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Volleyball Score Sheet Procedures
  • A Guide to Completing a Score Sheet for 2010
    Schools National Volleyball Championships

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The VNZ 12 Sub Scoresheet will be Used for the
Competition
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Welcome!
  • This presentation will walk you through the basic
    skills required to complete the 12 Sub
    Scoresheet. You will move through the different
    requirements of a scorer and the different
    sections of the score sheet.
  • The Scoresheets used at Nationals should be
    pre-printed, but for this presentation we will
    assume the Scoresheet is blank.

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Scorers Pre-match responsibilities
  • Fill in the location, date and time of the match
  • Fill in names of 1st 2nd refs and scorer
  • If not pre-printed, record the starting players
  • As players are warming up, check that their shirt
    numbers match the numbers recorded on the team
    roster

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Name, Date Location
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Name, Date Location
and scheduled start time
Fill in the match number
date
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21/3/10
0830am
Arena Manawatu
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Do not circle A or B until after the coin toss
Court Number
Venue
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Name, Date Location
Do not circle A or B until after the coin toss
Court Number
Venue
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Name, Date Location
City
Competition
0830am
Palmerston North
NZ Secondary School Championships 2010
Dunedin High
Wellington Central
First team
Second team
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Name, Date Location
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Name, Date Location
Division
Boys Div 1
Hamilton Grammer
Duty team
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The Team Roster
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The Team Roster
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The Team Roster
Team name (3 letters)
The player names numbers are then filled in.
Use the first initial and last name.
If the team list isnt completed, ensure the
coach/team completes this prior to the start of
the net warm up.
Be sure to fill in the names of the Coach,
Assistant Coach, Trainer and Medical personnel or
Manager (if applicable)
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The Team Roster
Indicate which is Team A which is Team B
A
B
Remember to circle the Captains numbers.
If the 1st and 2nd Referees have conducted the
toss, provide the score sheet for the captains to
sign.
Ensure the coaches sign the score sheet once the
toss is completed.
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We are nearly ready to start!
  • Prior to the hitting warm-up, the coaches must
    have given their starting lineups to the 2nd
    Referee.
  • The 2nd Referee will then give the line up sheets
    to the scorer to record on the score sheet.

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The Line Up Sheet!
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The Line-up sheet will look like this or similar
to this
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The Line Up Sheet
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The Line Up Sheet
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Enter the players numbers onto the score sheet.
Start with the bottom right (position 1) and
goanti clockwise on the rotation sheet.
Remember to check to ensure that all numbers on
the rotation sheet are recorded in the team
roster list before writing the numbers into the
rotation box
The Libero for this set goes here
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2
12
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The Line Up Sheet
Enter the actual match start time
1830
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2
12
4
1
8
X
3
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Mark an X in the first box of the receiving
team.
Repeat for Team B
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Time to keep score!
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6
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Player 8, Team A goes back to serve, place a
tick over the small number 1 in the box under
player 8. This is to confirm that they are the
correct server.
Team A scores 3 points, cross off the points
using a single stroke as points are scored
Team A lose the serve, the total number of points
scored by the serving team to that point in the
match are entered into the box below player 8.
Cross off the point won by Team B
Team B rotate and 6 goes back to serve, tick off
the small number one in the box under player 6.
Team B scores 4 points, cross off the points
using a single stroke.
Watch as this process continues between the two
sides.
It continues like this for the remainder of the
set.
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Remember!
  • In the event of the wrong player going to the
    service zone you are to let the player commit the
    serving fault - then notify the 2nd Referee of
    the service error immediately.

