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Volleyball Score Sheet Clinic: Completing the International Score Sheet Updated - September 10, 2003 Glenn Johnston, National Official.

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2 Volleyball Score Sheet Clinic: Completing the International Score Sheet Updated - September 10, 2003 Glenn Johnston, National Official

3 The International Score Sheet Used for all International Events in Canada Is very similar to the form used for Inter- university and college matches Is very similar to the form used for high school and age-class competitions

4 Pre-match responsibilities Fill in the location, date and time of the match. Check with coaches about scratches or players not dressing for the match. Record the starting players.

5 Name, Date & Location

6 Fill in the city in which the Event is taking place. For Example: E D M O N T O N The Hall or gymnasium is filled in here. U N I V E R S I T Y If you are given this information fill in the Pool and Match #

7 The 3 letter country code goes in here E D M O N T O N C A N U N I V E R S I T Y Mark an X here for Men s or Women s play. X Mark the category with an X X

8 Fill in the date with the day, month and 4 digit year. If the day or month is a single digit number you must fill in the zero E D M O N T O N C A N The start time for the match goes here. Use the 24 hour clock X X U N I V E R S I T Y

9 E D M O N T O N C A N The 3 letter abbreviation for the teams is filled in here And here. U O AU O C Do not however, fill in the circles indicating A or B until AFTER the officials have conducted the coin toss. B A X U N I V E R S I T Y X

10 The Team Roster

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12 Before starting the Player Roster check with the coaches about which players, if any, will be scratched from the lineup. Copy the 3 letter team abbreviations from the top of the score sheet to here and here. U O C # A. Player U O A The player names & numbers are then filled in. Use the first initial and last name. This will save space. # A. Player

13 U O C # A. Player U O A Be sure to fill in the Coach, Assistant, Trainer and Medical personnel Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical # A. Player

14 U O C # A. Player U O A On the FIVB International score sheet there is only room for one Libero. Fill that in here. In this case you will mark an L to the left of the player s name as they are listed as Libero on the rotation card. On Volleyball Canada scoresheets teams may use more than one player as Libero. Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical # A. Player # A. Libero

15 U O C # A. Player U O A If the 1st and 2nd Referees have conducted the coin toss provide the sheet for the captains to sign. Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical # A. Player # A. Libero Remember: the captains should circle their numbers. Take the sheet to the coaches for their signatures.

16 U O C # A. Player U O A Fill in the Circles to indicate which is Team A & B Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical Head Coach Assistant Coach Trainer Medical # A. Player # A. Libero AB

17 Now were ready for the game! With 30 seconds left in the warm-up the coaches should have given their lineups to the 2nd Referee. He/She will then give it to you to record on the score sheet.

18 Lets Keep Score!

19 The Line-up card looks like this U O A

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21 18 30 U O A U O A U O C Start with the bottom right and go counter clockwise on the rotation card.

22 18 30 U O AU O C Note that the start time and team serving and receiving has been marked Mark an X in the first box of the receiving team. When they get to serve they will have to rotate. x

23 18 30 U O AU O C x Lets keep score! It continues like this for the remainder of the set. In the event of the wrong player going to the service zone you are to let the player commit the serving fault. It is their responsibility.

24 Substitutions

25 18 30 U O AU O C x Substitution! Team B is requesting a substitution. The coach brings #5 to the substitution zone and makes the appropriate verbal & hand signal. The 2nd referee blows his/her whistle. Check the roster to see that #5 is eligible to play.

26 Player Eligibility Check to see that #5 is listed here. If so, raise one hand to signal that he/she is eligible to enter. If not, communicate this to the 2nd official

27 18 30 U O AU O C x Substitution! The 2nd referee will say, #4 is replaced by #5. The score is 15 to 18. (or something similar) You mark a 5 below player number 4 and mark the score. Once complete raise both hands (palms facing out) to signal that you are done and ready to go on. When marking the score, the first number is the team that requested the substitution, the second is the opposition. 5

28 18 30 U O AU O C x Substitution! Should there be a second substitution for the same player you will simply repeat the process When finished you must circle the number of the substitute player to indicate that he/she may not re-enter the set

29 Time Out

30 18 30 U O AU O C x Time out! The coach from Team A requests and is granted a Time out. Team A has 21 points, Team B has 22. You mark the score under the T beginning with the score of the team that called the Time Out 21 22

31 The Set Is Over

32 18 30 U O AU O C x The set is over! Fill in the end time as soon as the set is over. Circle the last rotation score for each team Mark an hourglass shape in the points box to block off any further changes

33 Its Set V

34 Set 5 works the same as Sets 1 – 4. To make things easier begin by looking at the left-most and middle boxes. There are, however, some differences. You will have to: Fill in A or B depending on what the captains choose at the deciding set coin toss. Fill in the 3 letter team abbreviation. Mark the team that is serving and receiving. Mark the start time of the set.

35 Its Set V For the first 8 points of the set only look at the left part of the sheet.

36 Its Set V At the switch fill in the number of points that this team has. 0 8

37 Its Set V Then continue as in any other set, looking at the right side of the sheet. At the end be sure to fill in the end time and the results section as per usual. 0 8

38 Results

39 During the 3 minute set intervals fill in the appropriate information here.

40 At the end of the match you will have to fill in this box It is advisable to complete each line at the end of each set.

41 Start with the team names. U O C U O A

42 Then complete the box scores. U O C U O A

43 If a team has won the set mark a W, if not leave it blank. U O C U O A W W W W W Fill in the totals Fill in the # of substitutions Fill in the # of Time-outs

44 Record the Start & End times of the match U O C U O A W W W W W Fill in the match starting time. Fill in the match ending time. The match duration is difference between the start and end times

45 U O C U O A W W W W W Record the duration of the match Fill in the duration of each set here

46 U O C U O A W W W W W Record the winner of the match Fill in the winner of the match here. 2 U O A 96

47 The Results Portion is now complete. Now its time for the captains to sign the sheet. U O C U O A W W W W W U O A 96

48 Signatures

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50 Glenn Johnston Neal Konowalyk CAN Troy Shostak Jasen Boyko CAN Trevor Roszell Kevin Sexsmith Hal Cook Mel Varga The Approval box should be filled out early in the match when you get a moment. You will need to obtain approval signatures only from the captains, scorers and 1st & 2nd referees (not the line judges).

51 Signatures Glenn Johnston Neal Konowalyk CAN Troy Shostak Jasen Boyko CAN Trevor Roszell Kevin Sexsmith Hal Cook Mel Varga At the end of the match after the results box has been complete the team captains will sign the score sheet.

52 Signatures Glenn Johnston Neal Konowalyk CAN Jasen Boyko Troy ShostakCAN Trevor Roszell Kevin Sexsmith Hal Cook Mel Varga Once complete the Scorer and his/her assistant must sign the sheet. The second referee check over everything and signs. The first referee then check over everything and signs.

53 Recording Sanctions

54 Sanctions

55 When a player or coach is sanctioned you must record the information here. Mark the player/coach at fault Use the player number or C, AC, T, M for other team members in the appropriate box A3 CB4 C B4

56 Important Note! U O AU O C x A point that is scored as a result of a Yellow card penalty is recorded by circling the point not by ticking it off.

57 Remarks

58 The remarks box is used to record information such as: Changes of uniform due to blood Protests Any irregularities during the match (external interference, equipment malfunctions, etc.) After the match the 1st referee will initial this box if any information is added.

59 Then End Thank you. Please provide any feedback to your clinician.


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