Sport Regulations Review
Workshop – June 2015
Reviewed – November 2016
SSATIS – Athletics Regulations
Current at 03/03/2015
Meetings should be conducted under the laws of the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) in conjunction with Athletics Australia, except as hereinafter stated.
In the event of inclement weather or forecast inclement weather conditions, a wet weather committee comprising of the Chair of SSATIS, SSATIS Administration Officer and the organising school delegates will meet the day prior to the carnival regarding cancellation/postponement. SSATIS Administration officer will contact SSATIS delegates at the earliest time possible regarding cancellation. Cancellation of carnivals will be done no later than 7:30am on the day of the carnival.
Member schools may have two entries in each individual event, one hurdles competitor and one 4 x 100m relay team/age group. Where no name is entered for an event on a schools’ entry form, then no competitor will be allowed to compete for that school in that event unless a late entry is received 30 minutes prior to the start of the carnival.
Competitors may only participate in one age group, however in SATIS carnivals where and only when, a particular event is not available in any age group, a competitor may participate in the next higher age group where the event occurs without it precluding him/her from participating in other events of their own age group.
a. Athletes must compete in their school’s prescribed sports uniform. Accepted school caps may be worn while competing but must be worn in the accepted manner i.e. Peak to the front. Failure to comply will result in either:
– Not being allowed to compete.
– Disqualification (within the time taken to complete a field event or following the completion of a track event).
b. If a school is unable to outfit teams/individuals in accepted school uniform for Athletics, the Chair of SSATIS is to be notified prior to the event. Organisers will then be notified.
a. The resolution of disputes arising from any event will be in the hands of the referee of the day appointed by the organiser.
b. Protests must be lodged with the SATIS Administration Officer, in writing, by the person-in-charge of a team, within fifteen minutes of the conclusion of the event concerned. The SATIS Administration Officer shall then refer the protest to the referee.
Where a competitor of a school is disqualified, such disqualification will not be announced. The school shall be notified of the reason for the disqualification through the SSATIS delegate by the SATIS Administration Officer.
7. Division and lane allocation
a. Track events are to be by random draw for the first event followed by a rotation. There should be a separate random draw for boys and girls events and for track and field.
Times from both divisions will be re-sorted to determine the final placing’s. A draw will be conducted to determine lane allocation and throwing and/or jumping order. A separate draw will be conducted for track and field events with separate draws for boy’s and girl’s events. The draw will apply to the first event in each area with an ordered rotation for subsequent events. Where, by necessity, an event is run in two races:
a.1. Race 1 and Race 2 will be run with the same lane rotation.
a.2. Times from both races will be combined and re-ranked to determine final placing’s.
b. When less than eight teams are entered in a relay, 200m and/or 400m, lane one will not be used unless carnival referee decides otherwise.
The athletics carnival is to be a 2-start carnival. The designated person breaking on the second start will be disqualified. If the race is stopped a third start will take place.
Starting blocks must be used in all events up to and including 400m and 4 x 100m relays.
10. Starting and Finishing Times
a. A field event will start at the listed starting time or as soon after when the event site becomes available.
b. There shall be three attempts in the throws and long / triple jumps.
c. Where a competitor records three fouls they shall be placed last. If more than one competitor is placed last the points shall be shared.
d. For the throws and long / triple jumps, the order within a round may be altered to accommodate competitors. Flexibility will be given to athletes competing in another event to ensure they have all 3 attempts between the commencement and conclusion of the event. E.g. an athlete may have multiple throws/jumps in one round before they depart or after they return from competing in another event.
e. In the case of the event will be declared to be finished when the last of those present for Round 3 has had his/her throw / jump. In the case of high jump, when the last of those present is eliminated or does not wish to attempt the next height. An athlete returning after that time will not be allowed any further attempts.
A competitor should report to the field event official prior to the actual commencement of the event. He/she may then go / return to another event. A competitor, who fails to report to an official before the actual commencement of the event, may compete in that event at the round/height occurring at the time of their arrival. Another person may report in on behalf of a competitor.
12. High Jump
a. In High Jump events, a competitor who is unable to clear the starting height shall be placed last. If a competitor elects to pass the starting height and subsequently fails to register a successful jump, no points shall be allocated. If two competitors fail to clear the starting height, then the points for the last two positions shall be added together and shared between the two competitors. This format shall be followed should more than two competitors fail at the starting height.
b. Competitors will have two/three attempts at clearing the bar height. The raising of the bar to a new height shall not be delayed in order to accommodate an absent athlete. (International Rules relating to passing a height or forgoing a second or third attempt at a particular height, in order to attempt a next height, apply).
Spike length must not exceed 7mm and 9mm in the heel of jumping and throwing shoes.
The onus is placed on individual schools to ensure that coaches and affiliated coaches stay off the arena. Each school is required to inform their athletes in writing, prior to a carnival, so that the intent of this clause is clearly communicated. If a coach will not leave the arena the student should approach the official at the event. The event should not continue until the coach has left the arena.
15. Points Allocation
a. Individual Events: First place competitor gains the same points as double the number of schools competing for that trophy in the Girls’ or Boys’ competition. Each subsequent placing will drop one point.
E.g. 9 schools- 1st: 18 points, 2nd: 17 points, 3rd: 16 points…….18th: 1 point
b. Relay Events: First place will gain the same points as one and a half times that allocated for first place in individual events for each age group in the Girls’ or Boys’ competition. Each subsequent placing will drop three points.
E.g. If five schools are eligible for a trophy, 1st – 15 pts, 2nd -12 pts, 3rd – 9pts etc.
The following trophies are presented at Southern SATIS Athletics Carnival (Total of 9 Trophies):
Aggregate (Boys, Girls, Co-Ed) – Schools with Years 7-12. Age Groups U13-Open.
College (Boys, Girls, Co-Ed.) – Schools with Years 11 & 12.
Junior (Boys, Girls, Co-Ed.) – Schools with Years 7-10. Age Groups U13-U16.
The order of trophy presentation will be rotated annually to avoid any one group of trophies gaining pre-eminence.
17. Announcement of Results
Final results are not to be read in full at the final presentation. Schools placed fourth and below will have their place only announced. Schools placed 3rd, 2nd and 1st will be announced in that order with their points. Schools shall only be announced in results for trophies that they are eligible to win.
