4th of June tournament day!
On Sunday the 4th of June we will be hosting a Youth Mixed Tournament followed by a Senior Mixed Tournament in gym De Hongerman from 10:00 until 18:00. Players who would like to participate during this day are asked to sign up for the tournament through the form at the bottom of this page at most 3 days prior to the 4th of July. That way the organization can make team-rosters in a timely manner.
For the Youth Mixed Tournament:
Teams will be made to play games of 5 on 5 half court. Each team will consist of players from different age categories and each team will also have 1 senior member participating. The senior members per team will also be the referees of the game and they will be playing at all times. A game will take 10 minutes of continuous time and there are some different rules concerning the scoring:
– Each score from a player who played for u8 this season will count for 6 points.
– Each score from a player who played for u10 this season will count for 4 points.
– Each score from a player who played for u12 this season will count for 3 points.
– Each score from a player who played for u14 this season will count for 2 points.
– Each score from a player who played for u16 this season will count for 1 point.
– Each score from a player who played for the Senior teams this season will count for 0 points.
The Youth Mixed Tournament will last from 10:00 up until 13:00. After 13:00 the Senior Mixed Tournament starts.
For the Senior Mixed Tournament:
During the Senior Mixed Tournament, teams will be made of around 4 players per team. Each round a team of 4 will be combined with another team of 4 to face the combination of 2 other teams in a 5-on-5 match-up. Each round will last 25 minutes of continuous time.
The Senior Mixed Tournament will take place from 13:00 up until 18:00.
As we would like to host a barbeque throughout the senior tournament, we’re asking players who participate for a €10,- sign-up fee.(If you do not want to participate in the BBQ, you can still join the tournament freely but please let us know in the ‘remarks’ section.