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Updated 2014 BACK ROW ISSUES AND PLAY AT THE NET (RULES 9.5-9.7) EOA VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS CLINIC THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 TH.

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1 Updated 2014 BACK ROW ISSUES AND PLAY AT THE NET (RULES ) EOA VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS CLINIC THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 TH

2 TONIGHT’S DISCUSSIONS Playing Space Blocking Situations Over The Net Back Row Player Net Faults

3 PLAYING SPACE See rule 9.5.2, page 35 & rule page 36

4 BLOCKING The action of a player close to the net that deflects the ball coming from the opponent by reaching higher than the top of the net at the moment of contact. A block may involve wrist action provided there is no prolonged contact.

5 TYPES OF BLOCKS 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 back row player participates in a completed collective block.

6 JUDGMENT ON BLOCKS WHERE IS THE BALL WHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE PLAYER(S) WHO CONTACTED THE BALL FIRST WHERE ARE THE PLAYERS’ HANDS

7 Block 1 st contact JUDGMENT ON BLOCKS

8 COLLECTIVE BLOCKS BACK ROW PLAYER FRONT ROW PLAYER A block executed by more than one blocker in close proximity What is close proximity ?

9 COLLECTIVE BLOCK?

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12 PLAYING SPACE

13 OFFENSEDEFENSE LEGAL BLOCKLEGAL ATTACK When the ball is in the plane of the net, it is anybody’s ball BLOCKING IN THE PLANE See rule b, page 33

14 OFFENSEDEFENSE Ball is played toward the net by the 3 rd contact by offense. Ball enters plane of the net and is contacted by both teams simultaneously (joust) ILLEGAL It is four hits on offense. The offense must allow the defense to touch the ball first. BLOCKING IN THE PLANE See Case Manual C (page 31)

15 OFFENSEDEFENSE Ball is played toward the net by the 1 st or 2 nd contact by offense. Ball enters plane of the net and is contacted by both teams simultaneously. A legal joust. Ball then lands out on green’s side of the court. BLOCKING IN THE PLANE See Case Manual B (page 31) POINT: GREEN Rationale: since the ball landed on green’s side, orange was the last team to touch the ball

16 OFFENSEDEFENSE Ball is played toward the net by the 1 st or 2 nd contact by offense. Ball enters plane of the net and is contacted by both teams simultaneously. A legal joust. Ball then rolls along the net and hits the antenna, landing out of bounds on offensive side. Rationale: Ball becomes dead after contact with the antenna BLOCKING IN THE PLANE See Case Manual A (page 31)

17 PLAYING SPACE

18 BLOCKING ACROSS THE NET OFFENSEDEFENSE 3rd team contact LEGALLEGAL ATTACK Offense must contact the ball first a. Attacking team has completed its 3 allowable hits See rule 9.6.4, page 36

19 OFFENSEDEFENSE 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 LEGAL LEGAL ATTACK Could be 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd hit BLOCKING ACROSS THE NET See rule 9.6.4, page 36

20 OFFENSEDEFENSE 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 LEGAL Could be 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd hit BLOCKING ACROSS THE NET See rule 9.6.4, page 36

21 OVER THE NET – 1 OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass near the net to the setter. FR or BR setter is waiting for the ball. ILLEGAL SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET

22 OFFENSEDEFENSE 1 ST hit is a return of serve pass to the setter near the net. The setter contacts the ball. ILLEGAL SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET OVER THE NET – 2

23 OFFENSEDEFENSE Team’s 2 nd or 3 rd hit Team’s 2 nd or 3 rd hit is an attack of the ball over the opponent’s court by a FR player, usually from an overset or overpass ILLEGAL SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET OVER THE NET – 3

24 OFFENSEDEFENSE Overpass on 1 st hit is going to cross the net and any player (BR or FR) tries to bring the ball back to their side LEGAL PLAY ON OVER THE NET – 4

25 OFFENSEDEFENSE SIGNAL # 5 OVER THE NET ILLEGAL Overpass on 1 st hit crosses the net and any player (BR or FR) tries to bring the ball back to their side OVER THE NET – 5

26 BACK ROW FAULTS A BACK ROW PLAYER SHALL NOT a. Participate in a completed block 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; See rule 9.5.5, page 35

27 BALL CROSSING THE NET 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 (see 9.4.6) 1. Passes completely beyond the vertical plane of the net OFFENSEDEFENSE

28 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

29 BACK ROW SITUATION - 1 OFFENSEDEFENSE Back Row Pass to the setter BACK ROW ATTACK ILLEGAL

30 Top of net Attack line in front above Towards opp

31 BACK ROW SITUATIONS - 2 ILLEGAL Back Row Block LEGAL First team contact

32 OFFENSEDEFENSE Back Row Player Overpass on 1 st or 2 nd hit is going toward the net ILLEGAL SIGNAL #8 BACK ROW ATTACK BACK ROW SITUATIONS - 2

33 OFFENSEDEFENSE Ball is passed toward the net ILLEGAL SIGNAL #8 BACK ROW ATTACK BACK ROW SITUATIONS - 3

34 OFFENSEDEFENSE Back Row Ball is passed toward the net LEGAL BACK ROW SITUATIONS - 4

35 NET FAULTS ANY NET CONTACT BY A PLAYER REGARDLESS OF THEIR POSITION ON THE COURT OR THEIR PROXIMITY TO THE BALL IS A NET FAULT Rule PAGE 37 A player may not gain an advantage by contacting the floor/wall cables, standards or referee’s platform to play the ball

36 If a player flies into the net supports and/or referee stand in a dangerous manner, it is a fault Do not penalize a player for hustling after a ball, but do penalize them for endangering themselves or you on the stand Signal is Net Violation Rule DANGEROUS PLAY

37 NET FAULT EXCEPTIONS Hair contacting the net is not a foul If the force of the ball causes the net to touch a player on the opposite side of the court, it is not a foul However, if the opposing player “attacks” the ball through the net, it is a net foul

38 YOU MAKE THE CALL

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