The costs incurred by a school organising this carnival will be met by SSATIS. Program production costs are for paper and “in-house” photocopying. The athletics sub-committee cannot use an “outside” printing firm to produce a program without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS. Once published, lane allocation for track events (including relays) will not be changed unless safety is compromised due to conditions in particular lanes.
19. Tent Pegs
Tent pegs are to be covered with appropriate safety covers.
SATIS Athletics Specifications
In line with AA rules for all weights & heights
Javelin High Jump
Boys U13/14 600g Boys Start Height
U15/16/Open 700g U13 1.25m then 5cm to 1.40m continue by 3cm rise
Girls U13/14 400g U14 1.35m then 5cm to 1.50m continue by 3cm rise
U15/16/Open 500g U15 1.40m then 5cm to 1.55m continue by 3cm rise
U16 1.45m then 5cm to 1.60m continue by 3cm rise
Discus Open 1.50m then 5cm to 1.70m continue by 3cm rise
Boys U13 – U16 1kg Girls Start Height
Open 1.5kg U13 1.20m then 5cm to 1.35m continue by 3cm rise
Girls U13 – Open 1kg U14 1.25m then 5cm to 1.35m continue by 3cm rise
U15 1.25m then 5cm to 1.45m continue by 3cm rise
Shot Put U16 1.25m then 5cm to 1.45m continue by 3cm rise
Boys U13/14 3kg Open 1.25m then 5cm to 1.45m continue by 3cm rise
Open 5kg Hurdles Timetable for Carnivals
Girls U13 – Open 3kg Age B/G Distance No./Ht. Distance (m)
U13 Girls 80m 9 x 76 12, 7, 12
Hurdles U14 Girls 80m 9 x 76 12, 7, 12
Boys U13 90m 9 x 76cm U13 Boys 90m 9 x 76 12, 7, 12
U14 90m 9 x 76cm U14 Boys 90m 9 x 76 13, 8, 13
U15 100m 10 x 84cm U15 Girls 90m 9 x 76 13, 8, 13
U16 100m 10 x 84cm U16 Girls 90m 9 x 76 13, 8, 13
Open 110m 10 x 91xm Open Girls 100m 10 x 76 13, 8.5, 10.5
Girls U13 80m 9 x 76cm U15 Boys 100m 10 x 84 13, 8.5, 10.5
U14 80m 9 x 76cm U16 Boys 100m 10 x 84 13, 8.5, 10.5
U15 90m 9 x 76cm Open Boys 110m 10 x 91 13.72, 9.14, 14.02
U16 90m 9 x 76cm
Open 100m 10 x 76cm
SSATIS Basketball Regulations
1. Grades played include 1st, 2nd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions if there are too many teams for one roster.
2. If a school enters more than one team on the same division, there will be no interchange of players between the teams without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
1. Basketball will be played under the rules of FIBA unless otherwise stated
2. All players must be in recognised school sports uniform (this includes correct shorts and tops) which are correctly numbered. A player incorrectly attired may not take the court.
3. Where a clash of uniform colour occurs, the home team will wear their usual uniform and in the final the higher placed team wears their usual uniform.
4. The game shall consist of four (4) periods of ten (10) minutes running time. The clock will not stop. This includes time outs. There shall be intervals of play of two (2) minutes after the first and third quarter and three (3) minutes at half time. No extra period will be added (See Finals).
i. The clock will stop on every whistle in the last 3 minutes of the last quarter where the point difference is less than 10 points.
ii. The clock will stop during time outs in the last 3 minutes of the last quarter where the point difference is less than 10 points. The clock will stop for all time outs. Time outs are to be one minute in length.
iii. Each team is allowed one time out per quarter.
iv. There will be no jump-balls during the game. Possession arrow is to be used during game to determine jump-balls.
v. The clock will stop for serious injuries. This is at the discretion of the referee.
5. Match officials (referee(s) and scorer) are to be appointed by the Home team. The home team must provide a “match manager” responsible for the facility and necessary equipment including scorebook. In the event a match manager is not provided, the home team coach must fill this role. A failure to meet this obligation will result in a forfeit. Each team should appoint one scorer.
6. Each team is obliged to provide a match ball.
7. Boys -Y7 and Y8 boys will use a size 6 ball. All other teams will use a size 7.
Girls – All grades will use a size 6 ball.
8. Players are allowed to play in teams in a higher grade/division, however, once a player plays up in three roster matches they cannot play down again.
9. A player may play two matches on one day, provided they are playing up from their registered team, and that their name and registered team is filled in on the score sheet. The captain and coach of the opposing team are to be notified (where possible) of this before a player plays in either match.
FINALS & QUALIFYING:
If it is a draw at the end of the Final
i. Year 7-10 and 2nd grade will share the premiership.
ii. 1st grade will play 5 minutes extra time until a winner is resolved.
SSATIS Cricket Regulations
The ICC Standard Playing Conditions for Twenty20 matches provide the playing framework for all Twenty20 cricket. They are updated every year to reflect developments in the game.
The latest ICC documents related to rules and regulations can be found at http://www.icc-cricket.com/about/91/rules-and-regulations/overview
All matches in the SSATIS Grade 7-10 competition are played under the laws of cricket with the following amendments.
(a) Teams shall consist of a maximum 13 players each.
(b) No team may commence play on any day without at least eight (8) players at the ground. If for any reason a team is not ready to start play by 4.35pm it shall automatically forfeit the match.
(c) Matches will be played between 4:15pm and 6:45pm. The first innings shall commence at 4:15pm and conclude at 5:30pm. The second innings shall commence at 5:40pm and conclude at 6:45pm. In the event the team batting first is dismissed within 20 overs and prior to 5:30pm, the second innings may commence immediately following a 10 minute break, with the bowling team having 1 hr and 10 minutes to complete 20 overs.
(d) No over may be started after 6:45pm on any evening. It is the responsibility of umpires and coaches to ensure that this rule is not broken. Late starts, slow over rates and weather interruptions are not excuses for breaking this rule.
(e) Late Starts Due To Weather: Should a late start occur due to the weather conditions, the time remaining shall be divided in half and overs calculated at the rate of one over every 3 minutes. Should the number of overs remaining not be devisable by two, add one additional over to ensure both teams receive an equal number of overs.