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Substitutions
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Substitution!
FIRST Check the team roster to see that player
9 is eligible to enter the court and play.
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Player 9 for team B approaches the substitution
zone ready. The 2nd referee blows their whistle.
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Player Eligibility
Check to see that player 9 is listed here. If
they are, raise one hand to signal that the
player is eligible to enter the court and play.
If not, communicate this to the 2nd Referee,
informing them the substitution is illegal.
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Substitution!
9
Once complete, raise both hands (palms facing
out) to signal that you have completed the
substitution and are ready to go on.
In this example, player 7 is to be replaced by
player 9 for Team B
You mark a 9 below player number 7.
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Substitution!
A reminder, on the 12-sub Scoresheet you do NOT
write the score at each substitution
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Player 9 is then to be replaced by player 8
for Team B
After checking player 8 is on the team list, you
mark an 8 below player number 9.
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Substitution!
Starting the set is counted as the first entry
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The game continues and more subs in the same
rotational position are made
Once a player has entered the court 3 times in a
set, they may not enter again
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Substitution!
Starting the set is counted as the first entry
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Circle the 3rd entrance. This will remind you
that if this player is subbed off court, they may
not re-enter this set
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Time Out
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Time Out!
1830
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The coach from Team A requests and is granted a
Time out. Team A has 21 points, Team B has 16.
You mark the score under the T, beginning with
the score of the team that called the Time Out,
followed by the oppositions score.
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The Set Is Over!
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The Set is Over!
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1830
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Circle the last rotation score for each team to
block off any further changes.
First, fill in the end time as soon as the set is
over.
Mark an hourglass shape in all the point boxes to
cross off any unused points and to block off any
further changes.
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
Ignore this side for now
A
B
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The deciding set works the same as sets 1-4. To
make things easier begin by looking at the left
side and middle boxes.
There are, however, some differences. Depending
on the toss, you will have to
Fill in the team abbreviations.
Fill in A or B depending on what side of the
court the captains choose at the toss prior to
the start of the 5th set.
Enter the start time of the set.
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
Ignore this side for now
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For the first 8 points of the set only look at
the left part of the sheet exactly as you have in
previous sets.
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
Ignore this side for now
B
08
A
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5
Then at the switch of courts, fill in the number
of points that the left hand team has scored and
copy their starting rotation across
Copy across all information from the left hand
box into the far right side.
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Set 5 - Deciding Set
Ignore this side now
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Then continue as per the pervious sets, looking
at the right side of the sheet.
At the end, remember to fill in the end time
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Results
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Results
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Results
Start by entering the team names.
During the 3 minute set intervals fill in the
appropriate information here.
At the end of the match you will have to ensure
this box is completed. It is advisable to
complete each line at the end of each set.
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Results
Start with the points won by each team
Fill in the of substitutions used in the S
column - if none are used, write 0.
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0
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1
25
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1
If a team has won the set mark a 1 in the W
column, if not place a 0.
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0
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Fill in the of Time-outs used in the T column
- if none are used, write 0.
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0
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15
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3
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98
2
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95
5
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Fill in the totals
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Results
Fill in the duration of each set in minutes.
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25
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15
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3
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25
2
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25
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25
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10
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15
2
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The match duration is difference between the
start and end times.
98
2
6
7
95
5
4
3
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Fill in the match starting time.
Fill in the match ending time.
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Results
Now its time to sign the score sheet. Captains
must not sign until this box is complete and the
scorers have signed the score sheet!
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0
0
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25
0
1
1
22
15
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3
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25
2
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20
25
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25
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10
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95
5
4
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96
2
Fill in the winner of the match here.
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Signatures
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Signatures
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Signatures
The Approval box should be filled out prior to
the match starting.
After the match you will need to get signatures
from the two captains, and 1st 2nd referees,
but not the line judges.
At the end of the match after the results box has
been completed the Scorer signs the score sheet
first.
Team captains will then check and sign the score
sheet.
The first referee will then check everything and
then sign the score sheet.
The second referee checks then signs the score
sheet.
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Recording Sanctions
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Sanctions
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Sanctions
When a player, coach or other team member is
sanctioned you must record the information in
this box. Team Delay sanctions are also recorded
here.
B
1
18
22
D
4
A
2
11
17
B
3
8
11
C
Here are some examples
B
3
8
14
C
To mark the team member at fault use the players
number or C, AC, T, M for other team
members in the appropriate box.
Delay warning team B
Coach team B receives a Red Card
Player 4 team A receives a Yellow Card
Coach team B receives a Yellow Card
In the Score column, the score of the team who
the sanction is being applied to goes first
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Important Note!
A point that is scored as a result of a Yellow
card penalty is recorded by circling the point
not by ticking it off.
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Remarks
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Remarks
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Remarks
The remarks box is used to record information
such as
  • Protests
  • Any irregularities during the match (external
    interference, equipment malfunctions, etc.)
  • A team member does not have the right to write on
    the score sheet (other than signatures).

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Some Hints Tips
  • After a rally, watch the refs, not the game!
  • e.g. Team A may hit a spike out, you fill in the
    scoresheet with Team B winning a point, and miss
    seeing the refs call a touch off the block!
  • Once you have transferred the rotation from the
    line up sheet to the scoresheet, mark the back of
    the line up sheet (with a cross or signature) to
    show you have finished with it and the line up
    cant be changed
  • After each set, rip each line up sheet up
  • Coaches MUST provide a new line up sheet each
    set, they cant say same as last set
  • It is best practice coaches provide their line up
    sheets to the scorer BEFORE they cross from one
    side of the court to the other in-between sets

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The End
Good Luck with completing your scoresheet!
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