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Mission’s Trophy – Volley Fest

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15-16 August 2023
7 Pm Onwards
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Rules & Regulation

Game Rules


    • Team Size: Volleyball is typically played with two teams, each consisting of six players on the court.
    • Court Dimensions: The volleyball court is rectangular in shape and is divided by a net. The standard court dimensions are 18 meters long and 9 meters wide.
    • Scoring: Points are scored when a team successfully grounds the ball on the opponent’s court, commits a fault by the opposing team, or when the opposing team hits the ball out of bounds. Rally scoring is commonly used, meaning points are awarded on every play, regardless of which team served.
    • Serving: The serving player must stand behind the end line and hit the ball over the net into the opponent’s court. There are different serving techniques, such as underhand and overhand serves.
    • Rotations: Players rotate positions in a clockwise direction after their team wins a rally and regains the serve. This ensures equal distribution of playing positions among team members.
    • Three Hits: A team is allowed a maximum of three hits to return the ball over the net. This is often referred to as “bump, set, spike” or “pass, set, hit” and requires teamwork and coordination.
    • Net Violations: Players are not allowed to touch the net during play. If a player makes contact with the net, it results in a violation.
    • Blocking: Players at the net can attempt to block the opponent’s attack. However, the block does not count as one of the team’s three hits, and multiple players can participate in a block.
    • Substitutions: Teams are allowed substitutions, where players can enter and exit the game freely, typically during a dead ball or a team’s serve.
    • Deciding Sets: Volleyball matches are often played as best-of-five sets. The first team to win three sets is declared the winner. Each set is played to 25 points, with a two-point advantage. If the score reaches 24-24, play continues until one team has a two-point lead.

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