(f) No team may bat for more than 20 overs and a Compulsory Declaration will occur at 5:40pm regardless of whether the 20 overs have been completed.
(g) In the event that the team batting first does not get bowled out and are forced to close their innings prior to facing their allotted 20 overs, the team batting second shall only receive the same number of overs as they bowled to the team batting first.
(h) Play shall cease at 6:45pm or at the completion of the over that commenced prior to 6:45pm. Should the team batting second receive fewer overs than the team batting first, the result will be determined by the runs scored at the completion of the equal number of overs faced by each team.
(i) The ball to be used is to be of good quality, White coloured and EITHER a two piece or 4 piece leather ball.
(j) Only those matches where results are achieved will count for the purpose of net run rate calculations. Where a match is abandoned, but a result is achieved the SATIS 1st Regulations apply… If the innings of the team batting second is shortened, then the amended target score will be calculated as follows:
– the total runs scored by the team batting first from the same number of overs to be received by the team batting second.
– The highest scoring overs of the team batting first shall be counted.
– This total is then discounted by the rate of 0.5% per over lost. e.g. If the match was reduced to a 35 over match the second team must score 95% of the sum of the 35 highest scoring overs from the first 45 over innings.
– the target score is then the discounted total (ignoring fractions) plus 1 run.
(a) A batsman must retire after facing 20 balls during an innings. Retired batters may return to bat at the fall of the last wicket of that innings, in the same order that they retired.
(b) New batsmen must be in position within 90 seconds of a wicket falling.
(a) No Bowler may bowl more than 4 overs in a game.
(a) A No Ball is;
1) A short pitched delivery that passes or would have passed above the batsman standing upright at the crease.
2) A full toss over waist height regardless of the speed of the bowler.
(b) A No Ball equals one run plus any runs scored by the batsman and shall be re-bowled.
(c) The delivery following a no ball shall be a free hit to the batsman with standard rules on no-ball dismissals applying.
(a) All fielders must be at least 10 metres from the batsman. This restriction doesn’t apply to the wicket keeper or slips cordon, including Gully.
(b) A bat/pad fielder is allowed but it is compulsory to wear a helmet and a protector (box). Should the bat/pad not wear a helmet the umpires will not allow play to commence until the player is at least 10 metres from the batsman.
(c) No more than four (4) fielders may be within 20 metres of the boundary for any delivery. The 20 metre mark shall be judged by the umpire/s.
The result is decided on the number of runs scored by each team at the same number of overs as per Rule 1(d) and 1(g). If both teams are tied on the same number of runs, the result in this case is a Tie.
N.B. Declarations are counted as team dismissed.
Each team must face a minimum of five (5) overs for a result to be attained from a match.
The match points in this competition are awarded as follows;
DRAW/NO RESULT (wash out) 3
FORFEIT WIN 5
FORFEIT LOSS 0
As stated above, a No Ball will incur a one run penalty to be scored in the No Balls column.
In the case that runs are taken off a No Ball, these will be additional to the one run penalty for the bowling of the No Ball. If these runs are off the bat, any runs taken will go to the batsman, with the one run penalty being recorded in the No Balls column. If runs are taken as byes or leg-byes, the same situation will occur with one run added to the No Balls column and any additional runs completed added to the byes or leg-byes column.
A wide equals one run and shall be re-bowled. Should the wide not be taken by the wicket keeper or any other fieldsman, the additional runs are scored as wides, for example, if a wide is bowled and the batsmen run two, the total is three wides.
SSATIS Cross Country Regulations
GENERAL EVENT GUIDELINES
1. SSATIS will conduct an Inter School Cross Country in collaboration with Athletics Tasmania.
2. In the event of inclement weather or forecast inclement weather conditions, a wet weather committee comprising of the Chair of SSATIS, SSATIS Administration Officer and the organising school delegates will meet the day prior to the carnival regarding cancellation/postponement. The SSATIS Administration officer will contact SSATIS delegates at the earliest time possible regarding cancellation. Cancellation of carnivals will be done no later than 7:30am on the day of the carnival.
3. Ten races shall be held over the following distances:
Under 13 3km
Under 14 4km
Under 15 4km
Under 16 5km
Under 13 3km
Under 14 3km
Under 15 3km
Under 16 4km
Age date will be taken as at 31st December in the current year.
4. Scoring System for each event/race
Unlimited entries. First 5 runners per school to finish, score. The next 5 to displace. Winning school determined by the lowest number of points.
5. Aggregate Shield point score is determined by the number of schools entered. First 4 points, second 3, third 2 and fourth 1, if 4 schools are entered. The points score for each age group will be added together to determine the winners of each of the trophies.
6. The following trophies are presented at the Cross Country Event;
• Aggregate (Boys and Girls) – Schools with Yr 7 – Yr 12 students
– Age Groups Under 13 – Open
• College (Boys, Girls and Co-Ed) – Schools with Yr 11 and Yr 12 students
• Junior (Boys, Girls and Co-Ed) – Schools with Yr 7 – Yr 10 students
– Age Groups Under 13 – Under 16
• Open team (Boys and Girls) – Open Age Group only
Individual trophies will be presented to the winners in each Age Group.
The order of Trophy presentation will be rotated annually to avoid any one group of trophies gaining pre-eminence.
7. Member schools which cater for only Grades 7 – 10 will be permitted to enter teams in the Open Age Group events, and thus be eligible for individual trophies.
8. Athletes must compete in their school’s prescribed sports uniform. (See uniform registry). Accepted school caps may be worn while competing but must be worn in the accepted manner i.e. Peak to the front. Failure to comply will result in either not being allowed to compete or disqualification. Notice of disqualification will be given to the relevant SSATIS delegate.
If a school is unable to outfit teams/individuals in accepted school uniform for Cross Country, the Chair of SSATIS is to be notified prior to the event. The cross country sub-committee will then be notified.
9. The point scores will be accepted as the correct scores at the conclusion of the carnival. Appeals may be lodged with the organising committee within 48 hours.
10. The costs incurred by a school organising this carnival will be met by SSATIS. Program production costs are for paper and “in-house” photocopying.
11. Lodgements of protests.
The cross country sub-committee appoints a neutral referee who will make decisions on any protest.
