towards the opponent’s court a. Attacking team has completed its 3 allowable hits c. Ball is falling near the net and, in the official’s judgment, no member of the attacking team could make a play on the ball

14 13 WHERE IS THE BALL THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN MAKING BLOCKING DECISIONS –In relation to the vertical plane of the net –In relation to the horizontal plane of the top of the net –Are they front row or back row WHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE PLAYER

15 14 BLOCKING SITUATIONS - 1 OFFENSEDEFENSE Attacking team has completed it’s 3 allowable hits Block is made across the net, while the ball is still completely on opponents side LEGALLEGAL ATTACK Offense must contact the ball first

16 15 BLOCKING SITUATION - 2 OFFENSEDEFENSE Attacking team has had an opportunity to complete the attack or directs the ball towards the opponent’s court Block is made across the net, while the ball is still completely on opponents side LEGAL LEGAL ATTACK Offense must always contact the ball first Could be 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd hit

17 16 BLOCKING SITUATION - 3 OFFENSEDEFENSE Ball is falling near the net and in the official’s judgment, no member of the attacking team could make a play on the ball Block is made across the net, while the ball is still completely on opponents side LEGAL Could be 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd hit

18 17 BLOCKING SITUATION - 4 OFFENSEDEFENSE On any hit that causes the ball to enter the plane, any player can contact the ball first LEGAL BLOCKLEGAL ATTACK When the ball is in the plane of the net, it is anybody’s ball, with one exception Exception: If either team has already contacted the ball 3 times, they must let the other team contact the ball first or they will be called for 4 hits

19 18 BACK ROW PLAYER SITUATIONS

20 19 ART 5. A BACK ROW PLAYER SHALL NOT BACK ROW PLAYER a. Participate in a completed block (06 rule change) NOTE: An illegal BR attack shall not be called until the ball has completely crossed the net or is legally blocked by an opponent ( ) b. Attack a ball which is completely above the height of the net while positioned: 1. On or in front of the attack line or its out of bounds (OOB) extension; 2. In the air, having left the floor on or in front of the attack line or its OOB extension;

21 20 c. No part of the ball has crossed the net, and it is legally blocked A BALL IS CONSIDERED TO HAVE CROSSED THE NET WHEN BALL CROSSING THE NET a. It has passed completely beyond the vertical plane of the net b. It is partially over the net and is contacted by an opponent

22 21 WHEN THE BALL IS CONSIDERED TO HAVE CROSSED THE NET Ball moving from left to right 2. It is partially over the net & is contacted by an opponent 3. No part of the ball has crossed the net & it is legally blocked 1. Passes completely beyond the vertical plane of the net Attack is complete OFFENSEDEFENSE

23 22 WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT Some fouls are called (whistled) only when the ball crosses or is considered to have crossed the net, not before Once the ball crosses or is considered to have crossed the net, the other team gets 3 hits

24 RULE CHANGE First part of this rule, no change Play continues when a BRP (on or in front of the attack line), contacts the ball, which is completely above the height of the net, on a team’s first or second contact, directing the flight of the ball toward a teammate, and the opponent legally contacts the ball that breaks the plane of the vertical net. PLAY ON BACK ROW PLAYER (BRP) This will be covered in Back Row Situation # 1

25 24 BR SITUATION - 1A OFFENSEDEFENSE Pass to the setter on 1 st or 2 nd hit The ball is then blocked in the plane of the net and goes straight to the floor LEGAL PLAY Green team BR setter directs the flight of the ball toward a teammate (outside hitter) and the ball enters the vertical plane of the net LEGAL BLOCK BALL DOWN WHISTLE

26 BACK ROW PLAYER (BRP) 2005 RULE CHANGE The 2 nd part of this rule is where the change is: If the ball is hit back into the BRP whose hands are below the height of the net, it is ruled as the team’s 1 st hit/contact. LEGAL - PLAY ON It is an illegal back row attack if the flight of the ball is toward the opponent’s court and not toward a teammate and it is legally touched by an opponent above the net or if the ball completely crosses the net. ILLEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK - SIGNAL # 8

27 26 BR SITUATION - 1B OFFENSEDEFENSE Pass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, to the setter The ball is then blocked while it is in the plane Green team BR setter directs the flight of the ball toward a teammate (outside hitter) and the ball enters the vertical plane of the net, legal set LEGAL BLOCK The ball is blocked back into the hands of the BRP setter that are above the top of the net BACK ROW BLOCK ILLEGAL This is also illegal if the ball touches any part of the BRP’s body while their hands are above the net

28 27 BR SITUATION - 1C OFFENSEDEFENSE Pass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, to the setter The ball is then blocked in the plane Green team BR setter directs the flight of the ball toward a teammate (outside hitter) and the ball enters the vertical plane of the net, legal set LEGAL BLOCK The ball is blocked back into the hands of the BR setter that are below the top of the net FIRST CONTACT LEGAL – PLAY ON

