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I. Rationale Volleyball is a sport where a player inflated a ball over a net.

It is a team sports in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. II. Objectives The Volleyball League aims to provide opportunities for students who are interested in the field of volleyball. It is with the Volleyball League Event that the participants will learn more skills and values in the world of volleyball. It also aims to bring out the confidence of each and every participant in the Volleyball League. The experience that the student will have in this event will nurture the participants more. It is with our behalf that we want to see the participants increase the level of children's participation in sport. Provide right information regarding the athletic world to ensure that everyone knows how to play fairly. And lastly, to promote the advantages of physical activity in terms of health and social well-being. III. Settings The Volleyball League will held at Casa del Bambino Emmanuel Montessori on January 26-29, 2012. The Volleyball League will exactly start at 8:30-4:00. It is with the committees that they believe that Casa del Bambino Emmanuel Montessori has the right facilities which will keep the players and audience away from any bad situations. VI. Set of Programs a. Parade of Colors b. Prayer c. Entrance of Colors d. National Anthem e. Message from the School Principal f. Introduction of Teams

g. Torch Lightning h. Raising of Flags i. Code of Sportsmanship j. Schedule of Games VII. Rules and Policies of the Tournament 1. No profanity or obscene gestures. 2. No directed yelling at officials, opposing players, coaches, students, or fans. 3. No students or fans are allowed on the playing field during, pre-game, half-time, or during play. They should stay on the designated place for them to avoid distractions from the players. 4. No fighting before, during, or after sporting events on school property. 5. No noisemakers or signs are allowed without the approval of Committees. 6. In general, all students should conduct themselves in a positive manner at all home, away, or tournament events.

Violation of these rules will result in: 1. 1ST VIOLATION: 1 event suspended 2. 2ND VIOLATION: Tournament. These rules and penalties are school policy. IX. Conclusions/ Recommendations Banned from playing for the remaining of the Volleyball League

The VB League highly recommends their promotion to the world of Volleyball. With the activities in hand, it will bring out the potential of the players who will participate in VB League. This project motivates those aspiring professionals-to-be in the field of volleyball to practice more of their talents. The factors in VB league are highly recommended and are safe. These factors are quantified to establish the promptness of the event. X. Insights The aim of the VB League was to inspire more potential volleyball players. The event will not only make the players motivated but also, we will teach them the most important factor as a player, the sportsmanship. The Sports Committee of VB league wants to create and develop suitable sports infrastructure at different places, to organize sports competitions and provide incentives to outstanding Sports persons/Talents/Students at different levels, and to provide facilities for intensive coaching to Sports Talents of different age groups. The objectives of VB League are the followings:  To gain knowledge and appreciation for various leisure time activities, particularly those in the area of sports.  To develop worthwhile and enjoyable skills for meaningful leisure time activities.  To participate in activities which are helpful in one's physical growth and development. VB league was assed to highschool students from Casa del Bambino Emmanuel Montessori. Participants will be Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. The event will take place at Casa del Bambino Emmmanuel Montessori, Januray 26-29, 2012.

Responsible for the overall running of the club.

y y

Make sure every team has a coach. Sort out any problems that occur with anything the club is involved with.

President:
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Chair club committee meetings. Attend CVA meetings as club

representative.
y y

Organize club nights and prize giving. Present club awards at prize giving.

Keep all club correspondence in an organized fashion. Send letters as required. Send reminders of meetings to

Secretary:

committee members.
y

Take minutes at meetings and distribute to committee members.

Help prepare documents as required e.g. certificates for prize giving.

y y

Pay all club accounts. Keep general ledger to track club expenditure and income. Bank money received. Present accounts for payment for

Treasurer:

y y

approval at committee meetings.


y

Present financial report of current position at committee meetings.

Collect player registration forms for every club player.

y y

Prepare club membership list. Collate team lists. Register players with VNZ and CVA. Enter teams into CVA, Southern Zone and National competitions.

Membership:

y y

Present requests for scholarships and reduced subs to committee meetings.

y y

Collect the subs. Bank the subs and maintain

spreadsheets that balance subs received with subs banked.


y

Maintain a spreadsheet of subs paid and report to each committee of progress of subs collection.

Keep lists of who is holding club uniforms and gear (balls). Retrieve uniform and balls at the end of the playing season and organize for it to be cleaned.

Gear Manager:

y y

Check for numbers of sets held. Make recommendations at committee meetings to purchase more uniforms and other gear as required.

Store gear securely during the off season.

Attend committee meetings to stay up to date with club funding requirements.

Make applications to gaming charities to obtain funds Gym to support Hire Uniforms Balls and other equipment. fees

Funds Coordinator:

Competition

entry

- Cost of travel
y

Request quotes from suppliers or organize other involved people to request quotes.

y y

Prepare and send applications. For successful applications follow up purchase of equipment and return of paperwork to relevant charity within

required time.