• Prior to Cross Country SSATIS Delegates and/or Cross Country Coordinator will brief athletes on the acceptable sporting behaviour when racing.
• Marshals will be briefed by the referee, who will clearly state that any competitor who jostles or obstructs another athlete, so as to impede his/her progress, shall be liable for disqualification.
• Each school will need to supply 2 adult marshals (not students).
• At the start line all competitors will be briefed again by the start marshal about sporting behaviour when out on the course.
• If a marshal sees any action which causes concern this will need to be briefly documented and given to the referee for consideration.
• An athlete may also lodge a protest through their SSATIS delegate or teacher-in-charge. This to needs to be documented briefly.
SSATIS FOOTBALL RULES & REGULATIONS
Updated: 21-September 2016
The games will be played under the current laws of football as applied by the Australian Football League, subject to the variations listed.
1. Team Officials
Schools are responsible for providing the following officials:
1.1 A coach
1.2 Central umpire. (boundary and goal umpires if available)
1.3 A runner, who must be dressed in a fluoro or white top. The runner may not be an
interchange player. The preference is for a senior student or a member of staff.
1.4 A staff member with a minimum Level 1 First Aid Qualification
2. Duties of The Host School
The host school will provide:
2.1 Provide one game ball
2.2 Provide access to toilet & change room facilities
2.3 Carry out a safety check of facilities and ensure that ground is in suitable playing condition
2.4 Ensure that a person has been appointed as timekeeper
2.5 Appropriate measures for the proper conduct of parents, coaches and
players participating in each game under their control.
3. Venues and Times
3.1 Games will start at 4.15pm
3.2 The host school will determine the venue. The venue would normally be the host school’s
own home ground but the host school may choose another venue of suitable standard if the
home ground is unavailable.
4.1 Each game will consist of 20 minute halves with NO time on
4.2 Breaks between the halves of 5 minutes
5.1 There will be a grand final between 1st and 2nd place on the
5.2 Final ladder positions will be determined by points and percentage from roster season
5.3 The Grand Final to be played at the ground of the highest placed team on the ladder
at the end of the roster season or at a ground mutually agreed upon
5.4 Extra-Time: Where two teams are tied at the end of full time, two periods of 5 minutes extra time shall be played with no time on and no break between these two periods, except to change ends. A break of 5 minutes will precede the start of the extra time. If at the end of that time the game is still tied, then the result will be a shared premiership
5.5 Eligibility for Finals: To be eligible for the SSATIS Grand Final, students must have played a minimum of half of the roster games
6. Sending Off: Green and Red Cards
6.1 In all cases except for physical abuse, direct verbal abuse at an opponent or the umpire, or
where a player has lost control and continues to swear, the umpires should be encouraged
to use the 50m penalties and/or free kicks. If a boy is penalised by a 50m penalty, he shall
be automatically pulled from the ground by the coach to explain his error. He may be
replaced immediately, once across the boundary line. The length of time he spends off the field is at the discretion of the coach. The game will continue during this process.
6.2 In the case of a player sent from the field under a green or red card, the umpire shall
escort the player from the field and explain to the match manager the reason and the length of time of the suspension.
6.3 Green card: For “cooling off” or a warning. Player may be replaced. Maximum of 15 minutes on the bench at the discretion of umpire for the length of the penalty
6.3 Red Card: Rest of the game, player cannot be replaced, automatic report.
6.3.a Any form of striking, whether contact is made or not and for any other offence listed
in our regulations not covered by the green card. It is for the rest of the game.
6.3.b Any red cards shall be followed with a written umpires report.
7. Set Penalties by Schools
7.1 Sent off for repeated swearing or swearing at the umpire – Rest of game plus the next SSATIS game
7.2 Sent off for violence – rest of game plus the next two SSATIS games
8. Umpires Reports
8.1 If a player is reported by an umpire, the report is sent to the SSATIS and Administrative
Officers and the schools and AFL Tasmania are notified.
8.2 If the report is challenged, the school’s Director of Sport is to arrange an Internal Appeals Tribunal on the following day to present the report and opposition teams recommendation.
8.3 The outcome is to be communicated to opposition school for approval.
8.3.a If Approved: Decision forwarded on to the SSATIS Administrative Officers to
notify AFL Tasmania.
8.3.b If Challenged: Decision forwarded on to SSATIS Administrative Officers
and Chair of SSATIS to make final decision based on findings.
9 Appeals Tribunal
9.1 An internal tribunal system will operate in the case of an appeal by a reported student.
The tribunal will be comprised of (if available):
– Director of Sport
– Reported Student
9.2 Opposition team notified of decision. If decision accepted, then rule 8.3.a applies. If
challenged, rule 8.3.b applies.
10. Suspension by other bodies
20.1 Where a player is suspended by another body, he is not eligible to play for SATIS until he is
cleared to play with that body.
SATIS FOOTBALL UMPIRE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
SATIS games will be played under the current laws of football as applied by the Australian Football League, subject to the variations listed below
• Umpires will be provided with match program and full team lists at least 10 minutes before start time.
• The central umpires and match manager must ensure that the goal umpires check scores at each quarter and half time break.
• Only the Match Manager may approach the umpires at a break. No decision of the umpires, whether correct or not, may be overruled by the coaches. If there is an issue, the Match Manager, WHO MAY NOT BE the coach of the Home Team on the day, may approach the umpires at the breaks.
• A team coach may approach a Match Manager at breaks in play and request an explanation of the umpires’ interpretation of rules of the game. It is the Match Manager’s responsibility to ensure such an approach is courteous and constructive.
• Umpires are invited to join both schools for refreshments following the game
Game Duration: 2 x 20min halves, 5 min half time break.
Green and Red Card System
• cooling off
Max 15 minute send off – umpires discretion (eg 5, 10 or 15 mins)
Rest of the game send off
Player may be replaced Player may be replaced
Second offence = Red Card Automatic Report
Umpires written report required
Umpire to escort players sent from the field with a green or red card and explain to the Interchange Steward or Match Manager the reason and the length of time for the suspension.
Set Penalties – Sent off for repeated swearing or swearing at the umpire – Rest of game plus the next match. – Sent off for violence – rest of game plus the next two matches. – If an umpire considers two weeks is insufficient for the offence, they should recommend a further penalty in their report to the Match Manager.
