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BBQ aan het zwembad
Wie komt er Dinsdag 13/06 gezellig meeeten bij onze BBQ, onbeperkt eten voor €12.50!
Wie mee doet aan deze BBQ is overdag ook al welkom voor een lange dag aan het zwembad en om mee te doen aan de beachvolleybal competitie. Na de BBQ maken we natuurlijk ook nog even gebruik van de karaoke set die ze daar hebben!Teams van minimaal 2 (2 spelers in het veld, wisselen mag als je meerdere spelers hebt)
Dinsdag 13 Juni
Welkom vanaf 13:00
Competitie van 14:00 tot 18:00
BBQ vanaf 18:30
Karaoke mogelijk na het eten
Dus BBQ voor €12.50 en de optie mee te doen aan beach volleybal, lekker een dagje aan het zwembad door te brengen en karaoke!
Tijd om een vakantie dagje op te nemen!
Dinsdag 13 Juni gaan we beach volleyballen! Natuurlijk hebben we ook supporters nodig en een paar teams voor een competitie!
Teams van minimaal 2 (2 spelers in het veld, wisselen mag als je meerdere spelers hebt)
- Dinsdag 13 Juni
- Lokatie: Sprachcafe Malta (Pembroke)
- Welkom vanaf 13:00
- Competitie van 14:00 tot 18:00
- BBQ vanaf 18:30
- Karaoke mogelijk na het eten
- Sluit 23:00
Natuurlijk ben je welkom als je niet gaat spelen en alleen naast het zwembad wilt liggen, of als je alleen wilt meedoen met de BBQ!
Vergeet niet je team aan te melden! Natuurlijk moet je wel even vrij vragen van je werk als je door de weeks werkt!
Geef je team op zodat we een schema kunnen maken!
Basic Principles of the Game
Knowing and understanding the basic tenets of beach volleyball can be helpful for beach newbies and veterans alike. That being said, here is an outline of the principles of the sport:
Don't Let the Ball Hit the Floor on Your Side of the Net
The primary objective in volleyball is make the ball hit the floor on the opponent's side of the court, while simultaneously preventing it from dropping on your side. Beach players go to great lengths to keep the ball from hitting the sand—and they have the scrapes and bruises to prove it.
3 Contacts/Hits per Side
Each team is allowed a maximum of three contacts before it must send the ball back over the net. The preferred sequence is a dig (an underarm pass made with the forearms), followed by a set (an overhead pass with the hands), and then an attack (overhead one-handed hit directed over the net and towards the opponent).
Teams are also permitted to block the ball as it comes over the net. The resulting contact does not count towards the three contacts per side. In theory, this means that a team could technically contact the ball four times (with the first contact being a block) without penalty.
Two Players on a Team
In beach volleyball, teams are comprised of two players. The responsibility for serving alternates between the two teammates. Because two people are responsible for covering the court, players usually choose a partner with a complementary but opposite skill set. For example, a player who is an excellent hitter but sub-par passer would want to choose a teammate who was an above average passer.
No Player Can Hit the Ball Twice in Succession
The rules state that no player is allowed to hit the ball multiple times in row. While this principle appears to be straightforward, it can get a little confusing: If the double contact occurs on a team's initial hit it is a legal play. However, the double becomes illegal if a player makes two separate attempts to hit the ball. In other words, you may "double the ball" (volleyball slang for hitting the ball twice) as long as it is on your team's first contact and you made a single motion to contact the ball.
If you want to know more about the ramifications and applications of this rule, check out the guide on ball handing.
A Player May Not Cause the Ball to Come to a Rest During Contact
Volleyball can be categorized as a "rebound" sport because the rules prevent participants from contacting the ball for a prolonged amount of time. Players are not allowed to carry, palm or throw the ball.
The Net is Off-Limits
No part of the body or uniform is allowed to touch the net, but participants are permitted to play the ball out of the net during a volley and a serve. Also, in beach volleyball it is perfectly legal to cross under the net as long it does not interfere with an opponent's attempt to play the ball.
Like tennis, volleyball matches are broken up into individual sets (also called games). Matches are made up of three games and a team must win two of the games in the series in order to win the match. Before the start of a match, the referee will conduct a captain's meeting and a coin toss. The winner of the coin toss has the option of choosing to serve or to receive the serve. The privilege of the "first serve" will then alternate between teams in subsequent games.
The first team to 11 points wins the game, but play continues until one team wins by at least two points. For example, if the score is tied at 10-10 and team "A" scores point 11 , the game is not yet done because neither team has gained a two point advantage. The third game—which always acts as a tie breaker—is played to 15 points. Like the first two games of the match, a team must acquire at least a two point advantage to win the tie breaker. A deciding set in volleyball is a set that is played to determine the winner of a match.
It is also customary for teams to switch sides of the court whenever the combined score of the two teams is a multiple of 7. For example, if Team A has six points and Team B has seven points the teams will switch sides after the next point is scored because the total score will then equal 14 (a multiple of seven). In the third game, teams change sides when the total score is a multiple of five.