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which will have to be popped for the arrow to count. . each rounds consisting of 3 ends and in every round there will be 4 teams competing and 1 team spectating. with the board moved to 10m and balloons added to the Tic-TacToe grid. The preliminary stage will be a round-robin with 5 rounds. the game is to play Tic-Tac-Toe using arrows as markings instead of the usual “O” and “X”. Only 1 team per house Basically. Note: No single gender teams allowed. Mixed gender. The final between the 2 top-ranking teams will be a Tic-Tac-Toe of increased difficulty.Archery (Tic Tac Toe) TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION No participants from Raffles Archery. A Tic-Tac-Toe grid will be drawn up on a target board 5m away from the shooting line. 3 members in a team.
about 8 metres away from the basket. Two teams of 6 participants each will try to gain possession of the ball and use it to shoot down the opponent team’s cones. they will be replaced by a line of 5 cones. Game B (Basket) A basket will be placed on a centre line. Two teams of 6 participants each will be stationed at opposite sides.Floorball TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION 6 participants per team No specific gender ratio Game A (Cone) Instead of the usual floorball goalposts. Every team will play both game A and B. . The objective is to hit the basket with the balls to push it across the centre line to the opponent’s team side.
Points will be awarded according to how the teams rank in terms of their timings for the obstacle course (after having taken into account time penalties). All teams will also participate in a short rhythmic gym segment (which will be done while other teams are attempting the obstacle course) where they are to follow and learn a short choreographed routine to be performed. . Points will be awarded according to how well their routines are executed. Points from both team per house (for both the obstacle course and the performance segment) will be added together to give the total score for that particular house.TEAM REQUIREMENTS Gymnastics (Obstacle Course) All non-gymnastics members of the school population (we will not be restricting the J1/J2 ratio) can take part so long as they fulfill the team requirements of: DESCRIPTION 1) Having 4 members per team 2) With 2 males and 2 females within the team All teams (2 from each house) will proceed through the timed obstacle course. The house with the most points will win.
Recreational Badminton TEAM REQUIREMENTS J1s and J2s Recreational badminton players can take part School badminton players are not allowed to participate 2 teams per house 3 players per team DESCRIPTION 3 people per team per side. 2 shuttle cocks per court Teams are to score points to eliminate members of the other team The winner is the team with the most number of members .
the one player from each team will simultaneously throw the shuttles starting from the service line. Mixed Doubles. All players will then rotate and run into the court. when thrown. The other 5 players will queue up at the back of the court. over the net. and wins one point for their house. Fun Game). Girls Doubles. Girls Doubles. Each event will take on a round-robin format. Is thrown into or under the net) or is thrown outside the boundaries of the court. a point is awarded to Team A. does not pass the net (ie. the team with the most number of points wins the game. For service. earning one point. to the other side of the court. 4 girls – one boy and one girl will be a reserve) Two players will play for each event (Boys Doubles. 1) Fun Game Each team will have 1 shuttlecock to begin with and they will aim to throw the shuttlecock to the other side of the court such that the opposing team will have 2 shuttlecocks on their side. take the shuttle and throw it over to the other side as fast as possible. . the point will immediately go to the opposing team and the cycle repeats. Mixed Doubles) DESCRIPTION All 8 players will play for the Fun Game The entire event comprises 4 events (Boys Doubles. For the time interval of 7 minutes. Should the shuttle. Once the shuttlecock from Team A lands inside the court of the Team B before the Team B’s shuttle passes the net. Only one player from each team can be allowed inside the court at any one time. No school team players are allowed to take part One team per house Each team comprises 8 players (4 boys.Badminton TEAM REQUIREMENTS Only J1 non-school team players are allowed to participate.