SSATIS FOOTBALL DUTIES OF MATCH MANAGER
Check List: Before the Game
• Check ground open, ambulance access & awareness of any no-parking areas
• Check facilities: change rooms & toilets clean for players, umpires & visitors
• Check safety issues: tap covers, surface, goalpost pads
• Game balls: Size 4 (Year 7/8), Size 5 (Year 9/10)
• Assume responsibility of time keeper and interchange steward if positions not filled
• Be responsible for the proper conduct of coaches, parents and players
• Check List: After the Game
• Accompany the umpires from the ground at full time
• Collect balls, flags, timer, score cards
• Obtain match details from both teams (correct score, goal kickers, and their best 3 players)
• Check any report details with umpires – report card provided
• Check facilities are clear; change rooms cleaned and lock up.
Hockey Regulations – Southern SATIS
Last Updated: 23-Jun-2015
NB: SSATIS Hockey is run in conjunction with Hockey Tasmania
Grades played include Division 1 and Division 2, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions if there are too many teams for one roster.
If a school enters more than one team on the same division, there will be no interchange of players between the teams without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
Matches shall be played under the rules of Hockey Tasmania except as herein stated.
Each team must provide one umpire, except in Division 1 where umpires are provided by Hockey Tasmania. Hockey Tasmania will provide umpires for all finals in all divisions.
Games will consist of 2 x 25minute halves with a 5 minute break for half time
The clock will not be stopped throughout the game
There will be no extra time played at the event of a drawn game
The number of players that may be interchanged during a game is five.
Results must be forwarded to Hockey Tasmania. Hockey Tasmania is responsible for collating ladders in all divisions.
When opposing schools’ team colours are similar, the first named team on the roster should change their shirt and socks.
Once a player has played more than half the roster, in the 1sts, he/she cannot return to the 2nds team. This includes entering the field of play at any stage in the game.
Drawn Grand Finals
When a final is played between a SSATIS school and non SSATIS school, due to the time allocated for matches, there is not an opportunity for games to go into extra time. Therefore, in the event of a drawn game the team on top of the ladder at the end of round games will be awarded the winner.
When a final is played between SSATIS schools the SSATIS administrator should liaise with Hockey Tasmania regarding the starting time to accommodate extra time and shoot outs.
Year 7-10 competitions
When a game is drawn extra time will be played. Two 7.5 minute halves with no break between. 1st half 9 players, 2nd half 7 players.
1st grade competitions
When a game is drawn extra time will be played. Two 7.5 minute halves with no break between. 1st half 9 players, 2nd half 7 players. If the game is still drawn after extra time there will be a penalty shoot-out. One versus one. Field player starts at 25 yard line, goal keeper in the goals. Once whistle is blown field player has 8 seconds to score. Each team has 5 shoot-outs.
NETBALL REGULATIONS – SOUTHERN SATIS
1. Grades played include 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions if there are too many teams for one roster.
2. If a school enters more than one team on the same division, there will be no interchange of players between the teams without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
1. Netball shall be conducted under the rules of the All Australia Netball Association except as stated.
2. Netball matches are as follows:
1st Grade – Game time (will vary according to stadium location and availability year to year) In general it may be assumed there will be a 4.00 & 5.00pm game. Games played as 4 x 12min. quarters, 1 x 5 and 2 x 2 breaks.
2nd Grade – Games played as 4 x 12 min. quarters, 1 x 5 and 2 x 2 breaks.
3rd Grade –Games played as 4 x 12 min. quarters, 1 x 5 and 2 x 2 breaks.
Y7 & Y8 – Game times 4:15pm & 5pm. Games played as 4 x 10 min. quarters, 1 x 5 and 2 x 2 breaks.
Y9 & Y10 – Game times 4:15pm & 5pm. Games played as 4 x 10 min. quarters, 1 x 5 and 2 x 2 breaks.
3. Where a school has more than one team in one roster, players may not move between teams at any time without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
4. Players must be correctly dressed in recognised School playing uniforms. No track pants or bike pants are to be worn during play. Proper netball gloves may be worn.
5. Positional bibs must be worn.
6. Before the start of the match, names of members of both teams are to be filled in on the score sheets.
7. A scorer from each school and one timekeeper shall sit together for the duration of the game. Score sheets are to be signed by the umpires at the conclusion of the match.
9. Each team is obliged to provide an umpire and a match ball. If umpires fail to turn up it is to be marked on the score sheet. Umpires are supplied for 1st Grade matches.
10. Post covers are to be used around goal posts.
11. A player may play two matches on one day, provided she is playing up from her registered team, and that her name and registered team is filled in on the score sheet. The captain and coach of the opposing team are to be notified (where possible) of this before a player plays in either match.
12. Matches must start on time whether all players are present or not. The missing player may not come into play until a goal has been scored and the umpire has been notified. The interchange rule, as stated below, will apply. Must be 5 players to start a game.
13. You may interchange when an injury occurs, or at an interval. Players being interchanged may return to the game later. There is no limit to the number of interchanges a team may make.
NOTE: THE CLOCK DOES NOT STOP FOR INJURIES OR BREAKS IN PLAY (Except for SSATIS Finals as outlined in 13a).
13a: The SSATIS final is not to be centrally timed. Both schools must provide a time keeper.
All injury/illness stoppages, which will include blood, will be up to 30 seconds, and the player concerned must leave the court. Whoever calls a time out must leave the court immediately – under no circumstances are they to stay on the court. They are allowed to come back on the court at the next break whether it be another injury call or an end of Quarter break. Changes can be made by both teams at one of these injury time outs.
Any further injury time outs called within a quarter must ensure that the player who has called time immediately leave the court and be replaced within a 30 sec time frame.
All injured/substituted players may return to the court during end of quarter breaks.
14. The countdown timer must follow the umpire with 10 seconds remaining in each quarter.
1. Where possible, umpires will be independent for all finals.
2. Matches are to be played:
• 1st Grade at a central venue (STNA, Creek Road in 2017)
• 2nd and 3rd Grade – various schools
• Y7-10 Grade at the venue determined by the team on the top of the ladder.
