Rev 4s Fall 2022 - WEEK 12 (C+D ONLY AT GORDON HEAD)

December 7, 2022




Please ensure that your team arrives to the gym ahead of the scheduled play time to check-in and warm-up. Please pay close attention to your gym time and location as these will change on a weekly basis.

Feel free to help our staff set up to help everyone get as much playing time as possible :)

Note about pools:
We do our best to rank teams based on previous experience/results in our Reverse 4s league and the limited information provided to us by Saanich. If you are in a pool that is lower than your team's skill level, please have some patience and take it as an opportunity to get back into the swing of Reverse 4s. You will get to where you need to be within a couple of weeks and it's a long season! For the first two weeks, two teams will move up and two teams will move down. We are now into our final movement rules!

A Pool - 5th Place moves down.
B Pool - 1st Place moves up and 5th place moves down.
C Pool - 1st Place moves up and 5th place moves down.
D Pool - 1st place moves up.

C Pool

Location: Gordon Head Middle School
Timeslot: 6:30-8:30pm

  1. Nick's Team
  2. Cayce's Team
  3. Victoria's Team
  4. Scott's Team
  5. Marlie's Team

D Pool

Location: Gordon Head Middle School
Timeslot: 8:30-10:30pm

  1. Alex C's Team
  2. Ryan's Team
  3. Dave's Team
  4. Haley's Team
  5. Becca's Team

League Rules

In addition to standard court volleyball rules, the following rules apply to Reverse 4s:

  1. Men must attack from behind the attack/3 meter line.
  2. Men may only block against men.
  3. No open-handed tips (roll shots, “pokeys”, etc. are allowed)
  4. No setting the ball across the net.
  5. For men, the VB must cross one line, besides the net, if one is inside the 3 meter line (no inside to inside play)
  6. Males are allowed to attack overbump passes from within the attack line area, if they occurred on the first or second contact by the opposing team.
  7. Any discrepancies, just re-serve.
  8. Call out the score prior to each serve.

    Ceiling/Roof Play Rule:
    If the ball contacts the ceiling in the playing area and within your own side of the court, it remains in play.  If the ball contacts the ceiling out of bounds or ends on the opponent’s side of play, it is considered out of bounds/loss of point.

    *This rule does not include the basketball hoops above the court of play. Contact with the basketball hoops above the court of play is a dead ball.