Attend meetings to stay up to date with current events within the club.

Produce newsletters in February, April, June, August and October at a

Newsletter Editor:
y

minimum. Liaise with coaches to have regular team reports included in each bulletin.
y

Liaise with president for report for each bulletin.

y y

Edit and format submitted articles. Organize for newsletter to be printed and distributed.

This role is one that is big at the moment because the club does not have any polices or procedures documented.

Club Policies & Procedures:

When these have been written and put onto the web for easy access the only job required will be to keep them up to date as decisions made at committee meetings change how the club does things.
y

Needs to attend committee meetings or at least read the minutes.

Needs to be familiar with the club

constitution.

The people that make the reason we do everything else happen.

Select the teams. Run training. Organize team strategy at all

Coaches:

y y

competitions and game nights.


y

In absence of a manager organize the players to be at games on time.

y y

Chase up players to pay their subs. Organize the team when travelling away.

Take over some of the organizing responsibilities from the coach.

Team Managers:

Work with the coach to help out as required.

Can

involve

helping

to

funds

coordinator to apply to charities to support the teams travel expenses.


y

Could help organize fund raising efforts of the team.

Attend

all

Board

meeting,

being

prepared to discuss successes and challenges of the league throughout the season.

Identification and selection of coaches for the league

y League Commissioner:

Creation of balanced and equitable teams for the season.

Leagues should make every effort to establish an even number of teams (4, 6, 8). Playing small-sided is an

acceptable option to aid this process. Notify the league secretary when all available team slots are filled.

Hold a coaches meeting prior to the season. Explain the responsibilities of coaches and their obligations to the league.

Notify coaches of league timelines, including scheduling, uniform pickup, uniform collection, tournament team selection, and post-season play

opportunities.

Notify league coaches in the case of inclement cancellations. weather delays or

Ensuring all coaches complete a player ranking form at the completion of each

season. y Ensuring each coach completes the coachs information form each season.

Reinforce CSI principles of play, including the notions of playing for fun, working on individual child skill

development, inclusion of children in every game, exposure of children to all positions, de-emphasis on winning, emphasis on fair play, and assisting youth and parents to learn the rules of the game.

In the event a player in the league is injured, ensure proper forms are

completed and submitted to the league secretary, and the president is notified.

Submit team roster to league secretary at least one week before season begins.

Submit coaches information forms to league secretary before the second game of the season.

Agree

to

the

completion

of

background check.

Be visible. Check in on teams during games throughout the season.

VII. Set of Players Ambitious Archers (1) 1. Kyle Solomon 2. Joseph Young 3. Bryan Peralta 4. Kei Ferguson 5. Vic Evans 6. Yut Morales 7. Renz Calingasan 8. Harold de Mesa 9. Paul Hernandez 10. Ryan Tulome 11. Yuan Atienza 12. James Kalaw Trying Tamaraw (2) 1. Richard de Ocampo

2. Sammuel Legaspi 3. Anthony Dinglasan 4. Chris Montalbo 5. Justin Alday 6. Michael Hidalgo 7. Jeffrey Candor 8. Paolo Bautista 9. Jay Roldan 10. Matt Bukis 11. Kevin Lacay 12. Rey Montealto Extravagant Eagle (3) 1. Luis Crowford 2. Billy Manzano 3. Jack Lim 4. Nathan Lim 5. Hein Fajardo 6. Dominic Chua 7. Derrick Mendoza 8. Den Panopio 9. Don Ilagan 10. Lloyd Magsipoc 11. Kris Altacrus 12. Christian Mapaye

Punk Phoenix (4) 1. Cymon Laluan 2. Lherry Lim 3. Wenn Salvador

4. Tim Catapang 5. Lexter Espiritu 6. Nike Sanchez 7. Ren Silva 8. Ken Iverson 9. Zei Gamboa 10. JM Dimayuga 11. Nick Delgado 12. Jiro Festin Flying Falcon (5) 1. Lance Victorino 2. Den Bustos 3. Mark Dizon 4. Cross Sandford 5. Kenji Dimaano 6. Miko Macatangay 7. Rick Valentin 8. Jake Perillo 9. Joshua Sison 10. JR Vargas 11. JJ Runio 12. Tee-jay Martin Tantalizing Tigers (6) 1. Cedric Marquez 2. Migs Silva 3. Vincent Araza 4. Janry Arguson 5. William Espinosa 6. Yet Rosales

7. Nell Faral 8. Dave Perez 9. Bryle Mulingtapang 10. Enzo Nasino 11. Jhong Bagsit 12. Allen Catibog

X. Scheduling of The Games Ambitious Archers (1) vs. Tantalizing Tigers (6) Trying Tamaraw (2) vs. Flying Falcon (5) Extravagant Eagle (3) vs. Punk Phoenix (4)

