Women’s Netball Leagues
The League is organized and run by the Women's Netball Club in partnership with Warwick Sport, The Club has a nominated representative to run the league, the representative shall be considered as the organizer and the Sports Committee will have the final say on all matters of the league.
All players must be members of the Warwick Sport
The Squad may consist of between seven to fifteen players (maximum of ten players per match)
At least five players must be present in order to play a match.
Players who wish to play for more than one team must register with both teams and is up to the player’s discretion who they play for should the two teams play together
A points system will operate to restrict the number of University of Warwick Women netball players on court at any one time. First team players regarded as 4 points, second team players as 3 points and third team players as 2 points. A maximum of 9 points may be reached.
3. General Rule
Matches will consist of 4 x 10 minute quarters played on a Saturday between 11am and 12pm at Lakeside Netball Courts
3 points shall be awarded for a win, 2 for a draw, 1 for a loss.
A team forfeits a game if they fail to turn up to play without adequate notice (see rule 3e). A team that misses more than one game will be penalized by docking points
The game shall also be forfeited if the team breaks any of the rules in section 2 above.
e. 96 hours’ notice is required for cancellation or rearrangement of fixtures, therefore you must inform the League Captains by 5pm Tuesday for fixtures to be rearranged for the following Saturday. If it is not possible for matches to be rearranged this will result in a draw. Cancellations after this deadline will automatically result in 15-0 win to the opponent.
f. Reserve matches will be set up each week and teams will be contacted on Wednesday for the following Saturday. If the reserve teams cannot play there will be no penalty.
Fixtures for the term will be uploaded to the Warwick Sport website at http://warwicksport.warwick.ac.uk/leagues/.
If a team cannot make a fixture they must inform the organizers as soon as possible and at least 96 hours before the match (eg. The preceding Tuesday by 5pm). If teams pull out of fixtures without adequate notice then the match will be forfeited to the opposition (rule 3b and d apply) as a 15-0 win.
The date, time and location of fixture can only be changed with the permission of the League administrators.
5. League Position
League position shall be decided upon
Disputes shall be put to the League administrator and resolved, as the League Administrator considers appropriate. Issues arising on the field shall be handled by the umpire and should be reported to the League Administrator.
Any cancellations, queries or disputes are to be sent to Rosie and Alice at the below email: email@example.com
Both Team Captains should enter the match results on the league web pages,
This should be done within 48 hours of the game taking place. Failure to do so will result in the results being considered void.
Should a team, or players from a team, indulge in any actions that are deemed by the organisers to be detrimental to the good spirit of the league, then the organisers are entitled to take whatever action is deemed appropriate. This may include, but is not limited to, suspension of players, loss of points or exclusion from the competition. Such penalties are subject to the approval of the League Administrator, whose decision is final.
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