Garrick Netball League

The Garrick Netball  was started more than 15 years ago. It began as a netball tournament run every year for schools in the Didcot partnership. Since then it has become a netball league with schools coming together to play High 5 netball matches. At the end of the playing season there is a tournament for the 4 top scoring teams. The winning team receives a trophy. The  Garrick trophy was donated by a parent who ran the Garrick Theatre business that used to be in Didcot.

2017/18 season

Read across a row for the points for a particular school.

Group 1 South Moreton St Johns Whitchurch Fir Tree Chalgrove

South Moreton

Points: 


 

Score: 3-0

Points: 5

Score:

Points: 1

Score: 7-2

Points: 5

 Score:2-3

Points: 2

St Johns

Points: 

Score: 0-3

Points: 1

Score: 

Points: 1

Score: 5-4

Points: 5

Score: 13-3

Points: 5

Whitchurch

Score:

Points: 0

Score:

Points: 0

Score:

Points: 0 

Score:

Points: 0

Fir Tree

Points: 

Score: 2-7

Points: 1

Score: 4-5

Points: 1

Score:

Points: 1

Score: 16-3

Points: 5

Chalgrove

Points: 

Score: 3-2

Points: 5

Score: 3-13

Points: 1

Score:

Points: 1

Score: 3-16

Points: 1

 

Group 2 Chilton Hagbourne

Stephen

Freeman

All Saints Northbourne
Chilton

 

Score: 2-10

Points: 1

Score:

Points:

Score:

Points:

 Score:

Points: 1

Hagbourne

Score:10-2

Points: 5

Score:

Points:

Score: 15-0

Points:  5

Score:

Points: 1

Stephen Freeman

Score:

Points:

Score:

Points:

Score:9-0

Points: 5

Score:

Points: 1

All Saints

Score:

Points:

Score:0-15

Points: 1

Score:0-9

Points: 1

 

Score:

Points: 1

Northbourne

 Score:

Points: 0

Score:

Points: 0

 Score:

Points: 0

Score:

Points: 0

Rules

Teams will follow High 5 rules

  1. The umpire’s decision is final.
  2. Each team must consist of seven players. Schools may include a maximum of three boys per netball squad, but only 2 on court at any one time. This means that if there are 3 boys, one of the boys will have to be off for 2 quarters i.e. be scorer in the first quarter and timekeeper in the 4th quarter.
  3. No jewellery to be worn by players please.
  4. Matches will be 4 quarters of 6 minutes, with 2 minute break for Rotation.
  5. Teams will change shooting ends at the end of each quarter.
  6. Players need to stand in ‘Home positions’ at the start of each new centre.
  7. Teams will provide own umpire. (If you cannot provide an umpire, please make sure the other team can provide an umpire).
  8. Teams to organise own match fixtures

Please note: Defending the ball in a player's hand by outstretching the arms is not permitted.  The player with the ball must be permitted an unimpeded throwing or shooting action. ONE JUMP to intercept a throw or shot at goal is permitted provided that the player is at least 1 metre away and that the arms are not outstretched prior to the jump.  Jumping up and down in front of a player is not permitted.

Teams will play each other once. The 4 teams with the highest number of points will play in a semi-final and final.

A record of the points each school scores will be kept using the following points system:

  • 5 points for a win
  • 3 points for a draw
  • 2 points for a high loss (half or more of the winners score)
  • 1 point for a low loss (less than half of the winners score)

If a game is postponed by mutual agreement due to the weather or staff sickness then it should be rescheduled as soon as possible.  If the same team cancels the same match on two occasions for reasons other than the above then their opponents will be awarded 5 points and the team who have cancelled the  match will be awarded 1 point.

If a player is injured during the match then the Timekeeper/Scorer may replace the injured player and will need to stay with that rotation order.  If the injured player can resume play in the next quarter, then he/she will follow the timekeeper’s/scorer’s rotation i.e. go on as centre next and continue in that rotation order. If only six players are fit to play then the timekeeper/scorer position should be “removed” from the rotation.

Games can be played anytime before Wednesday 21st March 2018.

Any games not arranged or not played before Wednesday 21st March 2018 will score 1 point.

The semi-finals and final will be played on Wednesday 28th March 2018  at South Moreton School 1:15pm start (please make sure you keep this date free in your diary.

Winning teams from each match played please ensure that the results are sent to sue.acreman@south-moreton.oxon.sch.uk. The results and points will be posted on this page for all to see.

If you require any further information please contact me

Sue Acreman
South Moreton School