9. Each team starts on opposing ends of the playing field There will be 5 balls in the middle of playing field. i. 7. Winning a game: Eliminating all members of the opposing team with at least one player remaining on their own team or by having the greater number of players left in the game after the 2 min round is up. 4. 2.Sailing (Dodge Ball) TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION Each house can send only two teams. Player that has been hit should immediately walk out of playing area. In the event of a draw at the end of the time limit i. They have to then touch the end where they came from. a 1v1 situation. Elimination of a player occurs when there is a direct hit of the ball on the player on any part of the body. If the player catches the ball and no members of his team are eliminated at that point in time. A hit is only counted if the ball has not touched any other surface. 10. In one team. When whistle is blown. Each team should have at least a minimum of 2 girls and 2 boys during each match The Aim: to eliminate all the opposing team members within the time limit by throwing balls at them. he is entitled to one life. there should be only 5 players and 2 substitutes. when one member of his team gets knocked out and gets to stay in the game. before being able to start throwing the balls. bounced on floor. Only underhand throws can be done. 1. The first person to be hit by a ball loses. both teams can rush to centre to grab the balls. 5. referees on both sides will be also throwing tennis balls. When a player catches a ball before the ball touches the floor or another player. Sudden Death (raining balls) The single players on both sides are given a box of tennis balls to throw at opposing player. a sudden death round will occur. 6.e. 3. Middle line is not to be crossed. 8. Both players will be standing at opposing ends of the playing field. he is entitled to bring one of his teammates who is currently out of the game back into the game.e. The life is used up. . Additionally. or bounced off another person A player is not eliminated if the ball is blocked by the player using another ball to hit it away.
Players who receive 2 yellow cards or 1 red card in a single match will be suspended in the next match. Referee must be made aware of the change before it may take place. they will be given an automatic 3-0 loss. Rolling substitutes are allowed. Each house will have 2 teams maximum. Retaliation or arguing with the referee will also result in warnings or cards from the referees. with 7 players on the playing field at any given time. Standard rules from the football game apply. . During the match. Free kicks are awarded for fouls outside of respective penalty areas. Penalties are awarded for fouls in the penalty area. with few exceptions. to allow the referee to pause the game. teams are allowed to make substitutions for the injured players. Uncooperative players will receive warnings or cards from the referees. Fouls will be judged by the referees and direct or indirect free kicks will be given accordingly. Referee’s decision is final. and excessive use of force in the game will be considered a carded offence.TEAM REQUIREMENTS Soccer (Boys) DESCRIPTION 10 players (boys only) in each team. Kick in when the ball goes out at the side of the field and corner kicks when ball goes out across the goal line. any injured players cannot be replaced throughout the tournament and the team must carry on with the remaining members. This rule applies for the semis and finals as well. Rough tackling is not allowed. However. If any team is unable to produce 5 players or more who are registered at the start of their scheduled match. Offside rule will not be followed.
Each team may have a minimum of 7 players and a maximum of 12 players where at any point in time there will be 5 reserves. Each team that participates automatically earns 1 point for their house . At the end of all the matches. Losing team gets 0 points. followed by 2nd and 3rd.Soccer (Girls) TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION Maximum of 2 teams per house. Winning team gets 3 points. In the event of a draw in the number of points for the top 3 positions. the team that scored the higher number of goals will be the winning team. Teams that end up in a draw get 1 point each. the total number of each team will be totaled up and the team with the most number of points wins. Minimum of 3 teams in total for IHC to commence. Team that scores the most number of goals per game wins.
This is to discourage the boys from dominating the game Points are awarded to teams as follows: Win – 3 points Draw – 1 points Lose – 0 points Total points per team per group will be summated to decide the top two positions of each group DESCRIPTION . whereas by a boy will be counted as 1. 3 girls per team (need not have 3 girls on the field at any one time) Total: 8 x 2 x 5 = 80 participants Touchdown by a girl will be counted as 2 tries.Touch Rugby TEAM REQUIREMENTS 2 teams per house 8 participants per team (6 players +2 subs) Min.
followed by a doubles and followed by 2nd singles.e. Points are scored when a player fails to return the ball within the rules. Players will play 2 singles and 1 doubles match. 1st singles.Table Tennis TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION Minimum of 3 and maximum of 4 players will form a team. i. players must allow a ball played toward them only one bounce on their side of the table and must return it so that it bounces on the opposite side. Format: Singles: A Doubles: A/B+C Singles: B/C Table tennis is a fast-paced racquet sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a hard table divided by a net. . Except for the initial serve.
no tiebreak) Game 2: Round robin 2 teams compete against each other at one time Ping pong style so each team forms a line at the baseline and each person can only hit one ball when it is their turn then the have to return to the back of their own line Only allowed to hit in the singles court If the ball goes out or into the net. 9 players per team All J1s and J2s except the Tennis Team members Game 1: General tennis rules for doubles First to 3 games (no deuce. they run over to the “king’s” side while the other challengers count down from 5 to 1 Dethroned “king” joins the line as challengers . both feet have to be inside jail) The jailed person can escape by returning a shot but both legs have to be in jail still The team loses if all players end up in jail Game 3: All 5 houses play on one court together One pair will be starting off as “king” while the other four pairs are challenges at the other end of the court Objective is to be king as only king can obtain points for their house Challenger will serve (underhand serve) and has to win two straight points in order to take over as the new “king” If the challenger wins. the person who lost the point has to go in “jail”(jail is the doubles alley of the court.Tennis DESCRIPTION TEAM REQUIREMENTS 1 team per house.
