Inspirational Quotes

-Respect! Excellence! Friendship! - Youth Olympic Games...

- Responsibility, Resilience, Respect, Integrity & Compassion & Excellence- Hong Wen School's Values

---You must celebrate victory but with moderation and don't forget your responsibilities. We are sportsmen and we want to reach out for the World Cup. We should not be bragging and too conceited, let's just play the next match."- Bosque, Spain's manager, on his Spanish team's World Cup's semi-final triumph against Germany

---If you get knocked down, get up again!

-Shaking hands after a match mutually shows that you are respecting each other! Let's give our friends a friendship five!

Monday, April 18, 2011

P6 Inter-house 5-aside soccer Boys - 2011 - Rules and Regulations.

Inter-House Games Rules.

Boys 5-aside Soccer

i) There must be a minimum of 5 pupils. You may also register two substitutes. (Each pupil who registers will be awarded 1 house point).

ii) Each house can submit up to three teams. For example, if Blue House submits two teams, their team names will be changed to Blue House 1 and Blue House 2. There must be a minimum of four different houses for the tournament to take place.

iii) If you are punished by your teacher for any reason and held back during recess, ie not submitting your homework, not paying attention in class etc, the game will still continue without you/ the game will not be postponed because of you. So think about this...

iv) Once the confirmed schedule is out, the games will start at 1005am and each game will only have a duration of 10 minutes during recess. There is no second half.

v)Throw ins are not allowed. Only kick-ins are allowed. No use of hands, no goalkeeper and a goal is awarded if it scored within the height of the cones. No penalties, only free-kicks. Absolutely no sliding!

vi) These will be self-refereeing games. Each team has to abide by all rules and settle disputes among themselves. They may consult the PE teachers if they wish to clarify certain matters but the final decisions are to be made by the two teams.

vii) These games will be using a league table format where a win will give you three points and a draw will give you one point. A better goal difference will be used to determine the winner if teams have the same number of points at the end of the inter-house games. At the end of the tournament, the top team will be awarded a certain number of points based on the number of teams that have registered. Please refer to the table below.

League table of 8 teams.
1st - 50
2nd - 44
3rd - 38
4th - 32
5th - 26
6th - 20
7th - 14
8th - 8

League table of 7 teams.
1st - 42
2nd - 36
3rd -30
4th - 24
5th -18
6th - 12
7th - 6

League table of 6 teams.
1st - 30
2nd - 25
3rd - 20
4th - 15
5th - 10
6th - 5

League table of 5 teams.
1st - 20
2nd - 16
3rd - 12
4th - 8
5th - 4

League table of 4 teams.
1st - 10
2nd - 7.5
3rd - 5
4th - 2.5

viii) One house point will also be awarded for each team member that registers. 

ix) Captains are to gather their team members and get ready for their matches by sitting down in the designated area in the ISH after coming up only by Staircase 2. If your match is at 1005am, you still have time to go for recess from 1015am. If your match is at 1020am, please go for recess first and then come up to the ISH using Staircase 2. Captain's please gather your team and show your team's registration form to the prefects stationed at Staircase 2.

To register, click the registration tab 2011 on the right side of the blog.

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