3. The SSATIS final is not to be centrally timed. Both schools must provide a time keeper.
Extra time in finals:
In the event of a drawn score at full time the teams will be given a 2 minute break before continuing with 2 x 7min halves with an interval of 1 min at half time. The teams will change ends at half time. The centre pass is to taken by the team entitled to the next centre pass.
During this time, normal injury or illness procedures shall apply ie: 2 minutes for each team for an injury time out per half and then any consequent time out calls will see a change of competitor within 30 secs.
In the event of a draw at the end of extra time, a visual signage/signal is to be used by the umpire to indicate that play shall continue until one team has a 2 goal advantage. At that time they are declared the winner.
SOCCER REGULATIONS – SOUTHERN SATIS
Grades played include 1st, 2nd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions/pools if there are too many teams for one roster.
1) Matches will be played under current regulations as applied by Football Federation Australia subject to variations listed below.
a) Boys 1st: The match will consist of two halves of forty minutes. There will be a 10 minute break between halves.
b) All other grades for boys and girls: The match will consist of two halves of twenty-five minutes. In matches which are likely to be compromised by poor light games are expected to conclude by 5.15pm (daily sunset time). It is the joint responsibility of coaches to make a decision on shortening the match either at the beginning of the game or at half-time.
c) For the SSATIS Final, if light becomes an issue with daylight savings, the match should be scheduled at an earlier time after school at a time convenient to both teams.
3) Each school will provide a suitable match ball. Years 7 and 8 size 4 ball, all other grades size 5 ball
4) The home team is to provide a referee with adequate experience and each team is to supply a competent linesperson.
5) Number of Players
a) 1st grade: Teams will consist of eleven players with up to four interchange players. A team must have at least seven players to commence a match.
b) All other grades, team numbers are negotiable.
6) Uniform requirements
a) Players in 1st Grade must have numbers on their shirts.
b) Goalkeepers are to wear a different coloured top to the other players in their team and the opposition.
c) Goalkeepers are to wear protective gloves.
d) Shin pads must be worn and mouth guards are highly recommended.
e) Shin pads must not be visible; socks should be above the shin pads.
7) Interchange Rule
8) 1st grade: In cases where abuse of the interchange rule occurs it has been recommended to referees that, unless in the case of serious injury, that a 5 minute gap between stoppages for interchange be invoked. No team should be disadvantaged if they have the maximum players allowed.
a) 1st grade: If a player receives a yellow card a report must be sent to the SSATIS Administrative Officer. If a player collects three yellow cards within an SSATIS season they are automatically suspended for the next match in the roster. The SSATIS Administrative Officer should advise all schools of this.
b) If a player receives a red card he/she is automatically suspended for the next SSATIS match. Further action is left to the discretion of the school. In all cases a report must be sent to the SSATIS Administrative Officer.
10) Reporting Players:
(i) The referee will take note of the incident and write details on the team sheet.
(ii) The school involved must also report the incident to the SSATIS Administrative Officer.
11) Nets and Corner Posts should, wherever possible, be in place for all games. Finals should be played on good standard grounds and Nets and Corner Posts should be in place for these games.
12) Points should be allocated as follows:
13) Win = 5; draw = 3; loss = 1; forfeit = 5
14) Determining a winner
a. For 1st Grade: In the event that two teams tie on points at the completion of the roster (Match Ratio will be used to determine ladder positions), and in the event that a Final cannot be played by the rostered date, the premiership will be determined by percentage (points for and against). If still tied the premiership will be determined by points awarded in matches between the two teams and then percentage. If still tied then a play off shall be held at a mutually acceptable time and venue. If schools cannot agree, the matter will be referred to the Chair of SSATIS.
b. For Y7-10 rosters: In the event that two teams tie on points at the completion of the roster (Match Ratio will be used to determine ladder positions), and in the event that no Final can be played by the rostered date, the premiership will be determined by percentage (points for and against). If still tied the premiership will be determined by points awarded in matches between the two teams and then percentage. If still tied the premiership is shared.
15) Drawn Grand Finals
a. For Years 7 -10 and 2nd Grade (and 3rd Grade?) the team on top of the ladder at the end of the roster shall be the winner.
b. 1st Grade should play two 5-minute halves of extra time where possible. If still tied the Premiership will be awarded to the team on top of the ladder.
16) Washed Out Grand Final
a. 1st and 2nd Grade should where possible, reschedule for a time that is suitable to both teams.
b. For Years 7-10 the final shall be awarded to the team higher on the ladder.
NOTE: In sporting rosters conducted by SATIS in which only two teams are entered and which culminate in a State Final, a best of five match series will be played to determine the State Finalist.
For 1st and 2nd, as well as years 7-10 matches, both schools are responsible for sending the results to the organiser by email in the spreadsheet provided by the end of the week. To minimize the risk of errors, both coaches must sign the team sheets at the end of the match with the score recorded.
SOFTBALL REGULATIONS – SOUTHERN SATIS
Term 1: Firsts and seconds
Term 4: Years 7 – 10 whilst in the rebuilding stage – less than 3 teams consistently to see a viable roster.
Whilst the sport to be seen in a rebuilding phase and there is no 1st grade roster as such then girls can compete in both rosters.
1. Softball shall be conducted under the rules of the Australian Softball Federation except as stated.
2. Match format:
a. 1st and 2nd Grade play five complete innings or 75 minutes and the next complete innings thereafter, whichever comes first. HOWEVER, if after three or more complete innings a team is ten or more runs ahead, time and game will be called.
b. Grades 7- 10: A game shall consist of five (5) even innings or 60 minutes and to the completion of any innings begun.
c. For Year 7 – 10 teams the “Nine Batter” rule will apply. i.e. a team shall only have a maximum of 9 batters in any one innings.
i. Interpretation: Where a team has a full nine batters each play shall bat in their nominated position. All players are entitled to bat unless 3 outs have been made in the innings. At the beginning of the next turn at bat the order of batting should begin with the player whose turn it would have been had the previous innings continued. It does not go back to the top of the list.
ii. Interpretation: Where a team has less than nine players it must choose where it will have an automatic out, or outs if there are less than eight players. If an automatic out occurs where the ninth batter would have batted it is important to remember that the second last batter is not treated as the ninth batter. i.e. she walks on Ball 4, fielders do not throw home to get her out. The ninth batter must take her place in the batter’s box for the special condition to apply. i.e. When the ninth batter is batting on Ball 4, all base runners advance one base and the count reverts to strikes only.