. Each game consists of three sets and the best of three wins (i. (Winning 2-0 is higher than winning 2-1). Substitutes can sub the players on court at any time with the permission of the referee and before each rally starts. The last set is played until 15 points and is only played if there is a draw after the first two sets. If there are still teams that draw. The number of sets won and the points won in each set is recorded. they teams will be ranked according to the total score of the points for all sets.Volleyball TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION Each house 1 team of 6-10 players 5 players will be on court at any given time and the rest are substitutes. Teams are ranked according to the number of matches they win. Teams that win the same number of sets will be ranked according to the number of sets that they win.e. 2/3 sets won) The first and second set is played until 17 points.
pulling and swimming over opponents are allowed (regardless of whether he/she has possession of the ball). one player from each team swims towards the center where the referee has thrown the ball. When a goal is scored. School team water polo players are not allowed to take part in the event. All players are to abide by the referee’s decisions throughout the game. The aim of the game would be to score as many goals into the opponent team’s goalpost. Maximum of 2 teams per house. The ball must remain above the water surface at all times if not there will be a change of possession.Water Polo TEAM REQUIREMENTS Participants need to have at least a bronze National Survival Swimming Award (NASSA) Certificate or equivalent proficiency in swimming (Photocopy of certificate to be requested for upon sign up) A maximum of 1 school team swimmer is allowed per team. No tackling. In possession of the ball. players can only swim with the ball or pass the ball at the very spot that he/she caught it. each team consisting of 7 people (6 active players & 1 goalkeeper). run and swim if they do not have possession of the ball. To start the game. blocking. All players are allowed to use both hands to catch and pass but only one hand to shoot and score. players line up along the goal line. Players are allowed to walk. Violation of these guidelines will lead to a foul. resulting in a free throw for the opponent team. DESCRIPTION . possession of the ball will then go to the goalkeeper of the team who let the goal in. The faster team now has possession of the ball. Referees have the final say in game decisions. There should be a minimum of 2 female players per team. At a signal from the referee.
Events: 100m. Javelin. 4 boys 4 girls. Long Jump.Track & Field TEAM REQUIREMENTS Events 100m 200m No. 4 boys General format of the game : Elimination All short dist track events (heats) will be held on day 1 (except juggernaut and relays) and finals (top 8) will be held on day 2. 4 boys 4 girls. 800m. 4 boys 4 girls. 4x100m. 4 boys 1 team of 4 girls. Middle dist events (800m. 1500m) will be straight finals on day 1. 1 team of 4 boys 1 team of 4 girls. 1500m. 1 team of 4 boys 4 girls. 4 boys 4 girls. 400m. 4x400m. 4 boys 400m 800m (girls) 1500m (boys 4x100m relay 4x400m relay 8 x 60m Juggernaut Long jump Javelin 4 girls. 200m. 6x80m Juggernaut DESCRIPTION . 4 boys 4 girls. of people each house can send 4 girls.
The aim of the game is to make the opponent fall out of the “standing ground” into the water. however the only tool /weapon available is a sponge straw. both in their individual allocated “standing ground”. 2 teams per house (1 team girls.Swimming (Floating Gladiators) TEAM REQUIREMENTS 4 people per team. 1 team boys) Floating Gladiators Two players stand on a floating platform in the middle of swimming pool. DESCRIPTION .
