How to Participate

THERE IS NO ENTRY FEE FOR THIS EVENT.


TEAMS ARE TO RAISE $5,000.00 TO BENEFIT MACCABI CANADA, A NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PROMOTES JEWISH IDENTITY AND DEVELOPS FUTURE LEADERSHIP AND SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL THROUGH THE PASSION OF SPORT!

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About the Event: Baseball

MACCABI CANADA SPORTS CHALLENGE

RULES (Click here for Penalty Regulations)

Sportsfest Football Rules
 1 hand touch only (no slapping, punching, pushing, kicking etc...)
 teams will provide own game (must be official CFL/NFL ball) NO rubber balls
 34 minute game running time(2 x 17 minutes halves + 5 plays at end of the game)
 3 minute break in-between halves
 5 players aside (includes quarterback) but teams may start game with 5 players
 4 downs for the field, must complete all four downs (no kicking/punting plays)
 running back does not have to set up in the backfield
 If opting for a running play, running back may be any player on your side of scrimmage.
 4 loud steamboats and rush, REFEREES WILL COUNT STEAMBOATS IN ALL GAMES
 once 4 steamboats is counted, counter and other defensive players may join in the rush
 1 foot inbound on all catches = completion. (Primary foot must inbound first)
 6 points for a touchdown
 1 (5yards out) or 2 (10 yards out) points for a convert (Convert must be another play, either passing or running)
 2 points for a safety
 Fumbled balls are dead balls
 Fumbled after reception, ball is dead at the place of fumble
 Fumbled snap - ball is dead, loss of down
 Any diving with the ball to avoid a touch will be placed at the spot of the dive
 Any lowering of the head top avoid a touch will result in a dead ball at the spot of the lowering
 Each team responsible to pick up own ball, if delay in retrieving ball 20 second count will commence
 If opting for a running play, running back may be any player on your side of scrimmage
 running back does not have to set up in the backfield
 Steamboats count begins once the ball is lifted off the ground by centre, referee will count steambolts
 offside by the counter occurs when any part of the body is over the line of scrimmage
 Who ever receives snap is deemed the quarterback. Quarterback can scramble but cannot cross the line of scrimmage, if he/she crosses the line of scrimmage, play is whistled dead and loss of down
 Steamboat counter must be within 5 yards of line of scrimmage. When near end zone, steamboat must be no further back than goal line. Once 4 steamboats is counted, counter and other defensive players may join in the rush
deflections or tipped balls which are caught are dead at point of deflection
out of bounds sidelines – if an offensive player is pushed out of bounds player is still eligible, if player goes out of bounds on his/her own player is ineligible for for catch or play = loss of down if caught by ineligible player.

  • Ball must be snapped within 20 seconds of it being placed on the line of scrimmage


























































    Sportsfest Volleyball rules:


    Canadian Volleyball Association rules apply to all Intramural 4 on 4 Volleyball games with the following
    modifications and exceptions.
    PLAYERS
    Games are played 4 on 4 - Substitution will be allowed on a rotational basis taken from the service position.


    SCORING
    • Matches will be best 1 18 minute game - Rally Point.
    • In the event that a match approaches the maximum time allotted – You will play the final point during the
    • Games begin and end on the whistle of the official.
    SPIKING AND SERVING
    • You may Not spike the serve.
    • If a male contacts the ball above the height of the net (ball is entirely above the net) and the player's
    foot is touching, or has touched the ground on or in front of the attack line, the attack/hit must have
    an upward trajectory.
    • One handed placement or redirection of the ball with the fingers (a "dink" or open hand tip) must
    have an upward trajectory after being hit, but may land anywhere in the court.
    • You may serve either overhand or underhand.