Ambitious Archers (1) vs. Flying Falcon (5) Tantalizing Tigers (6) vs. Punk Phoenix (4) Trying Tamaraw (2) vs. Extravagant Eagle (3)

Ambitious Archers (1) vs. Punk Phoenix (4) Flying Falcon (5) vs. Extravagant Eagle (3) Tantalizing Tigers (6) vs. Trying Tamaraw (2)

Ambitious Archers (1) vs. Extravagant Eagle (3) Punk Phoenix (4) vs. Trying Tamaraw (2) Flying Falcon (5) vs. Tantalizing Tigers (6)

Ambitious Archers (1) vs. Trying Tamaraw (2) Extravagant Eagle (3) vs. Tantalizing Tigers (6) Punk Phoenix (4) vs. Flying Falcon (5) XI. Proposed Budget/Expenses Expenses y y Court Equipment  Net  Volleyball  Whistle  Megaphone  Audio (Speakers) y Salary  Referee  Umpire  Time keeper  Scorer P1,500 P1,500 P1,000 P1,000 P3,000 P100 P2,850 P4,000 Money used P2,000 P750

Volleyball Rules The Court

The game is played on a volleyball court 18 meters long and 9 meters wide, divided into two 9 x 9 meter halves by a one-meter wide net placed so that the top of the net is 2.43 meters above the center of the court for men's competition, and 2.24 meters for women's competition. There is a line 3 meters from and parallel to the net in each team court which is considered the "attack line". This "3 meter" (or 10 foot) line divides the court into "back row" and "front row" areas. These are in turn divided into 3 areas each: these are numbered as follows, starting from area "1", which is the position of the serving player: The team courts are surrounded by an area called the free zone which is a minimum of 3 meters wide and which the players may enter and play within after the service of the ball. All lines denoting the boundaries of the team court and the attack zone are drawn or painted within the dimensions of the area and are therefore a part of the court or zone. If a ball comes in contact with the line, the ball is considered to be "in". An antenna is placed on each side of the net perpendicular to the sideline and is a vertical extension of the side boundary of the court. A ball passing over the net must pass completely between the antennae without contacting them. The ball (a volleyball), is made of leather or synthetic leather and inflated with compressed air. It is round, almost the size of a soccer ball, but softer and lighter. Game play Each of the two teams consist of six players, three located in front of the attack line and three behind. To get play started, a team is chosen to serve by coin toss. A player from the serving team throws the ball into the air and attempts to hit the ball so it passes over the net on a course such that it will land in the opposing team's court. The opposing team must use a combination of no more than three contacts with the volleyball to return the ball to the opponent's side of the net. These contacts usually consist first of the bump or pass so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards the player designated as the setter; second of the set by the setter so that the ball's trajectory is aimed towards one or more players designated as the attacker and third by the attacker who spikes to return the ball over the net. The team with possession of the ball and that is trying to attack the ball as described is said to be on offense.

The team on defense attempts to prevent the attacker from directing the ball into their court by having players at the net jump and reach above the top of the net in order to block the attacked ball. If the ball is hit around, above or through the block, the defensive players arranged in the rest of the court attempt to control the ball with a dig . After a successful dig, the team transitions to offense. The game continues in this manner until the ball touches the court within the boundaries or until an error is made.

Errors or faults


The ball lands out of the court, in the same court as the team that touched it last, or the ball touches the net "antennas". The ball also may not pass over or outside the antennas even if it lands in the opponents court.

  

The ball is touched more than three times before being returned to the other team's court. The same player touches the ball twice in succession. A player "lifts" or "carries" the ball (the ball remains in contact with the player's body for too long).

A player touches the net with any part of the body or clothing while making a play on the ball (with the exception of the hair).

The players of one team do not manage to touch the ball before the ball lands in their half of the court.

A back-row player spikes the ball while it is completely above the top of the net, unless he or she jumped from behind the attack line (the player is allowed to land in front of the attack line).

A back-row player attempts to block an opposing teams attack by reaching above the top of the net.

The libero, a defensive specialist who can only play in the back row, makes an "attacking hit", defined as any shot struck while the ball is entirely above the top of the net.

A player completes an attack hit from higher than the top of the net when the ball is coming from an overhand finger pass (set) by a Libero in the front zone.

A player is not in his right position at the moment of serve, or serves out of turn.

When hitting, a player makes contact with the ball in the space above the opponent's court (in blocking this is allowed).

A player touches the opponent's court below the center line with any part of his body except his feet or his hands.4

  

When serving, a player steps on the court or the endline before making contact with the ball. A player takes more than 8 seconds to serve. At the moment of serve, one or more players jump, raise their arms or stand together at the net in an attempt to block the sight of the ball from the opponent (screening).