Netball TEAM REQUIREMENTS 1 teams per house 12 players per team (minimum of 3 per gender) DESCRIPTION Normal netball every ball into the net will be 1 point win : 3 points draw : 2 points lose : 1 point .
top hoop is worth 3 points. 3. 6. Upon scoring one point. If intercepted or the pass fails. At the end of each field there will be a goalpost placed with 3 hoops. Scoring system: A disc has to fly through the hoops. (6 onfield at each time. Teams can start passing the disc up the field. side hoops is worth 1 point. turnover to team on defense and they start at where the disc went out of bounds 4. 5. that can be subbed in after each point) 1. with 2 reserves. one on each side and one attached to the top of the goal. defense can immediately pick up the disc and start going on offense from the offense zone. (disc drops on floor) it is a turnover to the team on defense. DESCRIPTION .Frisbee TEAM REQUIREMENTS 2 teams per house (one girls team and one boys team) Each team to comprise 8 participants. Offence team tart from defending baseline 2. If the disc goes out of bounds.
In other words. A goal may be scored from any throw (freethrow. goal-throw). Throw-off is repeated after every goal scored (to the team that let in the goal) and after half-time. 1 min break between each half Passive Play: It is illegal to keep the ball in a team's possession without making a recognizable attempt to attack and to try to score. The court is larger than a basketball court. Playing The Ball A player is allowed . throw-off. Each team must be in its own half of the court with the defense 3 meters away from the ball. No one except the goalie is allowed to stand in the goal area. . but the length may be shortened when space is limited. Players may jump into the area if the ball is released before landing in the area. or 6-meter line (19' 8"). The goal opening is 2 meters by 3 meters. throw-in. Scoring: A goal is scored when the entire ball crosses the goal line inside the goal. The goal area line. is the most important line. -To run with the ball for 3 steps -To hold the ball for 3 seconds -Unlimited dribble with 3 steps allowed before and after dribbling (no double-dribble). . the ball is passed from center court to a teammate and play begins. Throw-Off: A throw-off is taken by the team that wins the coin toss and chooses to start the game with the ball.Softball (Handball) TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION 1 team per house. . a team cannot stall (free-throw awarded to the other team). Following a whistle. 10 players each (minimum 3 girls) The Playing Court: The court measures 20 meters (65' 7") by 40 meters (131' 3"). Duration of the Game: 2 half(7 mins each).
The other team will be the 'keys' who will have to try to break the 'lock' and pull opponent members out of their home base.Judo TEAM REQUIREMENTS 5 players a team.e. The teams will be split into male and female teams i. and 2 teams per house. 2 male and 2 female teams per house DESCRIPTION One team will be the 'lock' where they sit and huddle together. positioned in their home base. linked up. .
Males and females will be competing in a separate DE. épée) 1st round of competition involves 4 poules (round-robin format). Participants will be taught o Rules of the game o Basics of how to fence épée (footwork. 2 male poules and 2 female poules. bladework. Each poule will include a total of 5 fencers. body wire. .Fencing TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION 1 team per house. glove. 2nd round of competition will involve the top 8 fencers from 1st round (top 2 from each poule based on the number of bouts won) to compete in a direct elimination (DE) stage.) o How to suit up (Breeches. scoring etc. 4 players per team (2 guys. plastron. chest protector. 1 from each house. jacket. 4 males & 4 females. 2 girls) Participants to fence épée (1 of the 3 weapons in fencing) – refer to rules on how épée is fenced Raffles fencers will conduct a short coaching session for the participants in their respective houses. mask.
iii. . vi. In case of a two way tie. iv.Basketball TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION i. we will look into the result of the match between the two teams that are involved in a tie. v. In case of a three way tie. Each house can only send one team Each team can have up to 10 players Normal Bball 5 against 5 full court match Each house will have a chance to play against all the other houses Points will be awarded accordingly to the result of the game (win. draw) Team with the highest overall score after the round robin wins the Competition. ii. lose. The winner of that game wins. point difference will be taken into account to rank the three teams.
Each team will then play one game against each of the opposing teams in its league. Each team shall consist of three members. and 20 games in total (from both leagues) during the preliminary rounds. adding up to 10 games per league.IHC FIFA TEAM REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION Each house will send in two teams (one consisting of J1s and the other consisting of J2s). 10 teams in total will be split into two leagues with five teams each. and battle it out to decide the final winner. the top two teams from each league (based on points) will proceed to the semi-finals. where by they will be seeded against each other (1st from League 1 will play 2nd of League 2 etc). The five J1 teams will play in one league and the other five J2 teams will play in the other. followed by the semi-finals and finals. . The winners of each respective semi-final will then proceed to the final. General format for the game will be a league-style tournament. Then.
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