29 28 BR SITUATION - 1 D The ball is blocked back into the back row setter’s hands that are above the top of the net ILLEGAL Back Row Block LEGAL First Contact The ball is blocked back into the back row setter’s hands that are below the net are above the top

30 29 BR SITUATION - 2 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit is going to cross the net Blocker misses the ball and the ball crosses the plane of the net untouched by the blocker ILLEGAL Foul is called when the ball COMPLETELY crosses the plane of the net untouched SIGNAL #8 BACK ROW ATTACK Rule change: no matter what the setter intended to do, this is now only judged on the direction of the ball BR setter contacts the ball completely above the plane in an attack

31 30 BR SITUATION - 3 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, ball is going to cross the net The ball is then LEGALLY blocked in the plane of the net after contact by the setter LEGAL SET Green team BR setter directs the flight of the ball toward teammate (outside hitter), the set causes the ball to enter the plane of he net LEGAL BLOCK PLAY ON

32 31 BR SITUATION - 4 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, is going to cross the net, is ATTACKED across the net by a BR setter, contact is above the top of the net Ball is legally blocked ILLEGAL Foul is called when the ball is considered to have crossed the net (legally block) SIGNAL #8 BACK ROW ATTACK WHISTLE

33 32 SERVING SITUATIONS

34 33 BLOCKING A SERVE OFFENSEDEFENSE A served ball falls within a blockers reach, the ball is above the top plane of the net This is a violation if the ball is blocked anywhere before it falls below the top of the net Foul is called when the ball is touched ILLEGAL BLOCK Rule 9-6-5, Blocking a served ball is not permitted SIGNAL # 9

35 34 ATTACKING A SERVED BALL OFFENSE DEFENSE Served ball The ball is attacked back to the served side from anywhere on the court when the ball is completely above the top of the net Foul is not called until the ball completely crosses the vertical plane of the net or is contacted by an opponent, the ball could be hit into the net SIGNAL # 8 Rule Page 35 Top of net ILLEGAL

36 35 LEGAL ATTACK OF A SERVED BALL OFFENSE DEFENSE Served ball The ball can be attacked back to the served side once any part of it is below the top of the net LEGAL ATTACK Rule Page 35 Top of net Return of serve or legal attack

37 36 OVER THE NET SITUATIONS

38 37 A player shall not contact a ball which is completely on the opponents side of the net unless the contact is a legal block. NET PLAY 9-6-3

39 38 OVER THE NET – 1 A OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass near the net to the setter, FR or BR setter is clearly waiting for the ball Ball is blocked over the opponents court before contact by the setter ILLEGAL Ball is clearly completely on the offensive side of the net SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET

40 39 OVER THE NET – 1 B OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass near the net to the setter, FR or BR setter is clearly waiting for the ball Ball is blocked over the opponents court before contact by the setter ILLEGAL Ball is clearly completely on the offensive side of the net SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET

41 40 OVER THE NET – 1 C Next will be a live action video illustrating the situation in Over The Net 1 B, but in this video the referee fails to make the correct over-the-net call

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43 42 OVER THE NET - 2 OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass and it looks like it will possibly enter the plane of the net, it is not clear if the setter is trying to attack the ball across or set to a teammate, the flight of the ball is straight up and NOT towards the opponents court Ball is blocked over the opponents court AFTER the contact by the setter ILLEGAL Ball is clearly COMPLETELY on the offensive side of the net SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET

44 43 OVER THE NET - 3 OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass and it looks like it will enter the plane of the net, on the 2 nd hit it is VERY clear the FR setter is trying to attack the ball across the net The ball is blocked over the opponents court after the attack hit by the setter The ball is clearly completely on the offensive side of the net LEGAL

45 44 OFFENSEDEFENSE Green team’s 3 rd hit is an attack of the ball over the opponents court by a FR player, usually from an over set or over pass The ball is VERY CLEARLY completely on the defensive side when contacted by the offense ILLEGAL SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET OVER THE NET - 4

46 45 OVER THE NET - 5 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, is going to cross the net, setter (BR or FR) tries to bring the ball back to her side LEGAL The setter or any player tries to bring the ball back to their side of the court when it is still in the plane of the net PLAY ON The ball is CLEARLY still in the plane

47 46 OVER THE NET - 6 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit, crosses the net & the setter (FR or BR) tries to bring the ball back to her side The contact with the ball is after it has completely crossed the plane of the net and is now clearly over the opponents court SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET ILLEGAL The ball is CLEARLY on the opponents side

48 47 QUESTIONS


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