d. Year 7 batting tee ruling applies:
When a batter has 3 balls and less than 2 strikes the Tee is brought out. If a batter has a full count i.e. 3 balls and 2 strikes the Tee is not used (to allow the pitcher the opportunity to strike the batter out). This does not apply to the 9th batter. The home team provides the Tee.
e. The minimum number of players allowed on the field to start a game is seven. Absent players will be called out when called to bat.
f. Pitching distances:
i. 1st and 2nd: 43 feet or 12.91m
ii. Year 7-10: 40 feet or 10.67m
g. Changeover between innings:
i. Teams must be ready to begin an innings or half innings within two minutes of the completion of the previous innings or half innings. If not, the following penalties will apply:
ii. Batting: After the two minutes the umpire is to call up the batter. The batter must be in the batters’ box within 10 seconds or a strike will be called.
iii. Fielding: If the fielding team is not ready within thirty seconds of the scheduled start of play the batter will be awarded first base and this will continue, at thirty second intervals, for each subsequent batter.
i. Each team must provide an umpire and a scorebook which must be filled out prior to the commencement of the match. If a school fails to provide an umpire able to umpire the plate they will forfeit the match.
ii. For all grades umpires will be appointed where possible.
i. If in the final innings the side first at bat fails, in their turn at bat, to pass the score of the second team at bat from the last complete innings, then the game shall be called and the team second at bat will be declared the winner. If during the final innings the side second at bat, during their turn at bat, passes the score of the team first at bat, the game shall be called and the team second at bat declared the winner. The score shall be taken from the time the winning run crosses home plate. No succeeding run shall score.
j. Match ball:
Green optic softballs are to be used for matches in all grades. (12 inch)
i. Catchers must wear full protective gear during diamond warm-ups and match play. The correct protective gear is as follows:
Skull cap, Face Mask, Throat protector, Chest protector and Leg guards.
k. All infield players should wear mouth guards and shin pads.
i. Should any reason arise that coaches and or umpires deem conditions to be dangerous to the safety of the players or officials, or would interfere with the conduct of a game of a reasonable standard, the plate umpire shall call the game. If two or more innings have been completed at the time the umpire calls the game the score shall be taken at the last complete innings. If less than two innings have been completed the game shall be a draw.
ii. A safety base must be used in all games.
iii. Bases must not be pegged and when bases are not fixed the sliding base rule shall apply.
a. A neutral plate umpire will officiate in each game.
b. Umpires for Grand Finals – minimum of 2 neutral umpires in 1st and 2nd grade and a neutral plate umpire should officiate in each game for Years 7-9.
c. 1st and 2nd Grade – The games will consist of seven complete innings or 90 minutes and the next complete innings thereafter, whichever comes first. The ten run rule will apply after 5 innings.
d. If at the completion of the final the result is a draw, the following TIEBREAKER will take place. Starting with the top of the 6th inning, and each half inning thereafter, the offensive team shall begin its turn at bat, with the player who is scheduled to bat ninth in that respective half inning being placed on second base. The player who is running can be substituted in accordance with the substitution rules.
e. Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 – The game is to be played for 60 minutes and to the end of the next
5. General regulations
b). Once a girl has played half of the rostered games in a higher grade, she may not play down a grade during that season. She may however re-join her age group for subsequent seasons.
This rule is deemed in effective whilst the sport is within the rebuilding phase – refer Grades/Rosters
SSATIS Swimming Regulations
GENERAL EVENT PROCEDURES
1. The SSATIS carnival shall be conducted under the rules of Swimming Australia, except as stated.
2. The carnival will be a TWO START carnival.
3. For all underage events, competitors must be under the stipulated age on January 1st of that year. Age Groups are U13, U14, U15, U16 and Open
4. Competitors may only compete in one age group, however in SSATIS carnivals where, and only when, a particular event is not available in an age group, a competitor may compete in the next higher age group where the event occurs without it precluding them from competing in other events in their own age group.
5. Schools may have two individual entries in each event and one relay team in each event. There will be a stated date for close of entries and no additional entries will be accepted after that date.
6. The Meet Manager computer program is to be used.
7. Lane allocation will be determined by the Meet Manager program. Where, by necessity, an event is run in two/three races:
a. Times from all races will be combined and re-ranked to determine final placings.
8. The SSATIS Administrative Officer is to email the program to each of the competing schools.
9. Points Allocation:
a. Individual Events: First place competitor gains the same points as double the number of schools competing for that trophy in the Girls’ or Boys’ competition. Each subsequent placing will drop one point. E.g. 9 schools – 1st: 18 points, 2nd: 17 points, 3rd: 16 points…….18th: 1 point
b. Relay Events: First place will gain the same points as one and a half times that allocated for first place in individual events for each age group in the Girls’ or Boys’ competition. Each subsequent placing will drop three points.
E.g. If five schools are eligible for a trophy, 1st – 15 pts, 2nd -12 pts, 3rd – 9pts etc. in charge, by an official.
c. Results are to be compiled separately by the SSATIS Administrative Officer and the organising school according to the point allocation.
10. Disqualifications :
a. When a competitor or school is disqualified, it will not be announced. The teacher in charge of the particular school is to be notified of the reason by a SSATIS official.
b. The resolution of disputes arising from any event will be in the hands of the referee of the day appointed by the carnival organiser.
c. Protests must be lodged with the organising secretary, in writing, by the SSATIS delegate or the person-in-charge of a team, within fifteen minutes of receiving a disqualification notice. The organizing secretary shall then refer the protest to the referee.
11. There will be a lunch break of 30 minutes during the programme.
12. Where a school does not enter a competitor on the entry form the school will not compete in that event.
13. The order of events shall be, from oldest to youngest, alternating male/female:
4 x 50m medley relay (U14, U16, Open)
100m freestyle (U15, U16, Open)
50m butterfly (U14, U16, Open)
4 x 50m freestyle relay
14. The nine trophies being competed for are :
Aggregate Boys, Girls and Co-educational ( All age groups).
College Boys, Girls and Co-educational (Open).
Junior Boys, Girls and Co-educational ( U13, U14, U15, U16).
