Beach dodgeball captains' guide

We know how much work it is to captain a team, so we want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the job done. This guide will show you the ins and outs.

Rules

  • Volunteer refs. Teams will be scheduled to ref one game each night. Two people from the reffing team are required to be at the game. We understand this will be a learning experience for most people, and Play Sask staff and other players will be happy to help.

  • No headshots in Casual leagues. In Casual leagues, if players are hit in the head, including putting their hands up to block a ball that would have hit their head, the thrower is out. Headshots will continue to be legal in Competitive leagues.

  • 60-second rule in Casual leagues. In Casual leagues, if the last player on the court can stay alive for 60 seconds, the first player out can rejoin the game. A stopwatch must be set to count the time. Teams may call a time-out to start a timer.

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First game Sunday, May 15

The season starts Sunday, May 15, and all games will be played at Sports on Tap at either 1 p.m., 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. There are no games on May 21, June 4, June 25, July 23, Aug. 13, or Aug. 20. Finals will be played on Aug. 27 between the top four teams, and the other teams will be invited to play a fun game.

  • May 14: First game.

  • June 4: No games; facility unavailable.

  • June 25: No games; facility unavailable.

  • July 2: Games are scheduled as usual on the Canada Day weekend.

  • July 23: No games; facility unavailable.

  • Aug. 6: Games are scheduled as usual on the August long weekend.

  • Aug. 13: No games; facility unavailable.

  • Aug. 20: No games; facility unavailable.

  • Aug. 27: Semi-finals for the top four teams at 1 and 2 PM, with the final at 3 PM.

View the full schedule here

Sign the roster and waiver form to play

Your teammates must sign the roster and waiver form to play! We'll be using the roster to determine winner prizes at the end of the season. Waiver link: https://airtable.com/shrPVMuwo8hyUly7K

Sports on Tap facility rules

Please keep these guidelines in mind while using the Sports on Tap facility.

  1. No outside food or drinks.

  2. No minors.

  3. No pets.

Rainout Policy

Outdoor leagues run rain or shine unless there is standing water or thunder and lightning. Play Sask will inform captains of cancellations due to extreme weather two hours before the start of the game. League coordinators may call games off at any time if deemed necessary.

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Questions? Email admin@playsask.com, call/text Ashleigh at 306-292-1819!

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