The order of trophy presentation shall be rotated yearly to avoid one trophy gaining pre-eminence.
15. Results are not to be read in full at the final presentation. Schools placed fourth and below will have their place only announced. Schools placed 3rd, 2nd and 1st will be announced in that order along with their points.
16. The costs incurred by a school in organising the carnival will be met by SSATIS. Program production costs are for paper and “in-house” photocopying.
School coloured bathers and caps must be worn by all competitors. A competitor out of uniform will be given a warning before their event. A breach of this regulation will result in disqualification. If a school is unable to uniform teams/individuals in accepted school bathers and caps the Chair of SSATIS is to be notified prior to the event. The carnival organiser will then be notified. (Note: if 2 pairs of bathers are worn, the second pair must be school colour)
18. SSATIS Administrative Officer and Swimming sub-committee members must:
a. Check access to exits,
b. Check evacuation procedure
c. Confirm provision of lifeguards and their responsibilities.
SSATIS Tennis Regulations
Grades played include 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions if there are too many teams for one roster.
Matches continue one after the other as a court becomes available. Players must be ready to commence play immediately or risk forfeiting their match.
Doubles matches are to be played first, followed by singles matches in reverse ranking order (ie. Number one singles will be the last match to begin)
1. Matches shall be played under the rules of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and, in addition, the rules stated in these regulations.
2. Teams are to comprise of a minimum of four and maximum of six players.
3. In 1st and 2nd Grade competitions, players are to be ranked in order of ability in both singles and doubles with the best player/team ranked number one. This seeded order must be submitted to the SSATIS Admin Officer before the third roster game. If a team does not submit a seeded order, no points will be awarded to that team until it is submitted. Players must play in this order unless permission is sought from the SSATIS Administrative Officer.
4. If a reserve is required to play, that player will be ranked the lowest and the other players move up one ranking place in the seeded order.
5. In singles and doubles, all players must play their opposing ranked player. If a player plays below their ranked order, the rubbers played by this player will be forfeited.
6. A fixture shall consist of four singles and two doubles rubbers.
7. All Year 7-10 and 3rd Grade matches are played to six games, with no tie-breaker or two-game advantage played (ie. A player can win 6-5). 1st and 2nd Grade play first to six games with a 12-point tiebreaker at 6 all. (requires clarification)
8. In Year 7-10 and 3rd Grade rosters players will play Short Deuces. Players play advantage at the first deuce. If the game returns to a second deuce then one deciding point is played from the deuce court to determine the winner of the game.
9. In 1st and 2nd Grade Rosters players will play regular deuces. Advantage is played in all deuce games and a game is won when a player wins two points in a row from deuce.
10. The fixture winner is determined by the most number of rubbers won. If the rubbers are tied then the winner is determined by having the most games. If the number of games are tied, then the match is declared a draw.
11. In Year 7-8 Rosters, after one fault has been served, a player may choose to serve the second ball or alternately bounce hit the ball into the correct service box. Either way, this second ball not landing in the correct service box will result in a double fault and loss of point.
12. Any forfeited match will be recorded as a 0-6 loss on the scoresheet.
Win = 2 Points + 1 point for each rubber won
Draw =1 Point + 1 point for each rubber won
Washout = 4 points NB – A washout equals a draw.
Loss – 1 Point
Forfeit = 8 – 0
1. Players are to umpire their own matches to the best of their ability. A player may request a coach/manager/parent supervisor to assist them to score the game, however, line calls remain the responsibility of the players.
2. An independent roving referee is to be appointed for all 1st and 2nd finals, with players umpiring and scoring their own matches.
1. A minimum of two courts is to be provided by the home team. Nets should be at the correct height and have centre straps attached to the court or centre weight.
2. If four courts are provided all singles may be played simultaneously. The home team may decide to play the singles first if four courts are available for a limited amount of time.
3. if the match is rain affected or stopped due to bad light, then . . .
a. If four, five or six rubbers have been won by one team, the result stands and the remaining rubber is to be shared.
b. If three or less rubbers are won by one team then the result is a draw and all rubbers are to be shared.
c. Bad light is determined when the time reaches the sunset time listed in the daily newspaper or at www.bom.gov.au, except if a facility has lighting.
4. As stipulated in the ITF rules of Team Tennis, coaching is allowed. Only one nominated Team Coach may sit beside the court (near net) and provide coaching advice at recognised change of end breaks. No coaching is allowed during points, between points or during tiebreakers.
General Regulations (applicable to ALL sports where relevant)
a) Grades played include 1st, 2nd, Year 10, Year 9, Year 8 and Year 7. There may also be divisions (1&2 or A&B) if there are too many teams for one roster.
b) Teams must have a team in the first division before being allowed a team in the second division.
The following rule is yet to be ratified by Principals –
In the event that a second grade roster is deemed untenable (has less than 3 teams), by the delegates involved, schools will be eligible/allowed entry of a 9/10 team already entered in their year 9/10 roster for that sport during that particular season only.
A year 9/10 team supporting a second grade roster in this manner WILL still be eligible to compete in their year 9/10 roster as well that year.
A year 9/10 team competing in a 2nd grade competition without a team entered in the 1st grade competition will be ineligible to contest the final’
Players moving between teams in one roster
a) Where a school has more than one team in one roster, players may not move between teams at any time without the permission of the Chair of SSATIS.
Minimum players to commence game.
a) Minimum number of players to commence game i.e specific for each sport
b) If a team does not have the minimum number of players to commence play after 15 minutes of the scheduled start time, then it will register as a forfeit
Are to be provided by the home team and away team take a copy (softball, both teams supply a scorebook)
a) Players must be in recognised school uniform
b) Where a clash of uniform colour occurs the home team will wear their usual uniform and in the final the higher placed team wears their usual uniform.
c) specific for each sport i.e basketball numbers
Points for games Win/Loss/Forfeit
Win = 2 Points + 1 point for each rubber won
Draw =1 Point + 1 point for each rubber won
Washout = 4 points NB – A washout equals a draw.
Loss – 1 Point
Forfeit = 8- 0
All other team roster sports:
Win = 5
Draw = 3
Loss = 1
Forfeit = 5
Results should be submitted on the appropriate results form circulated by the SSATIS Administrative Officer. This should occur weekly to ensure up to date standings are displayed.